Keep your pet’s environment consistent. Try not to move around furniture and other items in your home unless necessary, as your pet will have to work to learn the new placement of items.
Let your pet navigate themselves in their new surroundings, so they can make a mental map of the layout. Do not pick up your visually impaired pet in a new place, as this can be disorienting, confusing and sometimes upsetting for them.
To help your pet adapt to their new home, create a “home base” where they can have a resting place, food and water near each other. You can even use a crate or mat as a home base. If you ever feel like your visually impaired pet is getting confused or needs to be picked up, you can always place them back on their home base to help them reorient themselves.