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Many thanks so much for the idea on how to get my dog to come quickly to me. After merely a day of training h-e now comes immediately irrespective of where I am. I am positively the Alpha Dog around here.

I do have another problem. H-e often gets car sick. Yes, I've not fed him and take-n him o-n short visits. But he always gets sick. When I get out of the car to even just have the mail he also hyperventilates. Uncertain how to proceed.

Thanks,

Patrick

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Listed here are three things it is possible to do to correct car sickness:

#1: Start feeding your pet meal, while in the car... Although it is left in your drive way, using the engine off. Once you have done this for a week, start doing it with the motor on. For the first couple of days, he might determine that he does not want to eat. Too bad. His food travel will win out over his irrational fear of the car. From the next week, I want one to place him in the car, drive the car to the end of the street and straight back, then park and give him dinner. Slowly extend the visits, and then you are moving through the steps too soon, if he starts getting sick again.

#2: Supplement # 1 by playing games with your dog, involving the car. Play bring, with the car door open. Throw the ball in the car, allow the puppy hop in, have the ball, and hop out. While you begin to see the dog slowly start to relax, do it with the motor on. Soon you'll manage to just take him for a brief drive to the park, where you'll then reward him with plenty of play and fun.

#3: With a few dogs, simply using them on an all day long road trip can break them of the fear. They'll provide and pressure for the initial half of the afternoon, but by-the 2nd half, they start to acclimate. Take plenty of breaks at pit stops and take your dog out and play with him. Soon he will relate that the vehicle represents a precursor to play and fun.

That is all for the time being, folks!

Adam.
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