Beware of websites that suggest you can use Benadryl for cat sedation.Cats may be harmed or killed when ingesting medication formulated for humans.Also, my husband wants to know if they can travel in their cage (they share one cage) in the back of his pick up truck. My puggle does seem to have some anxiety issues as we often travel with them 1.5 hours several times a year (inside the car) and he has the roughest time, the lab does much better. :) Ok - the issue of the Puggle in the crate is easy: ABSOLUTELY NOT!!Remember, follow the directions your veterinarian provided. I would like to help you and your dogs with this question, but need a bit more information in order to better assist you. Does either dog have any medical problems that you are aware of? Fiona We leave on our trip June 25th from Chicago to Tennessee Neither dog has any medical history or current issues and are on no medications. The hours we are traveling are from 3am - 3pm, with the hottest of the day from about 10am - 3pm.
Commonly, the cat will rub these scents, produced by their facial glands, onto their owner or surroundings. Instructions for using these pheromones are as follows: Warnings to Cat Owners A cat owner should never attempt to sedate a cat with human medications.
You should only dispense medication specifically prescribed by your veterinarian because the vet considers the age of your cat as well as its weight to determine dosage.
Use only meds recommended by your cats veterinarian.
Do not spray synthetic pheromones directly on your cat.
Most cats do not normally need to be sedated before grooming, although, some become overly excited because of this experience and need some form of sedation needed.
The forms of sedation discussed here are as follows: using sedatives prescribed by your veterinarian, aromatherapy, and pheromone sprays.