Anyone can Give Advice on Calming Tablets?

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Here is a question from a Boston Terrier owner named Trudi asking other Boston Terrier owners about calming tablets.

She says : “Hi everyone! I’m flying my Boston girl tomorrow for the first time. Its a 2 hour flight, but that means she’ll be in the crate for about 4 hours. Just wanted to know if anyone can give me advice on calming tablets, etc – what works, what’s allowed, if its even necessary. Thanks! 🙂 “

Does anyone have any suggestions, experiences or recommendations? 🙂

Anyone can Give Advice on Calming Tablets?

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Toni Obouhoff

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Nathan Steiger

Do NOT use Benadryl or Dramamine can kill your dog! Idiots will say small dose etc but they are just that, idiots!

Drug called ACE is given at 10mg dose every 6 hours and it’s vet approved and works great!
My adopted dog fly with it always!

NoToqueForYou
Our Boston has unfortunately developed some anxiety issues. When in the car travelling on the highway he starts to pant incessantly as he doesn’t like the higher speed. As well, he has developed some separation anxiety and has done a number on a few walls as he seems to be trying to get out. To combat this we ended up buying him a Thundershirt (http://www.thundershirt.com/) and some natural calming chews by Head to Tail (http://www.headtotaildaily.com/product/calming/). We use the calming treats and the Thundershirt when on long trips. It chills him right out and he ends up sleeping the whole way;… Read more »
Debbie Maddux St Romain

Had Boston’s all my life. Never sedated one. A blanket that can cover her and her head has always been enough.

Tracie Reynolds Moss

I took my dog to the vet She gave me a prescription drug that works well and usually is a good price at Kroger