Hi all. I'm concerned that Piccolo has chronic motion sickness but wanted to check with you all what your experiences of this have been. When I collected her at 8 weeks old, it was a 1.25 hr journey back to my house and she vomited 4 times (spread out over the whole journey, the last vomit was on my own road). I left it over a week before I took her in the car again and I started by just letting her sniff it, then next time put her in crate only, then next time started engine, then next time reversed back out and in again. All very slow increments. Eventually I did a couple of 4 minute journeys where she seemed fine. Then another time she went very quiet and was obviously feeling very ill when we got back but she managed to hold it in. Then we went on another trip where she was okay. And now, at 11.5 weeks old, I have just taken her on another 4 min trip and she threw up all over the car crate before we got back home. I know it can be caused by stress sometimes, but that doesn't ring true for me in this case. She definitely was not stressed just now, she is very comfortable with going out and about and is very confident generally. In fact she is a great pup. Could it be something she grows out of? Has anyone else experienced puppies being car sick when they were young who were then fine when they got older? I'm really cautious of NOT over doing it with the car. She's only been on one 4-min journey every 4/5 days or so. But now I'm going to give it a rest for a long while as I don't want her getting a negative association with the car. It's also worth noting that at least two of her litter mates fell asleep in the car on the way back to their forever homes and didn't have a single problem. I'm really worried about it because it is a massive thing if she won't travel well.... not just because I wanted our life together to involve lots of exciting trips around the UK, but because I also want to drive her to nice walking spots locally every so often. Also I am on my own so often I simply will have to take her with me places. As you can probably tell I'm pretty deflated right now.