According to the site jedemenage.ca, on July 1, 18% of Montreal households will be put in capsules of salting urination, or more than 40,000 individuals or families will get their housing together.
Unfortunately, many of them will leave their partner without having to explore many existing options to avoid repercussions of this decision.
As part of the anniversary of Mondou with the SPCA in partnership with the SPCA pet shop aims to raise public awareness, offering several options to prevent a pet’s dismissal period.
Besides the fact that many owners do not receive animals, there can be different causes of desertion.
In order to avoid these, here are some tips and solutions to move the easiest way with your pet.
1. Consult the trainer for your pet
Most of your pet’s behavior problems can be solved with the help of a right trainer. Consult your veterinarian for advice, and ask yourself some questions about your training philosophy. Don’t be afraid to ask a teacher, you need to be comfortable with how he treats him. Be aware that trainers may also call cats, especially when they are young. Visit the SPCA website for more information.
2. Do some pension research
If you don’t have friends or family available to babysit Frimousse or Gustave on an emotional day, choose a one-day installment (book as soon as possible). The motion, arrival and exit of the motors and noises cause a lot of stress for your pet.
It is better to choose a pension or a veterinarian to avoid all of these. If you have one or more cats, it is important to seal them in a room with food, water, toys, and litter while climbing to the perimeter. First of all, don’t move your favorite car while you are moving!
3. Ask for a copy of your medical records
Don’t wait until the last minute copy of Pluto’s medical records from your veterinarians! You may also ask him to send you a copy of the file by e-mail to the new clinic that you found near your home.
4. Get motion sickness medicine
If you travel a long way to your new home, consider asking your veterinarian for a motion ailment treatment (for your favorite, of course not for you). Some animals can be very sensitive to the movement of your vehicle, and you may not want to add stress to their shoulders on D-Day.
5. Don’t change your routine
You need to establish trust and provide comfort for your animal’s arrival. You change the accommodation, but the experience should remain the same. He will be able to use these natural habits as a signal, so that he can keep up with your usual activities as much as possible to reduce the stress of a new adaptation.
* If you want to help unclog shelters, but you can’t do a long-term task with an animal, you can apply a family trap until the animal is adopted. For more information, click here.
For more tips and tricks to move more easily with your partner, and thus avoid a resignation, visit the Mondou website or the SPCA website.