2. Keep up your old habits: Walking times, feeding times, etc. Make sure to keep on their old schedule. Dogs have inner clocks, just like we do.
4. Bring familiar smells and scents, especially socks and shirts you have worn. Laying them out on your dog's bed will help comfort some of the distress of moving. Remember, the house will smell brand new to your pet. It will take a while for it to be "their" territory again.
5. If your yard is fenced in you might think about installing a dog door. This way your dog has free rein of exploring their new domain.
6. If you have hardwood floors you might want to lay down a carpet runner by the front and back doors. Dogs can get excited to greet you and slide on the wood. This can lead to hip dysplasia and fractured bones.
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