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Wednesday, August 3, 2011
The temperature gage just keeps climbing up and leaves you wondering what can I do for my dog? Summer heat can cause health and comfort issues for us as humans, and for our beloved four legged friends. And since many areas deal with extreme temperatures, ranging from freezing cold to sweltering heat this is a real problem for many people!

Dogs have a much harder time cooling down than humans. This is because they can’t sweat like us. They can sweat only a tiny bit through their paws, but this is not nearly enough to cool them off. Panting is a dog’s main avenue for keeping cool. But panting isn’t very effective in hot and humid climates. The best thing to do on warm summer days is to keep your dog in the shade as much as possible. Your pup is still going to be want to be active, but when you go to the park try to limit activity between noon and 2 p.m. since it is the hottest part of the day. This will help to prevent heat stroke.

Want to do more? There are some wonderful dog gifts available to help your dog cool down during the worst of the summer heat. To start you can buy your canine friend a dog pool which is made of tough PVC. They are made to be transported easily so you can even take it on your summer vacation. The dog pools are also easy to fill with cool water and empty for clean up. This will keep your dog refreshed for hours. A pool is relaxing and will provide your dog comfort in the heat.

Humans enjoy a cool shower on a hot steamy day, treat your best friend to a nice cool bath. If your dog is ready for a bath take advantages of a warm day to soap him up with organic dog shampoo and cool him down! Choose an organic dog shampoo with tea tree oil to naturally relieve some skin irritations and conditions. That will also help your dog be more comfortable.

If you are living in a hot but dry climate cooling coats for dogs is another option. There are two types of cooling coats. The first one has fabric that absorbs water and then as the water evaporates it slowly releases it over a long period time. This evaporative cooling coat will work to keep your dog cool for hours. The second choice to beat the heat is to get a dog cooling coat that uses an advanced technology. This type of coat has specially designed inserts which release long-lasting, temperature-specific (58 degrees F, 14 degrees C), cooling relief. They are designed to fit inside the dog coat. You can purchase cooling, coat.

If you cannot splurge on a cooling coat, then another designer dog summer gift item is a cooling bandana. These bandanas are made of a special material that absorbs water and then slowly releases the moisture over time. If you put the bandanna in the refrigerator it extends the time your pooch can stay cool. These bandanas are a hundred percent reusable. Just rinse and use a mild detergent on them after use and then dry it completely. There are several different styles to choose from featuring different designs or extras, like reflective tape for your dog’s safety.

Don’t let the summer heat catch you and your four legged pal unprepared! Remember to plan activity wisely for shaded places and cooler times of the day. And for extra comfort look into the following designer dog supplies. A pool designed to take rough play, organic dog shampoo to keep your dog’s skin in good shape through the heat wave, and a or bandana all offer your dog relief on even the hottest day!

by Joy Randel

Joy Randel is the owner of Dazzle Dog Delight, an online store that offers a variety of high quality dog products and accessories from organic dog shampoo to designer dog supplies. We are passionate about dogs and would love to send you a FREE e-Guide on how to solve barking problems and other great info. Get your FREE e-Guide now at www.DazzleDogDelight.com

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2 Comments:

Blogger Umair Aziz said...

Excellent Post! I just noticed this change a few minutes ago and made a short post about it. I will include your post in it.
Thanks for the suggestions
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November 2, 2011 at 9:46 AM  
Blogger Joy Randel said...

Thank you so much! :)

November 2, 2011 at 10:21 AM  

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