Does your dog suffer from motion sickness when in the car?
Bark in your ear or jump about, making it difficult to concentrate and being a dangerous distraction to the driver?
Or perhaps he isn’t keen about getting in at all?
Sharing the car with a poor passenger makes even the shortest trip stressful and miserable for everyone – but help is now at hand!
In this course you will find solutions for all these issues, plus advice on spotting the warning signs, products and therapies, how to make journeys more pleasant, and step-by-step travel training exercises.
If you have a dog who loves a ride in the car, you may take this simple joy for granted. For many dogs, however, traveling, and riding in the car specifically, can be a source or physical discomfort and mental anxiety.
Dog guardians who have an animal that struggles with car rides know how difficult and worrisome this issue can be.
In this course, author and behaviourist Toni Shelbourne, guides you through the why’s, how’s and possible solutions for helping your dogs find traveling in the car, a touch easier.
Please be sure to download the 23 page PDF booklet for ease of reference.
- The poor passenger
- Cause and effect
- Giving your dog a good ride
- Finding a solution
- Tellington TTouch: Bodywork & Body Wraps
- Tellington TTouch: Playground for Higher Learning
- Travel training
- Further reading & resources
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out.
For ease of writing dogs will mostly be referred to as he in this course.
Tutor/author Toni Shelbourne
All copyright remains with Toni Shelbourne & Karen Bush