Can be used for small dogs, cats and other small animals
Economical and effective
Great way to cool down your pet on a hot day. Can be used indoors or outside.
Provides 5-10 hours of cooling relief per soaking
Comfortable quilted nylon outer with HyperKewl fabric inner, water repellent nylon liner and black poly-cotton trim.
Colours– Blue, Silver (Random)
Sizes – XS
HOW DOES IT WORK?
HyperKewl material is a unique fabric that slowly releases water through evaporation. To activate, simply submerge the item in water for 1-2 minutes. Gently squeeze out any excess water and the garment is ready to wear.
Depending on outside temperatures the HyperKewl dog cooling mat will stay activated for up to 8 hours, cooling the body 15-20ºC below the ambient temperature. Ideal conditions are warm dry climates, as high humidity (90 %+) will diminish the fabric’s ability to evaporate water.
HyperKewl fabric allows garments to have a uniform cooling effect while staying light weight and easy to use. The inner nylon is a water resistant fabric that keeps your body dry.
HOW TO USE – IT’S AS EASY AS 1-2-3! 1. Submerge the dog cooling mat in water for 30 – 60 seconds 2. Gently squeeze out excess water 3. Wear and Stay Cool
Your dog will feel more comfortable and relaxed with their Evaporative Cooling Coat or Mat. They will feel up to 15° cooler than the ambient temperature depending on airflow. This will result in your dog being happier and performing at their best. Can be used as a cool mat for cats too!
Recovery time will reduce and risk of heat stroke will diminish. You will find they won’t get dehydrated, therefore won’t need to drink as much water.
Benefits for Dog Shows Keep your show dog cool on the hottest of days to excel their concentration and focus on the ring! • Easy and quick to use • No gels, crystals or freezing required • Provides extended relief from heat fatigue and heat stress • Lightweight and durable • Easy to activate and is reuse • Offers hours of cooling relief and protection • Effective in a wide variety of environments e.g. outdoor activities, dog trailers, kennels etc