The heat index makes it harder for your pet to cool down (thanks, humidity). While certain animals are considered high-risk for heat stroke (young, senior, overweight, ill, or brachycephalic breeds), all pets need an opportunity to cool down during the summer months.
Drowning and near-drowning episodes are more common than you may think. As a result, we want to provide the best in pet pool safety so you and your companion can chillax until the leaves start turning.
Tried and True
Shade trees, fans, and air conditioners go a long way to increasing comfort, but perhaps the most effective method is water. Kiddie pools and sprinklers are great, and there’s no beating an inviting backyard pool. Continue…