The Ultimate Pet Meds for Traveling Quiz
If you are about to travel, you have probably gathered together a collection of various travel medications. Take this quiz to learn more about travel medication for your pets.
What problems are travel medications for pets commonly used for?
- heart conditions
- bowel control
How can you help your pet to adapt to travel conditions?
- Blindfold them while you travel.
- Take them on short car trips.
- Take them for less walks before a trip.
What do you need to do before traveling, bearing in mind that medications have side effects?
- Try the medication on your pet before traveling.
- Buy extra medication than will be necessary.
- Cut the tablets in half to allow for smaller doses.
What is the rule for dog bladder control?
- One month equals one minute.
- One month equals one hour.
- One month equals one day.
At which age do dogs have the best bladder control?
- as puppies
- at a few years old
- as older dogs
How much money is spent each year on pet products?
- $29 billion
- $39 billion
- $49 billion
How are medications made more enticing for pets?
- They are flavored.
- They are colorful.
- They are chewy.
What should you bring along for your pet to help with bladder accidents?
- a pot plant
- both of the above
How can you lessen the chance that your pet will have an accident in the car?
- Give them salty foods before a trip.
- Reward them for holding in their urine for long periods.
- Limit their water intake before traveling.
How can you prevent your cat from having an accident in the car?
- Bring a portable litter box.
- Take regular bathroom breaks.
- Train your cat to hold urine for long periods.
What problem might you have with a portable litter box for your cat?
- The box may get smelly.
- The box may spill in the car.
- The cat may not want to use an unfamiliar litter box.
If a cat urinates on a hotel floor it is probably out of:
What is an alternative remedy used to relax cats?
- lavender oil
- smelling salts
What part of an animal's body affects motion sickness?
- the inner ear
- the optical nerve
- the sinuses
In what year was the first anti-nausea medication for dogs approved?
How can Cerenia be administered?
What signs might your pet show if it is feeling nauseated?
- both of the above
What may happen to an animal that has been vomiting for a long time?
- It may get diarrhea.
- It may suffer from electrolyte poisoning.
- It may become dehydrated.
How do sedatives work?
- They slow the heart rate.
- They put the brain to sleep.
- They relax the muscles.
What is the problem with sedating a pet while traveling?
- Respiration rate can drop.
- Heart rate can increase.
- Urine will be increased.