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Dog Cooling Vest
Dog cooling vests come in a range of styles to help keep your dog cool. Dog cooling vests use evaporative cooling as a way to remove heat and keep your dog comfortable. They are easy to use and comfortable to wear.
Pet Circle stocks a huge variety of dog cooling vests online in a great range of styles to suit every dogs shape so they can stay cool and comfortable during the summer months.
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|All For Paws Afp Chill Out Always Cool Dog Mat||I bought this for our Swiss Shep x Standard Poodle and she loves it, we got the large and she sleeps on it every night. I left the label on to avoid the sticky residue some people have noticed - and as it's on the underside it doesn't matter.-TARA|
|All For Paws Afp Chill Out Fresh Breeze Mat||I bought this bed for my old dog which has stroke recently. This bed is so good as it can prevent bed sore and allow airflow to comfort sensitive skinwhen my dog sleeps for long hours. It can also be clean so easily and dry very quickly. Love it.- MONICA|
Frequently Asked Questions:
How to keep dogs cool in summer?
In Australia, the summer months can be brutal with soaring temperatures. It can be quite uncomfortable for us, but what about our pets? There are lots of ways to help keep your pooch safe and cool during the heat waves:
- Water: always make sure your dog has access to clean, fresh water. Have an extra bowl available when you're not home in case your dog tips one over or drinks more than you expected. You can even add ice cubes for an extra cool and refreshing treat.
- Shade and shelter: if your dog spends time in the backyard during the day, making sure your dog has access to shelter where your dog can keep out of the harsh sun at all times of the day.
- Ice-blocks: you can freeze some of your dog's favourite treats in an ice-block. Not only will this be a cool and refreshing treat, but is also a great source of entertainment for your dog.
- Paddle pools: on a hot day, your dog may want to cool their belly down. Shell pools are great for your dog to jump in and cool off.
- Safety: during the warmer months, heat-related illness is a danger for your dog. Recognising the signs of heatstroke in your dog may say their life. To avoid heatstroke, ensure you avoid exercising your dog during the hottest part of the day, even for a short while. If your dog loves to chase the water coming out of the hose, test the water first. During summer, the water coming out of the taps and hose can be boiling and result in a nasty burn. Never leave your dog in a parked car, even for a few minutes. On a hot day, this is enough to cause heatstroke and even death.
To find out other ways to care for your dog during summer, read our articles on Summer dangers for pets and What should you do if you see a dog locked in a hot car?
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian