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RSPCA NSW and RSPCA supporters have
offered the following tips to help cool down
your pets this summer:
• Extra bowls of water (in case one is
ac cidenta lly tipped over).
• Takeaway containers filled with beef/
chicken stock, frozen overnight and given
to outdoor anima ls.
• Ice cubes in water bowls. Be careful, some
animals will avoid drinking the water if they
a re concerned about the floating ice cubes.
A good alternative is to freeze half a water
bowl the night before and top the remainder
up with cool water when putting out.
• Extra shade areas in your backyard using
shade cloths and shade umbrella s .
• Paddling pools (cla ms are especially
popular) filled with water a nd under your
• NEVER leave dogs in cars, even with the
windows down – dogs can’t sweat and
heat stress and death can occur within six
• Always walk your dog in the early morning
or late evening to avoid the heat of the day.
• Ensure pets have easy access to shade and
water throughout the day.
• Spray pet birds with a mist pump spray
bottle (only if they like it!) or install a bird
bath for supervised u se.
• Cool a ceramic tile or oven pan in the
fridge/freezer and put out for small dogs
and cats to lie on.
• For pocket pets, little bags of ice wrapped
in small, wet towel s provides heat reflief.
• Allow your outdoor anima ls to come inside
the house a nd share the air conditioning or
It is vital that animals have constant access to both water
and shade as heat stress can develop extremely quickly in
hot weather during summer.
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