This is how I did things when I had to move to this place.
I had a couple weeks to move in though, so I took advantage of it.
I ran out and bought an outdoor kennel and brought that here first, along with some of their beds, bedding blankets, food and water bowls.
The first time we came, we got out of the truck, and I leash walked them all over the property boundaries. Made sure thy did their pottying before we came into the house in case they decided to try and mark.
I then took them to their kennel and went in it with them on leash, gave them lots of cookies while we were in there.
After they settled down a bit, brought them into the house, it was brand new so no other dogs had lived or been in here befoe so no "other dog" smells at least.
They immedialtey ran to their beds and looked at me as if s to say, "how in the hell did our beds get here". We then proceded to go in and out both the front door and the back door until they settled down agian, then let them run dragging their leasehs in the house till they decided to take a nap from all the excitement. I alsofed them their dinner here everynight till we moved in ,so this was like another home for them .
I did this for the entire 2 weeks, every day, as I moved in our stuff little by little. We slept here for the first time on a Fri night, by then all our stuff was here and the dogs knew the place basically. On Sat got up, fed them and took more leash walks, then into their kennel they went while I left them for short amounts of time, (went in the house and peeked out the window at them)
On Sat afternoon, left them in the house for about 5 minutes, then came right back, Sat eve, left them in house, but drove the truck off the property for 5 minutes, then came back and had a silly party. On Sunday, left them several times, drove the truck away for longer increments. Took off work on Mon, stayed out for an hour in am, then 2 hours in p.m.
ON Tues had to go to work, but came home for lunch to check on them and take them for potty break, after that all was well.
(untill it was time to move the cats in)
I hope you can get some help out of story here.