There must be other dog owners out there or someone ex/serving in the RAVC who can give advice on this rather delicate matter. My little princess of an SBT, 3 years old and a rescue dog from the RSPCA, has a tendency to emit the most foul, putrid and silent farts the moment she is settled in the car. A fact that, had she been sniffed before seen, would have led her to be christened 'Rancid' rather than 'Bonnie'. Now, she is no nervous traveller and seems relaxed and at ease in the car. But no sooner have we travelled a couple of miles and the whole car becomes enveloped in this noxious, unseen gas delivered silently. It is so foul that at times I have temporarilly been blinded and, whilst gagging and stuggling to get the windows down, have almost lost cotrol of the car. She on the other hand shows no outward sign of it bothering her in the least. Last summers trip from Kent to the Lakes was an epic with farts being delivered on average every 33 miles! Now, we have tried changes of diet as well as good long walks and plenty of water before departure. We have even considered strapping an air freshener to her arrse to enable the gas to be filtered but feel that this might amount to cruelty! Any advice would be appreciated so long as it steers clear of cruelty or acts of beastiality to the poor pongy pooch!