Traveling by air or freight is very stressful and your cat or dog won’t understand what’s going on. Be sure that he is in good health and is young enough to weather the travel without complications that could make him or her ill. Talk to your veterinarian; he or she may be able to give your pet a prescription to relax him during the relocation. Most Toronto movers have heard about animals who suffered undue stress during a relocation flight, so give them a complete checkup before sending them overseas.
Consider Cultural Differences
Your black cat may be adorable, but there are some countries where a black cat is considered very bad luck. Be sure to do some research into whether your pet could be the target of suspicion or dislike in your new home. You’ll also need to talk to the consulate of the country you’re relocating to, as some breeds of pets aren’t allowed into some countries at all. A case in point is the American Pit Bull, which is banned in several countries.
Toronto Moving Companies Can Steer You Toward The Right Information
In most cases, the proper contact for finding out about international pet relocation is the Consulate, but you should also talk to Toronto movers in your area. They may be able to steer you toward additional companion animal relocation information that can help you determine whether relocating Fluffy or Rover is feasible or affordable. Simcoe Moving will be glad to help you find the answers to your international relocation questions; Call 1-877-810-1047 to get started.