Goettl, an air conditioning company that services Nevada, has released some pet safety tips for the hottest months of the year. Pets can be especially vulnerable at this time. First customers need to keep those delicate paws off the pavement. One surefire test to see if the pavement is too hot is to hold your hand to the pavement. If you can’t hold it for ten seconds without feeling heat, then it is way too hot for them. Many owners don’t realize this fact, but dogs need sunscreen applied to their ears and noise. Two areas that aren’t fuzzy.
Other tips and tricks include getting groomed to keep the air moving and to keep them hydrated. The heat can harm their little bodies. A fun and creative way to keep them cool is to have a doggie pool. They can splish splash in the yard and avoid the summer heat. Also, keep the garage secure, because common summer dangers like fertilizer and antifreeze are tempting to little doggies. With these tips, you are sure to keep your dog safe and cool for the summer.
Goettl Air Conditioning was founded in 1939 by Adam and Gust Goettl. They came to Las Vegas in 1968 but left in 2007. Ken Goodrich acquired the company in 2013 and brought it back to Las Vegas in 2016. Goodrich remembers the nights holding the flashlight for his father when he went out on service calls. He brought that love of HVAC and dedication to his customers to his business.