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#1 Mamma Mia

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Posted 23 February 2004 - 05:40 PM

My little "boy" has developed car sickness!!!

Angus is the cutest & cheekiest four month old maltese that there is. The thing is that driving in a car has never bothered him until Saturday when we had a very LONG trip that should have only taken 2 hours! And then we had the same problem bringing him home on Sunday!

This was not much fun for all involved as everytime Angus would go - so would I - stupid all-day sickness!

Is there anything that you can do for this? I don't want to leave him home by himself for a weekend - I would feel so mean..


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Posted 23 February 2004 - 07:07 PM

I had the same problem with one of mine.

The vet gave us a sedative (ACP I think) that just relaxed her enough that she didn't get sick. Might be worth having a chat to the vet about it. We found after a few goes she didn't need them anymore.
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Posted 24 February 2004 - 05:59 AM

I'm sure that I've heard about travel sickness tablets that you can get for pets. Definitely ask your vet about this.....

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