Keywords: Confusion, nausea, fear, panic, whining, trembling, stress incontinence.
Ingredients: Dill, Emerald, Impatiens, Mimulus, Pearl, Red Clover and Rock Rose flower and gem essences.
This for the animal that hates travelling. Red Clover and Rock Rose essences are for animals that display their fear by struggling to break free when being put in a basket or cage. Dill essence is for the sense of disorientation and lack of security that many animals feel when being moved out of their home territory. Emerald is to alleviate feelings of nausea and motion sickness, brought on by the animals fear. Pearl essence is for stress incontinence. Mimulus is for animals that whine, tremble or dribble when travelling.
Directions for use: Add a few drops to a small amount of drinking water half an hour before travelling. Or add few drops to an atomiser with luke-warm water and spray the animals coat, or put a few drops of the essence on your hand and stroke it through the animals coat, fur or feathers.
(Occasionally an animal has a physical inner ear problem, which causes the animal to feel giddy and nauseous when travelling. Happy Travel Pet works only on the emotional aspects of motion sickness. One of my clients, an animal trainer, found that her dog had a physical inner ear problem, but by giving her dog a piece of ginger, and then spraying Pet Calm spray with Happy Travel Pet, her dog now remains calm enough not to quiver and jump all over her in panic when travelling by car. Avoid putting a dog who suffers from motion sickness in the back of a car, and make sure that a cat can see your face or body from its cage if they are nervous travellers. Drive smoothly and avoid changing speed too rapidly. Some horses find it less stressful to have a light on in their horse box.)