Prevent Pet Heat Exhaustion

While we may enjoy the heat of summer, our four legged family members might not. Dogs do not handle heat as well as humans, so we need to be aware of just how hot it may be in our pet’s environment. Dogs left chained out in a yard, or left in garages or outdoor kennels are prime candidates for heat exhaustion.

Since surviving heatstroke depends on the duration and degree of temperature conditions around your pet, we recommend using Monnit’s affordable wireless temperature sensors to track and monitor the temperatures of your kennels, garages or even on your dog’s collar or harness. We also recommend using Monnit’s wireless water sensors to be alerted when your pet’s water bowl is empty. Ensure your pets comfort by monitoring the conditions around them with immediate alerting.

The Best Cure for Pet Heat Exhaustion is PREVENTION!