Getting your dog used to the vehicle is key here. When your car is parked safely and there’s no risk to you or your pet, let your dog play in it. Maybe then feed it some treats there and take it on a short journey followed by a short walk. When traveling, make sure your dog is in a doggy seat belt. Some dogs like to look out of the window, but this can cause sickness in others. You could give calming pheromones – talk to our veterinary assistant to see if they may help your dog.
Written by Ron Spencer
Ronald Spencer is the owner of Walnut Pet Supplies Ltd established 1994 on Walnut Tree Farm. Three walnut trees still exist on land now used for dog training and puppy socialising.
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