Whether it's across town or across the country, moving can be stressful for pets. Before you move, make sure you have your pet's vaccination records, and stock up on any necessary medications and specialty foods. Pack essentials such as a leash and food/water bowls somewhere that's easily accessible.
On moving day, keep your pet in a quiet room away from the action. Make sure your pet is safely transported in a large crate with plenty of ventilation. If you're worried about your pet's anxiety levels, ask your vet for an all-natural remedy to help him or her stay calm, especially if you have a long day of driving ahead of you.
When you arrive, make it a priority to update your pet's tags and/or microchip with your new address.