Comments on Natural Aids for Motion Sickness

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Pamela Porosky   Calgary, International

3/27/2013 10:55:03 AM

My favourite aromatherapy recipe for my dogs is a drop each of peppermint and ginger essential oils on a cotton ball, which I then stick into the vent. It helps all of us! I also find the Through a Dog's Ear Driving Edition CD helps for dogs who get car sick because of

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Audrey   marcellus, NY

12/27/2010 1:03:52 PM

This was awesome. My dog gets carsick all the time, even on short, fifteen minute trips. I'm definitely going to try some of these methods. Also, having a bowl of water in the car helps.

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Cynthia for Penny   Ann Arbor, MI

5/20/2009 5:05:37 AM

I like to go a more natural approach with treatments and also understand the dynamics of the problem. This article was very informative in both areas.

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Inis   denver, CO

4/26/2009 12:00:33 PM

very helpful, thank you

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Vincent   North Las vegas, NV

12/6/2008 10:29:38 AM

this is awesome


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andrea   hendersonville, NC

11/4/2008 5:01:41 PM

Kathy Santo's Ease the Quease is AWESOME and I suggest it to all car sick dogs.

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nathan   somewherein, OH

6/21/2008 8:41:03 AM


John 3:16

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Phyllis   Norristown, PA

5/30/2008 4:59:49 PM

If I can give my 9 mo. old Maltese GINGER for her constant car sickness - Please tell me when to give it to her (how far in advance) and exactly how much - she weighs about 8&1/2 lbs. I bought a sedative medicine at Pet Smart - BUT returned it because the dosage said for ADULT dogs.......

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11/18/2007 4:13:00 PM

very interesting for me will try,when cocoa goes in the car shakes so bad and pantsthat he looses his bowels.i do hope this helps THANKS

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