Cool your hot dog with cold water. It cools from the inside and encourages drinking. Add ice cubes to the bowl or use a freezable water bowl.
Use DIY ice packs or cold wraps to cool your dog in the summer heat. Place frozen water bottles or ice packs under your dog's chin for instant relief.
Keep your dog cool and entertained with freezable treat and chew toys. These icy toys provide relief from the heat while keeping your dog engaged.
Keep your dog cool by providing a cold surface like tiled floors or a cooling mat. It regulates body temperature and offers long-lasting relief.
Cool down your dog by letting them swim in a pool, lake, or ocean. If unavailable, get a dog pool for refreshing fun. Practice water safety.
Cool down your dog by hosing them with cold water. Use a sprinkler for added fun. Some dogs may enjoy it more than others. Stay attentive to their reactions.
Cool your dog in an apartment using a spray bottle. Aim for paws and underbelly. Use a plant mister for a finer mist and less mess.
Keep your dog cool with a fan. Point it at their nose, genital area, and paw pads. Short or adjustable fans work best for targeted airflow.
Cool down your dog with homemade popsicles. Avoid sugary and harmful human popsicles by making your own using a silicone ice-cube tray. It's easy and safe for your furry friend.
Cool your hot dog with a damp towel. Soak it in cool water, squeeze out excess, and place on your dog's underbelly, inner thighs, or neck. Keep your floors dry and consider getting a designated towel for your furry friend.