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Mandy   Decatur, GA

4/4/2010 9:43:07 AM


My chocolate lab gets car sick after a few minutes ride. I heard very good things about the antistatic straps. Where can I order



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Phillis   Chatam, MA

12/8/2009 9:23:19 PM

Over 20 years ago I had a large, very carsick dog. A friend of mine introduced me to the static strap, a necessity for him as he traveled so much with show


For the past 2 weeks I have been searching for another one - to no a - until I found you. I am thrilled, for now I shall have the freedom of being able to travel with my new puppy and not have to leave him

I highly recommend the Mizter anti static strap to anyone and everyone who has the misfortune of having a carsick dog. Ii transforms the lives of both owner and dog to happy one

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Cathy   Morgan Hill, CA

10/28/2009 4:14:36 PM

My dog loves to ride in the car and is never nervious but he still gets sick. We live up on a Mountain so I think the turns are what bother him. He sometimes makes it all the way down but never makes it back up the hill. Do you have any suggestions. He is a small Jack
Thanks Much

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John-Henry   Reston, VA

3/11/2009 1:40:20 PM

Another tip is to use an anxiety garment such as the DogLeggs Surgi-Sox Torso. It is well known that placing a close fitting garment on most nervous or anxious dog calms them down, similar to swaddling an infant. One of the explanations of this effect is that dogs do not have a sense of their body boundaries and placing an anxiety garment on the dog helps them to "know their edges" and can help prevent car sickness.

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Dolores   Pontiac, MI

2/3/2009 11:19:55 PM

good advice I like the first tip. What I find that as long as my dog can see me then he is fine, I discovered that one day I decided to let the back seat down. But not all the time, I will give tip 1 a try thanks alot


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