Moving Update ( Questions you need to ask before you move with your dog )
It’s been a week since moving into the new place, and I am so happy we took the leap and did it. All of our neighbors are kind and respectful, and it’s been dog heaven for Lilly making new friends and dog walks to the dog park that is right down the street. Lilly loves taking walks around here, and she seems to be a lot calmer and more relaxed on them. It makes such a difference in her behaviour in a dog friendly neighborhood, not only making her happy but me as well, and not to worry about her getting ahold of something in her own backyard, the safety issues that we had to deal with at the other house, is not an issue whatsoever here, Before taking the steps in finding a place, I made a list of all the questions to ask, so I could find the perfect neighborhood to move me and my dog into, here are some “Questions you need to ask before you move with your dog“;
- How safe is the neighborhood – Most of the time you can gather this as easy as just searching the crime rate online in the area or driving around scoping out the area to see if there is a neighborhood watch or a bunch of security system signs in yards research your area before taking anything further.
- Pet-friendly – You can find this out by just scoping out to see if there are many people walking their dogs or by asking the neighbors around you, another way you can tell is if there is a dog park or dog amenities in your area.
Another idea to keep you and your dog safe
- Read up on local dog laws, for example, some areas require you to keep your dog on a leash or you could be fined, and in some areas, it’s illegal to own certain dog breeds.
- Introduce your dog to your neighbors and let them know there not aggressive. Lilly just not one of her neighbors today and gave her a bunch of kisses, ( Lilly is known for her sloppy kisses. )
- Pick up after your dog! Nothing drives me more nuts. than when dog owners don’t pick up their dog’s poop, so make sure when you take your pooch out for a walk to bring a poop bag or a pooper scooper.
- When leaving your dog home to make sure they aren’t crying or whining as soon as you close the door if so you might want to hire a dog trainer to work with your dog’s separation anxiety.
Once you find a new neighborhood that is safe for you and your dog have fun and get your dog used to their new area.
Some New Pictures Of New House