Spring and Summer are just around the corner, and one of the most critical issues will be how to keep your dog from overheating. Is there a way to maintain a stable, ideal body temperature without freezer packs, gels, crystals, chemicals or soaking a garment in water? Now, there is the first dry cooling vest for dogs, and you know it’s also stylish, or you wouldn’t be reading about it here. 🙂 And, Bark & Swagger followers are offered a 25% discount if you act before March 10th!
One of my favorite brands is Suitical and we use their Recovery Suit regularly. It’s saved us in some pretty serious situations.
Now, Suitical has developed a first of its kind Dry Cooling Vest. What makes the Suitical vest different than the many cooling vests on the market? Plenty, and even the military loves its concept so much, it is using this vest on its dogs.
The Dry Cooling Vest remains 100% dry during use and will not become wet or damp. It does not require refrigeration of any kind. This is a first in technology for the pet industry; something professional athletes, the government and the military already know.
How does this cooling vest for dogs work?
There’s a valve at the top of the vest that requires a small amount of fresh water to start the process. The vest starts cooling the dog’s body immediately, down to 59° Fahrenheit below ambient air temperature, and lasts for up to three days. When the water dries out, simply reactivate the cooling by adding fresh water.
When the temperature outside rises above 64° Fahrenheit, that’s when the Dry Cooling Vest begins working. The vest will regulate cooling based on temperature, humidity and airflow. The hotter it is, the more cooling the vest will be and vice versa.
Unlike any other cooling vest on the market, the Dry Cooling Vest works in conjunction with your dog’s body and the outside environment. And, the vest is designed based on the anatomy of dogs, so there’s a great fit.
Did you know?
Did you know that refrigerator-activated cooling vests provide very cold conditions for too long a period?
Did you know that overcooling can cause shock in a dog?
And, wet vests just plain smell…well, like wet dog. Ew.
The Dry Cooling Vest allows your dog to regulate its own body temperature, based on need.
What other uses are there for the Dry Cooling Vest?
This vest can and should be a part of your first aid arsenal, like the Suitical Recovery Suit and Recovery Sleeve. It can:
– Keep wounds cool without making them wet
– Cool down allergic, itchy skin and skin conditions
– Cool down stressed dogs inside crates or kennels
– Cool down overheated dogs entering or inside the vet office waiting room
Interested in purchasing this vest? Reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your 25% discount if you purchase by March 10, 2017. Retail value: Small – $109.00. With 25% discount: $81.75. Large: $119.00. With 25% discount: $89.25. Ability to keep your pet safe in the summer heat, with none of the risks of conventional cooling vests? Priceless.
– No Gels/Crystals used
– 100% DRY
– Only a small amount of water is required to activate
– You don’t need to put it in a refrigerator / freezer before use
– No need to soak in water
– Immediate Cooling
– Cools down up to 59° Fahrenheit below ambient air temperature for up to three days
– Easy refill through a valve/cap
The Dry Cooling Vest is currently available in two sizes – Small and Large.
To learn more about and purchase the Suitical Dry Cooling Vest
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Being a good dog parent means learning about summer safety and having the right tools to protect them. The Suitical Dry Cooling Vest is the most advanced and safe one on the market, and it looks great, too.
Would you buy the Dry Cooling Vest?
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