Allied Van Lines Helps Reduce Moving Stress on Pets; Provides Tips on Moving
Allied Van Lines and its agents - such as Coleman Allied, one of the largest Baltimore moving
companies and Houston moving companies - help families reduce the stress of moving on pets
with tips and guides on the best ways to relocate with animals. Allied's online Moving with Pets
tips cover the basics of moving your pets via car or airplane during relocation.
(Vocus) February 4, 2010 -- Allied Van Lines and its agents promote safe local, long distance and international
moving with pets via tips and guides on Allied's website.
Allied's website features a section titled, "Moving with Pets." The Moving with Pets section summarizes tips and
guidelines for moving pets, whether the animals are being transported in the car with the family, or flown to a
family's new home across the nation. Some tips include what to do to prepare the pets before the move, such as a
veterinarian examination, taking the pet on short trips to acclimate it to riding in a moving vehicle and helping the
pet get used to being in a kennel.
In addition to tips and guidelines for moving pets, Allied Van Lines also provides links to other resources that are
helpful during a move. These resources include links to websites covering pet care, pet hotel and travel and The
Independent Pet and Animal Transportation Association.
Moving with Pets covers the basics of relocating pets for long distance travel, whether by car or air. Moving can
be stressful on pets, so utilizing some or all of these tips can greatly reduce the anxiety and pressure put on pets
during relocation. Allied helps families and pets move, minus the stress associated with such an important
To read more tips about moving with pets, please visit
http://www.allied.com/moving-tips/moving-with-pets.aspx. For more information about Allied's nationwide
network of agents, please visit www.allied.com.
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