With Summer in full swing, we have taken a look at some of the best products to keep dogs cool, on trend and happy during the warmer months.
Best for Keeping Dogs Hydrated
Drinkwell® 360 Stainless Steel Pet Fountain
A survey by pet product expert PetSafe® has found that one in five dog owners don’t know how to tell if their furry friend is dehydrated. Make sure you keep your pet well hydrated during the summer months with the Drinkwell® 360 Stainless Steel Pet Fountain.
Creating free-flowing streams of water the Drinkwell® 360 Stainless Steel Pet Fountain entices your dog to drink more throughout the day, even when you’re not in the home. The charcoal filters in the Drinkwell® Pet Fountains remove any unpleasant tastes or smells from the water, giving your pet the most appealing way to stay hydrated.
With summer in full stride, Nutriment decided the timing was perfect to freshen up its core Nutriment portfolio with the arrival of its NEW, 4-strong collection: Venison & Chicken, Lamb, Salmon & Turkey and Chicken & Lamb.
Sitting resplendently in their new sleeves, the four newest additions to Nutriment’s flagship portfolio will provide a new, intriguing blend of luxurious protein combinations, whilst simultaneously extending the core range to 9 deliciously distinct recipes.
The Ruffwear Swamp Cooler uses natural evaporative cooling to keep your dog cool. Soak it in cold water, wring it out, and fasten around your dog. Evaporative cooling exchanges the dog's heat as water evaporates from the coat's reservoir. The Swamp Cooler's light colour is designed to reflect heat from the sun and is perfect for active dogs.
Combined with the cooling effect, the Swamp Cooler keeps dogs comfortable when temperatures rise making it an ideal vest for hot conditions.
It's reflective trim makes it perfect for low-light visibility and with a loop for attaching The Beacon™, the side-release buckles make it easy to put on and take off.
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