Beat the Heat with TDB

Beat the Heat with TDB

 Summer Time Tips and a Cool Collection of Cakes from The Doggy Bakery

As the summer sun climbs higher, it's the perfect time to think about how to keep our furry friends cool, comfortable, and cheerful. At The Doggy Bakery (TDB), we understand that the heat can be tough on pets, so we've put together some essential summer time tips and introduced a refreshing collection of cakes designed specifically for your four-legged companions. Here's how you can ensure your pet enjoys the summer just as much as you do!

1. Stay Hydrated

Water is crucial during the hot months. Make sure your dog has constant access to fresh, cool water. Consider adding ice cubes to the bowl for a little extra cooling. Hydration helps regulate your pet's temperature and keeps them happy and healthy.

2. Timely Walks

Plan walks during the cooler parts of the day. Early mornings or late evenings are ideal to avoid the scorching sun. Not only will it be more comfortable, but it also reduces the risk of overheating and burnt paws from hot pavements.

3. Create Cool Zones

At home, ensure your pet has a cool, shady spot to relax. Cooling mats, ventilated bedding, or even a simple fan can provide relief from the heat. These small adjustments can make a big difference in your pet's comfort.

4. Protect from Parasites

Summer is prime time for fleas, ticks, and other parasites. Make sure your pet is up to date with preventative treatments. Consult your vet for the best options to keep these pesky critters at bay.

5. Grooming

Regular grooming helps prevent overheating. A well-groomed coat allows for better circulation and easier temperature regulation. Whether it’s a full haircut or just a trim, proper grooming is essential during summer.

Cool Treats from The Doggy Bakery

To complement our summer care tips, TDB is thrilled to unveil our 'Cool Treats' collection, a lineup of cakes that are not only delicious but also perfect for beating the heat. Click here to see  what we’ve whipped up for your pups:

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