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Old 02-25-2017, 07:25 PM   #1
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Well we have tried just about everything for our small dog when traveling.
She gets stressed out and pants and stairs at the arm rest, we have don Benadryl, calm down pills calm down liquid the pills the vet sold us which seem to strong for her , bought the Thunder wrap with a pill and other vudo pills. but no good results, has anyone out there got any suggestions?
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Old 02-25-2017, 07:33 PM   #2
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I wish I had the answer, but I don't, so I will be following this thread hoping someone will have some suggestions. We have a BIG dog, Lab mix, about 85 pounds. She starts panting within a few minutes of our towing and never stops until we set up camp. She has traveled all over the United States and we have learned to live with it. She rides in the back seat of our pickup and does great after we stop. The panting does not seem to do any harm, but it is not pleasant for us. It's been almost 10 years and, as I remember, she did not do this at first but once it started it has not stopped. We've tried all the things you mentioned without any effect
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Old 02-26-2017, 05:55 AM   #3
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Maybe you could do as we did and find it a good home with someone else. We refused to let that situation ruin our retirement.
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Old 02-26-2017, 09:39 AM   #4
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I don't think I could do that, leaving her with another for a extended period would be stressful for me and the wife along with our dog. If I was in a pinch I could take her to the Breeder where we bought her, or my sister, but that's only in a extreme reason.
I did take the responsibility of having a pet and its problems, this is one that I have to solve, with a bit of brain storming on the forum also.
but thanks for your suggestion.
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Old 03-03-2017, 06:56 PM   #5
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We have 2 dogs and 1 of them gets antsy when we get in the truck. We just try to make it as much like home as possible. I bring their bed from home and put it in the truck. Our 2 are crate trained and as long as they have their crate, they seem to be happy campers.
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Old 03-03-2017, 09:21 PM   #6
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Put in a crate with toys and favorite blanket or towel.
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ive done all that too
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Old 04-06-2017, 11:22 PM   #8
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Have you tried putting some kibbles in a empty plastic water bottle when he/she gets antsy? Or, you can buy these treat holders to keep it occupied and distract for a while. Also, having the window cracked a little lets it poke it nose out and smell the air. Anything to distract the dog helps. Hope it helps your situation.
What type of dog do you have and how old??
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Old 04-07-2017, 07:33 AM   #9
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I'm with mike117, use a crate and their favorite blanky. The DW and I travel with 2 English Springer Spaniels, the go everywhere with us and they are always in their crates. Their crates are their safe space, no crayons or playdough though.
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Old 07-29-2017, 12:04 PM   #10
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I don't think I could do that, leaving her with another for a extended period would be stressful for me and the wife along with our dog. If I was in a pinch I could take her to the Breeder where we bought her, or my sister, but that's only in a extreme reason.
I did take the responsibility of having a pet and its problems, this is one that I have to solve, with a bit of brain storming on the forum also.
but thanks for your suggestion.
Good to hear there are other responsible pet owners that understand that when you adopt an animal, you are accepting responsibility for all the good, and bad things that come with it. All our vacations now revolve exclusively around the RV as we choose not to board our 3 shih tzus. We dont go anywhere overnight without them.
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Old 07-29-2017, 02:13 PM   #11
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We have a PBGV and have never spent the night without him. A PBGV is a delightful little hound always fun, never met a stranger and got a head hard as a rock. You NEVER turn them lose. They will put their nose on the ground, see ya, maybe.
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Old 07-29-2017, 05:47 PM   #12
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We put a pillow on the center console and let him lay on it between us. He started off pretty bad but has calmed down considerably after a few trips.
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My DW holds a full sized pillow in her lap and our little critter lays on it from start to stop. lets us know if she needs a potty stop. Best little traveler you could ask for. Multi-Poo. Will not ride in back seat!
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My old Yorkie starts panting and can't quit sometimes, I hate drugging her.

I have found though I can soak her with a bottle of water and cool her down and she will most times immediately quit and go right to sleep.
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My daughter has a Boston Terrier that is on trazadone daily and Xanax when traveling.
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