April, the month of holidays and long weekends is upon us so if you found yourself just hanging around over the Easter break hoping to be saved from boredom or you’re spinning up odds for something to do over the ANZAC long weekend, look no further. The holidays are a well-deserved time to rest your weary joints but while you are recuperating, spare a thought for your dog.
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Kids aren’t the only ones that can take a turn for the worst on a long drive. So you’ve found some great dog friendly places to go and you’re about to pack the pooch into the car but before you hit the road you should be aware that dogs can get car sick just like humans. In fact, as many as 1 in 4 dogs suffer from motion sickness but that’s no reason to leave your dog behind!
Dog travel sickness (or motion sickness) can make even a quick trip up the street a stressful experience for both you and your dog. Watch to learn tips on how to conquer your dog's nausea and make traveling a tail-wagging adventure again.