Microfibre Dog Cooling Vest
ABOUT THE VEST
Best dog cooling vest in Australia made from a soft fibre layer which can be immersed in water, wrung out and placed on your dog to cool them in summer. This dog cooling coat will help keep their body temperature down which reduces stress, panting and potentially overheating. These vests are cold as ice when they are submerged and are great for keeping your K9 cool.
The cooling dog vest by WILKO is perfect for dogs who enjoy hiking, running or walking in the heat, playing on the beach, boating or participating in dog shows!
Evaporative Cooling Jacket- this simple and effective technology works by combining water with our special Fibre to create a cooling vest that will gradually release water through evaporation to keep your pet cool, comfortable, and happy.
🚰 Simply rehydrate the vest in water once it becomes dry.
👕 Shades of yellow may vary slightly due to fibre batches
Benefits & Features
- Designed to keep your dog cool in hot conditions
- Made from quality soft fabric
- The perfect solution for dogs in hot summer conditions and climate
- Vest performance will vary on weather conditions
- Suitable for all pooches shapes and sizes
- Best Dog Cooling Coat for French Bulldogs
- Fast dispatch
Full range body motion when the vest is on
Warm machine wash separately. Do not add fabric softener. Line dry in shade.
Cooling Vest Sizes
Below we have specified the measurements of the vest which should be used to ascertain which size is best for your dog. The most important factor in sizing is the depth of your dog’s chest. We also have general weights and breeds that may fit the specified size. If you have any sizing questions, please contact
Are Cooling Vests Safe for Dogs?
How to Manage Your Dog's Temperature in Summer Heat
In Australia, the summer months bring scorching temperatures that can be challenging for our furry friends. Here are effective ways to ensure your dog stays safe and cool during the heat:
Hydration: Always provide ample clean, fresh water for your dog. Consider having an extra water bowl available, especially when you're away, to prevent any shortage due to spills or increased thirst. For an added cooling effect, drop in a few ice cubes for a refreshing treat.
Shelter and Shade: If your dog spends time outdoors, ensure they have access to shaded areas throughout the day to shield them from the intense sun.
Frozen Treats: Create frozen treats by freezing your dog's favorite snacks in ice cubes. Not only are these treats refreshing, but they also provide a fun and engaging activity for your dog.
Paddling Pools: Help your dog cool off by providing a shallow pool where they can splash and lower their body temperature.
Safety Measures: The warmer months pose a risk of heat-related illnesses for dogs. Recognizing signs of heatstroke is crucial to safeguard your pet's well-being. Avoid exercising your dog during the hottest times of the day, even for brief periods. Additionally, be cautious with water from taps or hoses, as during summer, it can be extremely hot and cause burns. Never leave your dog unattended in a parked car, even for a short duration, as this can lead to heatstroke and potentially be fatal.
By implementing these measures, you can ensure your beloved pet stays comfortable and safe during the summer heat.