Pets at Home has launched its new summer range for pets, helping owners have outdoor fun with their furry friends while keeping them safe and protected from the sun.
From dog-friendly sunscreen and cooling vests to popsicles and garden toys, and even a special summer spa grooming package, there’s something for pets of all sizes.
Throughout July, Pets at Home is also encouraging customers to donate what they can to Hearing Dogs For Deaf People – the charity it is supporting this summer – either by donating online, by giving in-store or upgrading their dog’s spa package.
Luxury summer spa treatments for dogs
From June 15 to August 31, you can enhance your dog’s regular grooming with a luxury summer spa treatment at The Groom Room.
This will include Floral Fantasy shampoo and spray, moisturizing butter treatment, application of tooth cleansing gel and foam for fresh breath, blueberry SPA facial to remove tear stains , as well as a balm for the paws and the nose. All pooches will also receive a free summer bow tie to complete their new look.
The summer spa package can be added for £10, and £1 from each session will go to the Hearing Dogs for Deaf People charity through the Pets at Home Foundation.
To book your dog’s grooming, visit your local salon to schedule an appointment or book online through the Pets at Home website.
Karen Heskin, Head of Pets at Pets at Home, said, “We all know life is better with pets and summer is a great time to create special memories with them, whether in the garden, on a beach or during a walk in the countryside. .
“Keeping pets cool is essential – always ensure they have shaded areas to relax and have access to cool water – cooling mats and toys can also help.
“More frequent grooming, particularly for long-haired dogs, is also advised and any exposed skin, including on the ears and nose, should be protected with pet-friendly sunscreen if they are going for longer periods of time. under the sun.”
Products to keep animals cool
Prism Water Bottle
Available in turquoise and orange, the Pets at Home Prism Water Bottle is perfect for helping to keep your dog hydrated while on the go or in the car.
Get yours from the Pets at Home website for just £3.
Pets at Home Summer Daze Elastofit Cooling Dog Vest, Blue
Dogs don’t sweat like we do, but they cool off by panting. If the weather is particularly hot, your pooch may need extra help with a cooling vest that stays cold for up to six hours. Available in sizes from small to extra-large.
Vests cost £15 to £21 via the Pets at Home website.
Cool Club Watermelon Refreshing Dog Toy
This fun watermelon dog toy can be filled with water and put in the freezer as another way to keep dogs cool in hot weather.
Costing £6 you can buy one from the Pets at Home website.
This mat is suitable for both cats and dogs and will help them cool off on hot summer days and after exercise.
The mat requires no water or cooling, just unfold it in a shaded area and the mat is ready to use.
Available in sizes XS/S and XL/XXL, priced from £7-£22. Visit the Pets at Home website to get one for your pet.
Petkin Doggy Sunmist Spray SPF 15 120ml
If your dog spends a lot of time outside during the summer months, it’s best to apply a dog-friendly sunscreen to areas with less or no hair, including the ears and nose. because they are more likely to burn.
This online exclusive costs £6 on the Pets at Home website.
pet summer toys
Pets at Home Flying Ring Frisbee
Pets at Home has teamed up with the RSPCA to develop this new seal-friendly frisbee for dogs so you can get out and play together.
A steal for just £2, get one for your dog at Pets at Home.
Sunny Daze Summer Bright Rope Cat Toy – £4
This Sunny Daze rope toy is full of catnip and includes a bell that will keep cats stimulated and entertained in the garden for hours.
It’s perfectly priced at £4 on the Pets at Home website.
Popsicle for small animals
It’s important to keep small furry animals cool, including rabbits and guinea pigs, by making sure they have plenty of water and are in the shade.
These popsicle chew toys will also keep them entertained in the summer months and take care of their teeth at the same time.
Get yours for £3 via the Pets at Home website.
For more expert advice on keeping your pet safe, visit the Pets at Home seasonal advice page.
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This notice was published: 2022-06-21 14:16:00