Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: San Antonio, TX
How is she being transported? Is she in a crate? Is it secure or does it wobble/shift around? Is she attached to a seat belt? Has a harness? Free to roam? How old is she? Can she see out the window when the car is moving?
She might feel insecure and unsafe while the car is moving. She might be getting motion sickness if she can feel the movement but can't see out the window.
Have you tried starting with tiny little baby steps? Give her treats near the car, then just walk away. Do that a few times. Put her in the car, give her treats. Then let her back out and walk away. Do that as long as it takes for her to calm down just being placed in the car. Then go for very short rides with someone to help give her treats while the car is moving. VERY short...like around the block. Repeated until she's calm enough for that length of time. Gradually increase the distance until you can arrive at some fun destination. Repeat until car rides are something to be excited about. It may take quite a bit of patience and time and success may be dependent on why she's so unhappy in the car.
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