ATLANTA MOVERS PROVIDE TIPS ON MOVING PETS ACROSS GEORGIA STATE LINES
At Buckhead movers, our Atlanta movers have seen virtually every type of situation that can arise during a move, so they are well versed on what it takes to complete a move successfully. When a move crosses state lines, there are extra considerations that must be taken. This is especially true if the client has pets. Here are some tips from our Atlanta movers on how to prepare your pets and records for an interstate move out of Georgia:
- Make sure your pets are up to date on their vaccines – different states have different laws regarding vaccinations. For example, in the state of Georgia, a dog is considered immunized against rabies 28 days after receiving the vaccine. You should check to see if the state you are moving to requires a similar waiting period.
- Check with the department of health in your new state of residence to see if they require an Official Certificate of Veterinary Inspection to be filled out by your previous veterinarian. This document verifies that the animal is free of diseases and has not ever been quarantined for rabies.
- If you are flying to your new state of residence, be sure to check with the airline to ensure that your pet meets all of their vaccination and health requirements.
Buckhead Movers has been in business since 1985 and has completed countless successful interstate moves for our clients. So you can trust our Atlanta movers to efficiently relocate your belongings across Georgia state lines, while you focus on making sure your pets get there happy and healthy. To learn more about the services provided by our Atlanta movers, contact Buckhead today.