With summer here and holidays planned with their pets, all too often motion sickness can make, even a short trip, stressful for both your pet and you. Find out what you can do to help.
What are the typical signs of travel sickness?
Some typical signs of dog travel sickness include; restlessness, panting, whining, excessive drooling, yawning, vomiting and listlessness. Generally dogs will outgrow motion sickness but some dogs won’t and may need assistance to make their journey less distressing.
Dog Travel Sickness - How to Stay Calm when Travelling
For those dogs and cats who find it is the motion of the car which upsets their tummies even though they are not anxious, Dorwest - Digestive supplement is ideal if given two hours before travelling to settle and soothe the stomach. This supplement, for dogs and cats, contains ginger and valerian to calm the digestive tract, rhubarb and peppermint to aid digestion and soothing and comforting slippery elm.
Dorwest Digestive Supplement 100 tablets £9.30 and 200 tablets £16.20
Often a common cause of motion sickness in pets can be anxiety, apprehension or even excitability rather than the effects of car motion, especially if your pet isn’t used to car rides. If your pet needs a little more support to make their journey less stressful, then consider the following supplements to aid relaxation:
Dorwest - Scullcap & Valerian 100 tablets £11.20, 200 tablets £19.60 500 tablets £40.30
Dorwest - Organic Valerian Compound 30 ml £10.70 and 100ml £24.90
Hilton Herbs - Tranquility Powder – 60g £8.80 & 125g £16.75
Diet’Dog – Stress Relief Paste (15 ml) - £11.99
Healthful Pets Capsules (50) £21.99
200ml Spray - £16.50
15ml Mini-spray - £6
Diffuser - £18
All 3 Pet Remedy items for the special price of £34
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