Does your dog miss out on fun times because he suffers from motion sickness? Some dogs are barely in the vehicle before the typical signs of motion sickness start: panting, drooling and then vomiting.
Sometimes car sickness can be caused by fear of being in a vehicle. This article from PetEducation.com suggests four methods of helping your dog overcome the fear of car rides.
If your dog still suffers with motion sickness, there is a nausea-controlling drug called Cerenia (maripotant citrate). Learn more about Cerenia with the following video by Dr. Scott McKay, one of our staff veterinarians here at Drs. Foster & Smith.
Talk to your veterinarian to see if Cerenia is right for your dog. Cerenia is available for purchase online at the Drs. Foster & Smith pet pharmacy.
View all the Drs. Foster & Smith videos about pet medications.