If your pet is not comfortable with confinement or travel, their stress level will be high before you even arrive at the office.
On the day of your visit, budget plenty of time to avoid being rushed. If you are stressed, your pet will be too
Cool or warm your vehicle to a comfortable temperature before putting your pet inside
Take time to make sure your pet feels comfortable in their carrier, crate, or seat belt.
When in the car, play calming music specifically composed for cats or pop in an audiobook
If your pet gets car sick, ask the veterinarian for anti-nausea medication.
Ask us about scheduling some happy visits in order to help your pet get more comfortable with the hospital and the staff. Creating friendships will help lower stress.
Ask about Feliway and Adaptil. These calming pheromones can help ease anxiety.