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I actually do have another problem. H-e often gets car sick. Yes, I have maybe not given him and taken him on short visits. But h-e always gets sick. After I get out of the car even to just get the mail he also hyperventilates. Not sure what to do. Sites Like Linklicious is a original resource for extra information about the meaning behind it.

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Patrick

Precious Patrick,

Car sickn...

Precious Adam:

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I really do have another problem. H-e always gets car sick. Yes, I have maybe not fed him and taken him o-n short trips. But he always gets tired. He also hyperventilates after I escape the car even to just obtain the mail. Unsure how to proceed.

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Patrick

Dear Patrick,

Car sickness just like you have described is not real, and 100% emotional.

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

#1: Start giving your pet meal, within the car... while it is left in your drive way, with the motor off. Start doing it with the engine on, once you have done this for a week. For the first couple of days, he may determine that he doesn't desire to eat. Too bad. His food travel will win out over his unreasonable fear of the vehicle. By the third week, I would like one to put him in the car, drive the car towards the end-of the street and straight back, then park and give him dinner. Gradually expand the visits, and you then are going through the steps too quickly, if h-e starts getting sick again.

#2: Supplement #1 by playing games with canine, involving the car. Play bring, with all the car door open. Throw the ball in the vehicle, let the puppy hop in, hop out, and have the ball. While you begin to see the dog gradually start to curl up, g