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Herbal Solutions

Sailors Secret : Natural Premium Ginger capsules that reduce the symptoms due to car or motion sickness for you dog or cat. (36 capsules). $ 9.95

Motion Eaze: Motion Eaze uses natural oils applied behind your pets ear to relieve the symptoms of motion sickness for your cat or dog. (40 applications). $14.99


Drug Free Remedies for Animals / Pets that get Motion or Car Sick

Let's get right to the point.  You landed on our web site because you or someone you know has an animal or pet that is dealing with motion sickness or car sickness and looking for some relief.  So how can we help?       

We have collected the most popular over the counter DRUG FREE solutions to relieve the symptoms related to motion sickness. The products listed below are all natural and can be used on animals.  Sea Sik is an homeopathic spray that is applied under the animal's tongue.  Sea Sik is very easy to apply to animals.   Our Herbal solutions are both based on ginger and other herbal blends in a pill form. Both types of products are very effective drug free solution to reduce or eliminate car or motion sickness.  Just select the one that's most comfortable for you to apply. 

Many young dogs suffer from car sickness, some outgrow it and some don't.  There are a couple of solutions listed to the right.  All of these solutions are drug free and have no known side effects.  The easiest to use is the Sea Sik which is a spray you administer in the dog's mouth.  The Motion Eaze is an oil that is placed behind the ear.  Both products are effective and easy to use.  One the Move and the Sailors Secret are great products made of natural herbs.  The main ingredient is ginger.

Here are some tips to use when traveling with your pet.



No food 3 hours prior to traveling


Make sure your pet has had water before the trip


Take it slow around curves


Accelerate and stop slowly


Crack the window open to get fresh air


Make sure it's not too hot or too cold in the car


Keep you pet from looking out the window


Stop every hour or so to let your pet stretch and drink


Don't take you pet on a long trip with a full stomach. Try to feed him at least 3 hours before traveling.  Keeping you pet hydrated is very important so make sure he has water before the trip.  When driving keep it smooth.  Start and stop slowly, time the lights and take it slow around corners and curves.  Pets are sensitive to temperature change so make sure your car is not too hot or too cold.  If you can keep you pet low in the car or laying on the floor it would be best.  It is easier to get sick if your pet is looking out the window.  Take a break every hour to stretch out, get a quick walk and get a drink.