is an exciting process, especially if you have found
your dream home, but it can also be exhausting.
the utility providers,
out the big day, and
time off work…
list goes on and on.
if you are moving soon and you are currently living with
a blind dog then it's possible that you may not have
planned the whole process out for your pooch, too. After
all, moving is a big change for a dog that can see, let
alone one that is blind.
first thing to remember when living with a blind dog and
moving is that your dog is flexible and can adjust
easily to a new home.
good news is, you can limit the stress that he or she
might feel in a significant way.
first step is to introduce your dog to your new home
soon after moving in.
furniture will already smell familiar and this scent
will provide your dog with some comfort, even if the
other scents around him or her are somewhat different.
you'll want to introduce your dog to the new home once
you have already arranged the furniture as you want it.
You want to be sure that your dog gets used to his new
environment correctly the first time.
also important that you not leave your dog at home on
his own for the first couple of days after you
with a blind dog, you don't normally need to take
special care but in this case, leaving him alone in a
new home could cause distress.
not to leave your dog alone for more than an hour or so
in the first couple of days after your move.
should give your pooch enough time to acclimate to your
new home as well as find a safe space to call his own,
not to mention give you peace of mind.
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