With those hot summer days in full swing, a dog cooling mat can be a great way of keeping your canine companion comfortable in the sweltering heat. And with 37% off the ZonLi Dog Cooling Mat (opens in new tab) in the Amazon Prime Day sale, there's never been a better time to buy one.
While investing in the best swimming pool for dogs is one way to help your pup beat the heat, for those of us that live in apartments or have little outdoor space, a cooling mat can be a wonderful alternative.
Made from Japanese Arc-Chill cool technology fabric, the ZonLi quickly reduces your dog's body heat, allowing your precious pup to rest or sleep more comfortably regardless of the time of day.
ZonLi Dog Cooling mat
RRP: $29.99 | Now: $19.03 | Save: $10.96 (37%) (opens in new tab)
Requiring no water, electricity, or refrigeration, the ZonLi Dog Cooling mat is made from Japanese Arc-Chill cool technology fabric that enables your dog to sleep comfortably in spite of the heat. Soft and breathable, it has been designed for double-sided use and is machine washable.
Alongside the cooling technology, the middle of this pad is filled with thick cotton and the back is made of velvet fabric, so alongside the coolness this pad has to offer, it's also super soft and breathable.
We love the double-sided design and it's durable enough to be chew proof, so it's great if you have a pup who loves to nibble on things. It's also incredibly easy to clean - simply pop it in the washing machine and it will come out good as new.
The ZonLi Dog Cooling Mat is highly portable with a lightweight design, so you can take it with you wherever you go, and it can be used on the floor, couch and grass as well as in your dog's crate or kennel.
Measuring 37.4 x 29.5 x 1 inches, the ZonLi is suitable for small and medium sized dogs.
Kathryn is a freelance writer who has spent the past two years dividing her writing time between her two great loves - pets and health and wellness. When she’s not busy crafting the perfect sentence for her features, buying guides and news pieces, she can be found hanging out with one very mischievous Cocker Spaniel, drinking copious amounts of Jasmine tea and attempting to set numerous world records for the longest ever FaceTime calls with her family back home in NZ.
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