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April 15, 2019 2 min read

Finally! Spring is showing up to take our winter blues away!

Are you guys just as excited as we are to finally start being outdoors more? 

Hikes, outdoor play dates and longer walks daily are now in full swing for many folks down south of the US already. 

Most people don't know that cooling vests even exist! Let us show you WHY is THE most important doggy accessory of the spring/summer seaon!

WHAT is a cooling vest?
It's like a harness that covers more of the body of your pup, it holds onto water and it keeps your dog cool during those hot summer days

WHY is it so important to have a cooling vest?
Any breed of dog can be susceptible to heat stroke but ESPECIALLY the brachycephalic breeds such as French Bulldogs, Pugs, English Bulldogs aka SMUSHY faces. So keeping your pups cool will help prevent heat stroke and also allow them to spend more quality time outdoors even if it's hot!

HOW does it work?
You simply soak the cooling vest with cold water, wring it out (optional) then put it on your pup. The vest will take care of the rest. It is a 3 layer system. The outer layer will control the water evaporation carefully, then the middle layer will HOLD that water and finally the inner layer is super soft and creates maximum contact on your dog's body

Get yours now HERE - https://bit.ly/2rfzs1u

Our cooling vests

  1. Cover more area than a tiny cooling bandana
  2. Holds more water to keep your dog cooler for longer
  3. Controls the water evaporation far better than our competitors
  4. Have a dual zipper design to allow for growth and flexibility in terms of fit
  5. And act as a harness so you don't need an additional collar or harness

Just take a look at what our customers have to say about their cooling vests!

Yves Chanthachith
Yves Chanthachith

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