Moving House – How to care for us doggies

Moving homes is exciting but stressful at the same time and it is pretty much the same for pets as well. Pets can easily get nervous or anxious during the moving period. Taylors Relocations offers this easy-to digest guide can help you to ensure that bringing your furry friend along for the ride is less stressful for everyone.

How to decrease stress and anxiety for your pets when moving house

How to decrease stress and anxiety for your pets when moving house

 

KoKo and Digby at sleep time

Yes I am awake

                    Yes I am awake

I am almost asleep

                      I am almost asleep

Digby grumpy at being woken

               Digby grumpy at being woken

 

Digby Ready to sleep

             Digby Ready to sleep   

 

 

 

We are both naughty dogs sometimes. Here we are when Mum Helen has caught us going to sleep on her bed. It is not that we don’t like our beds, it is just that hers is more cosy! KoKo and Digby.

KoKo and Digby playing at Rosalie Park Subiaco

I’m finding it’s fun to have a mate at the park. Digby and I play “stealing the toy from each other”. I am a nice friend so I let him win most of the time  (he is also younger and more sprightly than me!) Woofs from KoKo

I've got the toy this time

               I’ve got the toy this time

Digby and KoKo at Rosalie Park

Digby and KoKo at Rosalie Park

Digby and KoKo at Rosalie Park

            Digby and KoKo at Rosalie Park

Digby Happy with himself

           Digby Happy with himself

We look like Double Trouble!

             Looking like Double Trouble as we run to                                         food!