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  • Eva Woods
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    The safest way would be to have a grill/gate that separates you the driver from the dog. Even if your dog stays in the back most of the time you should still think about using a grill/gate to separate your dog. There are enough distracted drivers on the road. Your dog suddenly could jump/leap towards you causing an accident? Prevention is the best policy for everyone to be safe. We must do our part being responsible pet owners and I'm glad to see you on the right path. Thank you so much!

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    I agree with you. I think with pets we cant enjoy our journey properly.

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  • arethamorce
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    Hey guys have you ever tried cannabis as an alternative medicine for your sick dogs? I've heard that CBD Hemp is now a thing for dogs with arthritis, compromised immune systems, stress responses, aggression and digestive issues.Well they said it was pretty safe because of the low THC, CBD hemp won’t make your puppy high. I was reading some info here about CBD here in www.gyo.green/humboldt-seed-organisation-707-headband-hmb-707-f.html. I would very much appreciate any ideas and advice regarding on this issue on dogs using cannabis as an alternative herbal medicine. Thanks in advance to those who'll answer.

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  • Kenneth J. Burge
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    Treats are the favorite parts for any dog. And for that they would probably be doing what you need them to do. And thus, to get them on to the car for making your travelling experience into a better one would really be helpful for you. I just love the way mine jumps onto the back seat and enjoys each and every bit of the rid by looking out of the window and enjoys the wind coming towards her.
    I just love taking her outside whenever I get free time to spend with her.

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  • Tidy_Treverine
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    Our dog was shaking when she first rode in the car. Now she got used to it. She now transfers seats.

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    My dog got really sick when I started taking him on car rides but it got better! Now he really enjoys it!

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  • ElleHarries
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    I've have two puppies. They're adorable. Last week, we went to countryside together for the first time. They seem excited with this trip. At first, I was worried about this trip because I thought they might be get sick in the car but fortunately, they didn't. Great! I am planning to go on a holiday with a long journey next month. Hopefully, everything will be alright!

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  • greatjourneys
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    Originally posted by ekko92
    I have 1 dog and it was almost 20 years old I wanted to travel with its 1
    Your dog is too old to travel. Don't take it with you or else he will be very uncomfortable. Changed environment may be bad for his health. Let me know your location, I will suggest you close destination where you can go out with your dog. Check out my road map and travel guide from maps2anywhere.com which will help you plan your journey.

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  • greatjourneys
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    My dog don't really get sick in the car ride but he comes out to be very lazy after the 4 hour trip. It was only the last time when I was in France, my dog puked on the seat. So, now I have decided not to take him with me in any road trip. It is the only way to enjoy the journey, with oneself!

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  • admin
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    Most dogs' carsickness is due to anxiety. Try just sitting in the car without going anywhere several times. Offer lots of reassurance can make a difference.
    Susan

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  • nguyenngocanh
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    totally agree, my dog is always sick after having short ride from our house to my workplace.

    Originally posted by Dominic View Post
    Most dogs are car sick. Leena's trick can be used to travel with him in car. If you reward him after short riding he will be pleased.

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  • EmBorton
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    Our dog was quiet during the first car trip. He just sat down and made himself comfortable on the car floor.

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  • gamerlife
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    That must have been quite a ride, and I think the best way to get a dog in the car is either with a treat or a squicky toy.

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    Re: My new best friend and our first trip in the car...

    Most dogs are car sick. Leena's trick can be used to travel with him in car. If you reward him after short riding he will be pleased.

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  • Campbell
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    Originally posted by Leena View Post
    I'd suggest taking him for car rides when you're running short errands and give her a treat afterward as a reward for doing well on the ride. This way she won't associate car rides with a negative experience, such as going to the vet. I take my dog on rides whenever I can and he loves them. It was a different story when I first got him. He used to get car sick almost all the time and would foam at the mouth. I'm sure cars passing by thought I was transporting a rabid dog, but he just was so excited I think he would forget to swallow his saliva.
    Very good advice! (and visual description of your pup!)

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