Rescue, ME

Jul 3, 2013

It's no secret.


Every time the dogs are in the car, they vomit - ALOT


When we even get near our cars to leave, they immediately start to freak out.  Our vet recommended Benadryl*. It took the edge off, kinda. But still they still puked. Alot.


Thankfully, when I reached out to Rescue Remedy for help, they sent reinforcements.  And seriously adorable collars for each pup


Add a few drops to their water, a snack, and/or rub on their nose and ears?  Check, check, double check


To be safe in a shameless effort not to scrub puke from our car interior, we waited about 30 minutes until departure time


Plenty of time to try on their new collars


And work on a few obedience commands have a photo shoot


Don't let those sweet faces fool you, they are way less precious when they projectile vomit all over you. And your car #etruehollywoodstory


Verdict? Anxiety is lessened (Miles voluntarily gets in the car now), and in 2 out of 4 trials, each dog did not get sick for the entire ride (20-30 minutes in length) at least once.  Which is HUGE.

Dear Rescue Remedy, our cars and nostrils thank you. #pukesmellishardtoremove

On my last trip to Whole Foods and Walgreens I saw they actually have an entire line of products, for humans (even horses!) covering various ailments as a natural remedy. And you can test them out/smell in the store #ilovesampling 

Would I recommend Rescue Remedy? Absolutely.  Both dogs willing took the drops be it plain, on treats or rubbed onto ears/nose. Plus it is non sedative which really makes me feel good about administering to my fur babies.


Have you ever tried any natural remedies? If so, what?

*We gave our dogs Benadryl under the advice of our vet.  Please consult your vet before trying this on your pet.

**Rescue Remedy provided me with the product above to test out, and review on my blog.  All the opinions and observations of my dogs using this product, are my own.  


Pin It

Email me

No comments:

Post a Comment

 
site design by designer blogs