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Yep - ask your vet for recommendations and they can give you options for one or both dogs depending on their size, needs, and duration of the trip.
There are a variety of anti-anxiety or sedative options that can be useful for helping pets stay calm while traveling. Unfortunately, pugs are not allowed on or in an airplane!
Yes, calories are still an issue with the bully stick but my dogs don’t eat much of it in the 10 minutes I let them chew on it.
Unfortunately short nose dogs ie Bulldogs pugs shih tzus and other short nosed dogs considered brachialcephalic dogs are not allowed on the airplanes anymore a brachycephalic dog cannot handle cabin pressure.
The pug is definitely not allowed on any airlines as is Bulldogs. I’m moving to Ireland and I’m bringing my 15yr old jack Russell I’ve got my tickets booked do I have to book a ticket for my dog to or just pay when I get to the check in . How to keep your old dog happy when you get a new puppy.
Anything you give them you'll probably want to try out first just in case your dog has a paradoxical reaction (a reaction opposite to the expected reaction, like becoming hyperactive when taking Benadryl, which usually has a sedative effect) or an allergic reaction. They're on the list of short-nosed dogs that airlines fear will not be able to adjust to the change in pressure in the cabin or beneath the plane. I've taken my Boston Terrier (short-nosed) on an airplane several times, and no one even commented.
I got calming treats from the vet and invest in a Thunder Shirt. It acts as kind of a hug which eases their anxiety. Double check with the airline you're intending to use, but given that the largest carriers say no I would be cautious no matter what. My veterinarian had no problem with it, and I also have a 14 year old pug client who flies at LEAST 5 times a year with his owner, so I'm not sure if this is accurate.
This softens the plaque on their teeth so that it scrapes off easier when they chew on things.