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Leave the carrier between your feet for a minute and then slowly slide the carrier under the seat all the while offering plenty of vocal assurances.Once the plane is in the air, you should be allowed to keep the carrier between your feet.We've tried it with and without her favorite food as a reward (cheese of PB), and the vet isn't really helping.They just tell me "well keep trying" and refer me back to the instruction manual they gave me on high energy dogs, but I think they just want the money for the sedation.My other dog (same age, weight, breed/mut, sex) doesn't mind it at all, so I know I'm not doing anything bad to her, but at 0/trim, we're going broke getting her snipped monthly, her nails are WAY long now and I'm getting disgusted with my vet. :(Sorry that you are going through so much trouble to clip her nails.The benedryl does cause some sedation in some dogs, in others it does nothing, especially if they are stimulated by something like clipping their nails.
Lots of “good girls” and “good boys” are certainly a welcome sound for a nervous pet.Also, a finger tip that has been dunked in a glass of water is a good way to keep your pet occupied. Because you are traveling, you have not given your pet a full meal, so offering one piece of chow at a time can keep you connected with your pet as long as they will accept it. We started at 1 pill, worked our way up to 4 (which I don't feel comfortable doing) but she was still coherent enough that she freaks out when I start clipping.We have been working with our vet to get her acclimated to them doing it, them doing it with me in the room, me doing it at home, etc for about 8 months now, and nothing's working.