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6 x 4 drops spread over the day or extra drops during hard times.
You can put the drops in their food or drinking water, or put it on something good or rub it on their nose
Dog travel sickness appears quite frequently. Most of the time, it originates at a young age because the dog’s ears aren’t fully developed until they’re a little older.
This causes the vestibular system to become ‘out of balance’. The dog feels unbalanced during the car ride and then becomes concerned when he can’t handle the situation well. The dog gets carsick or panics.
A disturbance of the vestibular system is more of a physical problem. However, Bach flowers helps with carsickness in dogs because the dog’s emotions will determine how the dog deals with this crisis.
If your dog has never been in a car before, then he will get startled when he becomes unbalanced. Because your dog is out of balance, he can become nauseous or panic. Bach flowers mix 105 will help your dog to remain calm and not to panic.
If you rarely transport your dog in the car, then your dog won’t be used to it. Such an event can be terrifying for your dog, because he doesn’t know the situation. There can also be a lot of noise whilst on the road, which is hard to stand for your dog. Bach flowers mix 105 helps your dog beat the fear of the unknown and feel at ease.
If your dog’s been carsick during previous car rides, then he/she will equate car rides with being sick. Also, if your dog was in an accident before, this can influence his travel sickness. Bach flowers mix 105 helps your dog to conquer the trauma.
A dog in the car can become disorientated because of the influence on its vestibular system. He/she gets confused, tense and stressed out. Bach flowers mix 105 helps your dog deal with the situation better, so he/she doesn’t get stressed.
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