We spend so much money and time on making sure our dogs are as healthy as can be, whether that’s walking them every day or feeding them nutritional meals, we want them to be protected.
They are our best friends and experience heat differently than you and I. This is why you need to research how to care for them properly to help them stay cool this summer.
Here are some recommendations to keep your dog cool this summer.
The Green Pet Shop pressure-activated cooling pet mat provides chilled relief for your dogs and cats. It’s the perfect solution if your pet struggles to stay cool and comfortable in the summer heat. This self-cooling pad for dogs works without water, electricity or refrigeration. The patented gel formula automatically recharges after 15-20 minutes of non-use. This dog cool pad is a must-have item if your home doesn’t have air conditioning
Outdoor Dog Water Fountain provides an endless supply of fresh water. Make sure to use a light color hose that won’t get hot in the sun. Activates when your dog steps on the paddle. Tip: Use the “paw” command to get them trained. Won’t work with tiny breeds or those afraid of water.
Exclusive patented design, U2mug design dog water bottle and water bowl two in one. The fold cap acts as a water bowl, and you don’t need any external bowl to give your hairy buddy water to drink anymore. Press the water bottle with one hand, and the water will flow into the bowl. Fold back after drinking. It is that simple.
RuffWear Swamp Cooler Vest & Jet Stream Cooling Vest come in 6 sizes and made of 3 layers that work together to cool your dog. The outside layer wicks for evaporative cooling, middle layer stores water, and inner layer cools the dog. To activate, soak in water, wring out, and put on pup.
With the sun out remember never to leave your dog in a parked car and if you see one locked in a parked car, call 911. Heatstroke is serious for dogs and their paw pads are sensitive to hot pavement like your bare feet. Make sure you are providing your best friend lots of extra fresh water and plenty of shade during hot days.