Moving to Bunbury with your dog

By Kevin Kelly

If you are a dog owner, you'll need to plan your move to Bunbury with your four-legged friend in mind.

Moving with a pet involves additional planning and responsibility, but with a bit of organisation, you'll be able to make the transition as smooth as possible.

If you haven't already found the perfect property in Bunbury to call home, ask your real estate agent to help narrow down your search to houses with enclosed yards or properties that are located within walking distance of dog-friendly parks or off-leash areas.

The team at Ray White Bunbury can help you find pet-friendly accommodation that suits your lifestyle – all you need to do is ask!

Once you have decided to make the move, you'll also want to make sure you comply with local laws regarding pet registration.

In Bunbury, no more than two dogs can be kept in a single property – although exceptions can be approved at the discretion of the local council.

All dogs also must be registered and microchipped – you'll want to ensure your fees are up to date and your contact information is correct in case of an emergency.

As part of your moving plans, it is also a wise idea to update your pet's ID tags with your new address and phone number.

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