Pet and Plants: How are They Best Moved Out?
If you think that after patching up everything with your moving out company, everything is all settled, think again! Apart from the household stuff that you packed and loaded to the box, you have to think about your house plants and pets as you will need to have this transferred to your new house.
In order to have the pets and plants effectively moved out, the following tips and techniques are suggested:
Never change the routine of your house pets until the day of the move out. Make sure that the pets are "enjoying" their daily activities. On the day of the actual move out, it would be best that you have them stayed at a friend's house. As for your plants, never put them in extreme condition. Plants do not live longer in too hot and too cold temperature. Make sure that the plants are placed on a mildly ventilated moving van. Like humans, plants do not like too windy conditions. Put tags on your pets as they may be lost somewhere. In order to secure your pets from getting lost or "kidnapped", give them their needed identification.
These are the helpful tips that you can use to ensure that you are moving out your pets and plants safely.