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23305 Commerce Drive
Farmington Hills, MI  48335 - USA



(313) 486-1239


(248) 615-4715


Tips on Moving with Pets

Tips on Moving with Pets
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Moving can be stressful for all members of your household, and that includes your pets. The good news is that no matter what kind of pet you have, the same preparations can help you get your home and pet ready for your big transition. The experts at University have helped families of all shapes and sizes make their next move.

University Moving and Storage offers a wide range of moving and storage services that can help make your next relocation easier on yourself and your family. We offer:


  • Residential moving from expert local movers
  • Household packing services, including help with art, heirlooms, electronics, or antiques
  • Residential storage, with secure units in our climate-controlled warehousing spaces
  • Installation and assembly services, debris removal, and more


A Smooth Transition for Your Pets

When you work with the moving and storage services at University, you’ll instantly remove some of the stress of relocating by working with our experts. That means you’ll have the ability to focus on what really matters: preparing for a smooth transition, and taking care of all the members of your household, including your pets.


  • Visit Your Vet - Before any move, you should visit your pet’s veterinarian and ask if there are any particular stressors that you should be aware of for the health and safety of your pet. Your vet may recommend medications or scheduling considerations that can make the relocation easier on your pet.
  • Keep Paperwork in Order - Bear in mind that, no matter whether you’re renting or purchasing your next home, moving with a pet means you should keep all of your pet’s paperwork in order. Ask your vet to help you document any immunizations that your pet has had. Make sure your licensing and other ownership paperwork is at hand. If you’re renting, you may need to provide documentation to your landlord; if you own your new home, you may need to provide documentation of breed, ownership, or immunizations to the homeowner’s association, city, or county.


Contact University Moving and Storage

Moving with a pet doesn’t have to be stressful for you or your pet. Working with the moving and storage services experts at University can help make your relocation easier and give you time to focus on the wellbeing of your pet, your family, and yourself. If you’re planning your next move, contact us online or call University today at (844) 366-0245 to get a quote for our cost-effective, high-quality services.

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