Central Travel on Car sickness Some dogs, even though they enjoy traveling, are chronic whoopsers. It is wise to prepare for carsickness on a long trip by giving your dog a sedative such as sodium bromide (three to five grains), Dramamine, or Bonamine, as prescribed by your veterinarian. Trunk travel If your dog is not large, or if you have a station wagon, you may wish to take him in a crate where he can snooze in comfort. If you have no room for his crate in the car, you may have to put him in the trunk. This can be a comfortable spot for him provided you heed a few words of warning: JB iling sea and air were stud-ied by a worldwide con-tingent of scientists who also shared concerns for the war’s lingering impact on human health. Aboard the Electra research plane, team members wore gas masks as a precaution against the smoke. Baumgardner, seated by a window (left), removed his mask to speak with a colleague during a breather outside the cloud. Central Travel 2016.