6 Products to Keep Your Pets Cool this Summer

Just because things heat up in August, it doesn’t mean your pet has to be left at home or stuck inside. It just means some extra care and attention should be put into keeping them protected from the heat. To ensure your pet not only stays cool, but looks cool as well,...

Top Tips to Keep Your Pet Cool

You may have noticed that your pet takes longer to recover from walks, pants and sheds more, and consumes more water this time of year. The heat can be exhausting to our little friends; their bodies aren’t designed to handle it as well as ours (and some pets are more...

Is Your Dog or Cat More Susceptible to Heat?

This is because cats and dogs primarily reduce body heat through their respiratory tract (lungs, trachea and nasal passages) by panting. So they cool themselves less efficiently than we humans who can sweat through our skin. Pets can lose some heat through their paw...