Summer is here, and maybe you're planning abroad! Maybe you're even going to faraway places with changing time zones and the famous jet lag! But if this is the case for us, do our dear companions suffer too?
Reminder: the more you change time zones, the more your body and your internal biological clock must adapt. So you can feel fatigue, difficulty falling asleep and difficulty concentrating. The best way to "recover" is to get used immediately to the country's schedules and immediately adapt to meal times (tested and approved).
For animals, this syndrome does not affect all species, as some are immune, and others adapt quickly (especially those with a very good sense of smell!) Others have a hard time adjusting. Cats and dogs acclimate quickly enough while hens or primates, who have a biological rhythm similar to ours need more time. But other symptoms due to travel, can replace those of jetlag: cramps, headaches, dehydration and fatigue are common side effects. Although there is no anti-jet lag medicine, apply the same advice we gave you to your pet: adapt their food schedules to the country of arrival.