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How to Help Your Dog Deal with Car Sickness

As much as we love our furry companions, taking them on a car ride can be quite challenging, especially if your dog gets car sick. Just like humans, dogs can experience nausea and vomiting during a car ride. Car sickness can cause a lot of discomfort and can make traveling with your dog a dreadful experience. However, there are ways you can help your dog deal with car sickness. In this blog post, we'll discuss some tips on how to help your dog overcome car sickness.

1. Get Your Dog Used to the Car

Getting your dog accustomed to the car can help prevent car sickness. Start by getting your dog into the car without turning on the engine. Let your dog explore the car, and get comfortable with its surroundings. Next, turn on the engine, and let it run for a few minutes, so your dog gets used to the sound and vibrations. Repeat this process a few times until your dog gets comfortable with being in the car.

2. Feed Your Dog Before the Car Ride

Avoid feeding your dog a large meal before a car ride. Instead, feed your dog a light meal at least 2-3 hours before the car ride. This will give your dog's stomach enough time to digest the food before the car ride. Additionally, avoid giving your dog any treats or food during the car ride, as this can trigger car sickness.

3. Secure Your Dog

Keep your dog secure during the car ride. This can be done using a dog seat belt, crate, or carrier. Keeping your dog secure can help reduce motion sickness by minimizing movement and preventing your dog from being thrown around during sudden stops or turns.

4. Open the Windows

Providing fresh air by opening the windows can help reduce car sickness. Fresh air can help your dog feel less nauseous and reduce the chances of vomiting. However, avoid opening the windows too wide, as this can create too much wind and cause discomfort.

5. Use Medications

If your dog suffers from severe car sickness, you may need to consider using medication. There are different types of medications available, such as antihistamines and motion sickness pills. However, it's important to consult with your veterinarian before giving any medication to your dog.

6. Take Breaks

Taking frequent breaks during a long car ride can help your dog deal with car sickness. Stop at rest areas, and let your dog out to stretch its legs and take a short walk. This can help your dog get fresh air, and reduce motion sickness.

7. Use Calming Aids

Calming aids such as pheromone sprays or herbal supplements can help relax your dog and reduce anxiety during a car ride. These calming aids can help prevent motion sickness by keeping your dog calm and relaxed during the ride.


In conclusion, car sickness can be a difficult and uncomfortable experience for both you and your dog. However, by following these tips, you can help your dog overcome car sickness and enjoy car rides once again. Remember to consult with your veterinarian if your dog suffers from severe car sickness or if you have any concerns.