There's a lot to think about and prepare for before you move animals from one place to another. That includes verifying your vehicle and trailer are in good working condition and your trailer is properly secured, ensuring the animals will be safe in the trailer, and confirming you've obtained and loaded any important documents. That's why we put together this checklist to help you prepare for a successful day on the road.
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