Sedating cats for car travel benadryl
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We used to live in a small suburban neighborhood Ohio but moved to 153 acres in Liberty, Maine in 2012.
We have 2 outdoor cats, one is indoor/outdoor and quite tame (Dexter), the other is still kind of feral.Have you tried crating him and driving around town to see if he would settle down on his own?I have used Baby Benadryl for my cats for years, sometimes frequently, to treat upper respiratory infections (URI).Perhaps your pet doesn't travel well or gets stressed out by vet exams or professional grooming.There are many ways to calm down your cat in stressful situations — some medical and some non-medical.Diphenhydramine (Benadryl): can be used as an off label use in cats and dogs, You need to find out from your vet WHICH formulation he approves as there are several available with extra stuff in them that could be harmful. So if I do give him this recommended dosage, will it make him sleep during the trip? When you look on the back of the Benedryl package it says that it "may" cause drowsiness. I give her benedryl when she gets into the orchard grasses and when she gets bitten by mosquitoes.... It does work for some - It's the main ingredient in Tylenol PM. Is your drive from Colorado to Arizona going to be in one day or an overnighter?
Kitty really shouldn't be kept drugged up for too long.
In fact she gets all excited when it’s time to go somewhere in the car, especially “to grandma’s”.
As much as I’m against pharmaceuticals and drugs, I’m actually considering a sedative for all 4 cats to make the trip a little less stressful, both for them and me.
Samson & Soafie, the indoor cats, aren’t much for car travel either.
All the cats spend the entire time in the car yowling, panting, and generally causing a ruckus.
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