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Guardian Gear Cool Pup Coat

Guardian Gear Cool Pup Coat -SALE
Guardian Gear Cool Pup Coat -SALEGuardian Gear Cool Pup Coat -SALEGuardian Gear Cool Pup Coat -SALEGuardian Gear Cool Pup Coat -SALEGuardian Gear Cool Pup Coat -SALE
Item #:dog-cooling-jacket
List Price:$29.99
Sale Price:$19.99  You Save $10.00 (33%)

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What Our Top Dog Says About This Product:

The Guardian Gear Cool Pup Coat will keep your dog cool and comfortable in hot weather. Designed to be lightweight, the coat won’t weigh your dog down, ensuring maximum comfort throughout use. Perfect for use with dogs that are susceptible to overheating in warm climates, this coat simply needs to be soaked in cold water to lock in a cooling temperature. The innovative fabric is manufactured to swap out excess body heat with the cooling comfort from the coat to regulate body temperature. Each cooling coat comes with removable ice packs that are reusable throughout the life of the coat. Give your dog the cooling they comfort they crave. Order today!

Here Are The Doggie Details:

  • Lightweight jacket won't weigh your dog down
  • Ice packs are extremely lightweight
  • Perfect for dogs that may overheat in hotter weather
  • Soak the coat in cold water to lock in a cooling temperature
  • Fabric is designed to exchange body heat from your dog with coolness in coat
  • Removable, reusable ice packs (2-9 depending on size) included with purchase

What My Top Dog Should Know About The Guardian Gear Cool Pup Coat:

As a note to bulldog owners: Bulldogs are very difficult to fit and they tend to dislike water. It is recommended to bypass a cooling vest in favor of a cooling pad instead, if possible.

What Comes In The Doggie Bag:

One (1) Guardian Gear Cool Pup Coat

Standard Measurements:


Neck (IN)

Chest (IN)

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  • X-Small: Australian Terrier, Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Toy Poodle, Yorkshire Terrier
  • Small: Boston Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Maltese, Pug, Silky Terrier
  • Medium: Bichon Frise, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Corgi, Scottish Terrier
  • Large: Brittany Spaniel, Bulldog, Collie, Schnauzer, Springer Spaniel
  • X-Large: Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Rottweiler

Product Reviews for Guardian Gear Cool Pup Coat -SALE

Back: Measure length of pet’s back from the base of the neck to the base of the tail. See below for estimating by breed.

Recommended sizing by breed

X-Small/BACK -10 in Australian Terrier, Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Toy Poodle, Yorkshire Terrier
Small/BACK -12 in: Boston Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Maltese, Pug, Silky Terrier
Medium/BACK -16 in: Bichon Frise, Beagle, Cocker Spaniel, Corgi, Scottish Terrier
Large/BACK -20 in: Brittany Spaniel, Bulldog, Collie, Schnauzer, Springer Spaniel
X-Large/BACK -24 in: Doberman Pinscher, German Shepherd, Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Rottweiler
Why Do I Need a Dog Cooling Vest? As we near the end of August, the days are still hot and humid – they don’t call them the Dog Days of Summer for nothing! There’s still plenty to do outdoors and your dog enjoys being outside, too. However, just as the heat affects you, it affects him as well. Dogs are susceptible to heatstroke just as their human owners are, so understanding the warning signs and being proactive in keeping your dog cool is key to keeping him comfortable and possibly saving his life in hot weather.

Heat Stroke in Dogs

When we get hot, we sweat. Sweating is how the human body protects itself from overheating. Dogs however, do not sweat. They only have sweat glands in the pads of their paws, which helps with some heat dissipation, but for the most part, they pant. Panting eliminates excess heat from a dog’s body. When panting isn’t enough, the dog’s body temperature rises and can be fatal if not corrected immediately.

What to Look For

Heat exhaustion and heat stroke in dogs presents itself in the following ways:

  • Increased heart rate
  • Excessive panting
  • Increased salivation
  • Bright red tongue
  • Red or pale gums
  • Thick, sticky saliva
  • Depression
  • Weakness
  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea

What to do

If you notice signs of heat stroke in your dog, immediate action is vital. You have to get your dog’s body temperature down quickly to avoid brain damage, kidney failure, blood clots or even death.

  1. Get the dog out of the heat immediately.
  2. Wet him down thoroughly with cool (not cold) water.
  3. Increase air movement in the area with a fan.
  4. Check his temperature rectally every five minutes.
  5. Once his temperature has dropped to 103ºF, stop all cooling methods and dry him completely.
  6. Wrap him in a towel or blanket to keep him from losing too much heat.
  7. Even if he appears to recover quickly, take him to your veterinarian to be checked out. He could be dehydrated or suffer other complications.

Tip: Don’t try to bring your dog’s temperature down too quickly or expose him to extremely cold water as this could send his body into shock and present a host of other complications.

Heat Stroke Prevention

Here at Keep Doggie Safe, we are all about… well, keeping doggie safe. We like that old saying that goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” In the case of heat stroke, this couldn’t be more true. Making sure your dog is protected from heat stroke in the first place is a smart move, and we have just the thing – Dog Cooling Vests.

Our KyperKewl Evaporative Dog Cooling Vests are super cool – literally! They work on the principle of the cooling properties of evaporation (much like our bodies do), to keep your dog cool from the inside out. These cooling vests are so effective, Good Morning America featured them on their show!

So, keep doggie safe from heat stroke by making sure he has a shaded, cool area to rest, plenty of cool, fresh water to drink, and is wearing one of our dog cooling vests. If you have any questions or need help with sizing, please call us at (877) DOG-IDEA. Keep Doggie Safe is dedicated to keeping your doggie safe.


  1. Submerge the entire coat into cold water. Make sure the removable cooling packs are in place.
  2. Wring out excess water and place in a freezer-ready plastic bag.
  3. Place cooling coat and the bag in the freezer for about an hour.
  4. Remove the coat from the freezer and the plastic bag, let warm up for 15 minutes then fasten around the dog.
  5. Make sure adjustable chest panel is fastened snugly against dogs chest.
  6. Coat remains cool for up to 6 hours.
  7. Remove jacket from dog when no longer cool. Repeat steps as necessary.
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