Remember that sinking feeling when you realize your pet, child, wife or parent is missing from your site? Even if it’s just for a few minutes, the worst images flash through your mind. Now imagine that your missing someone is in a new city, house or neighborhood. In these instances, a tracking item would instantly solve this problem.
In the age of technology, there are many tracking products with GPS capabilities that can instantly connect your smartphone to your most important possessions.
No matter how well you plan your move, there’s always something that seems to get away. We hope those “things” aren’t your pets. The commotion of moving – favorite chairs packed away, hiding places under the bed suddenly missing, strange people being in the house – add stress not only to your life but to your furry family’s.
“Atlas was a great cat,” said Liz K., now of Charlotte. “He wasn’t one of those high-maintenance cats you had to be really careful ...
There is so much to think about when moving. The packing, cleaning, tying up loose ends and just making sure everyone and everything get safely to the new place in a timely fashion. But what about your family pets? For dogs and cats, time and planning is necessary to ensure a comfortable transition for these ever precious family members.
One of the first things to think about is getting your pet chipped before the move. If they do get loose, the chip ...