Use this to help your dog chill out this summer. Just freeze Beggin… Use this to help your dog chill out this summer. Just freeze Beggin’ treats and water in a mold to make dog-friendly pops. Use this to help your dog chill out this summer.
When walking your dog in the summer, try the pavement test first. If it’s too hot for your hands after five seconds, then it’s too hot for your dog’s paws. Opt for walking on the grass where it's cooler on those hot days.
Worried about your dog overheating? In less than 10 minutes, the temperature in your car can reach 100 degrees when it’s 80 degrees outside, even if the window is cracked. Spread the Summer pet safety knowledge and keep our pets healthy!
Worried about your dog overheating? Did you know that certain dog breeds are more prone to overheating based on the size of their snout? Short-nosed dogs like Pugs have a harder time panting to cool off than longer nosed dog breeds like labs.