How are y'all coping with this summer heat? I'm breaking the bank turning my AC down to 68, swimming every chance I get, and going to happy hour every day at Sonic for a nice cold slush. Heck, I even have a playlist full of fun songs about being hot. It takes a few minutes for my car to begin blowing cold air, so The Kid is Hot Tonite and Hot Girls in Love by Loverboy totally keep me in a good mood while I melt in my car.
Now how are our fur babies dealing with the summer heat? There's still plenty of hot days ahead of us, so be sure to keep your dog cool for the rest of summer. As temperatures rise, our pups can have heat stroke. Prevent overheating with these pet products to keep your dog cool.
I'm extremely allergic to cats, but that doesn't stop me from feeding the neighborhood feral cat. I feel bad thinking about how warm her water bowl must be until I get home from work. Elsie is going to have cold drinking water all day now! No more melted ice cubes that just turn into warm water.
This is the kind of weather that makes me want to put my sheets in the freezer two hours before I go to sleep. Once summer comes around, I truly hate the feeling of warm sheets fresh out the dryer. Your dog will love their cooling pad. I definitely recommend this if you turn your air conditioning up a little before you leave for work!
Protect your dog's paws from hot weather! I know you wouldn't try to walk outside barefoot when it's over 105 degrees outside. You can get your dog some breathable mesh booties. If your dog doesn't like the boots, I recommend paw pads.
4. Dog Pool
Dog's like to swim, too! If you live near a river, your pup has probably developed a love for cool water. Your water fur baby can continue the love at home and cool off in their very own dog pool. It also doubles as a kiddie pool, since it's only a foot deep. Your little ones will enjoy some fun in the sun with their furry friend.
Dog owners, your pets will appreciate all you do to keep them cool during this hot summer. Although warm weather does bring opportunity for fun outdoor activities, you have to take precaution and think of how it can affect your dogs.