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I do have another problem. H-e often gets car sick. Yes, I have perhaps not given him and take-n him on short trips. But he always gets sick. He also hyperventilates when I get out of the car to even just have the mail. Not sure what to do.

Thanks,

Patrick

Expensive Patrick,

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I really do have another problem. H-e often gets car sick. Yes, I have perhaps not fed him and taken him o-n short visits. But h-e always gets sick. He also hyperventilates after I escape the car to even just have the mail. Uncertain what direction to go.

Thanks,

Patrick

Beloved Patrick,

Car sickness as you have described is not physical, and 100% psychological.

Here are three things you can do to fix car sickness:

#1: Start feeding your dog dinner, within the car... while it is left in your drive way, with the engine off. After you have done this for weekly, start doing it with the motor on. For your first few days, he may determine that he doesn't desire to eat. Too bad. His food travel will win out over his irrational anxiety about the car. By the next week, I would like you to place him in the car, drive the car to the end of the road and back, then park and feed him dinner. Slowly extend the visits, and if h-e begins getting sick again, then you definitely are moving through the steps too soon.

#2: Supplement number 1 by playing games with your dog, involving the car. Play fetch, together with the car door open. Toss the ball in the-car, allow the dog hop in, hop out, and have the ball. Take action with the motor on, while you see the dog gradually start to curl up. Soon you'll be able to simply take