This past weekend we took a road trip to see some family for the weekend. About a 2 hour ride. Our puppy is 5 months old and the last time she took a car trip this long was the day we brought her home from the breeder's. On that trip, she got sick and vomited, and then slept the rest of the way home. This past weekend's trip was absolutely horrible! Before we left, I fed her earlier than usual; about an hour before we left. Big mistake. I realize now, from what I read when I got home, that there should be AT LEAST 4 to 6 hours from the time of feeding to the time of getting in the car for a road trip. Well. Poor little girl was MISERABLE the entire trip! She vomited the whole ride. There was nothing left in her. And the drooling......oh my God, I have never seen anything like it. She drooled so much she was soaked. I was a wreck seeing her like that. I felt AWFUL we put her through that. I gave her ice cubes, and a little water so she wouldn't dehydrate, but she threw that up too. Once we got to where we were going, and got out of the car, she was soon back to normal. She drank so much water. Then I waited a bit for her to settle down and I fed her. I was really dreading the ride home. So yesterday I gave her breakfast, but no lunch. She usually eats lunch between 1 and 2pm. I fed her breakfast at 8 am, she drank water all day, and then we got in the car to go home at 3pm. The drooling started almost right away but she didn't throw up until 45 minutes into the trip. It wasn't as bad as the ride up, as she didn't have as much food in her this time. But the poor thing drooled the whole way home, LOTS of it. And then she got sick one more time before we got home, but it was mostly water. How do I prevent this for next time? Is this something we can condition her to or will she always be prone to motion sickness? I don't love the thought of medicating her every time we go somewhere in the car, but I can't put her through what she went through again!! Any advice would be greatly appreciated!