Dogs Have Their Own Mobile Fans #WearableWednesday
They aren’t the dog days for nothing. Don’t forget your pups need to keep cool as the temps continue to rise. A company in Japan is producing wearable fans for your furry friends. From Vice:
Attached to a mesh onesie, the fan blows air at the pet to keep it cool even under its layers of fur.
“My dog has stopped panting after coming back from walks, which it always used to do in this summer heat,” Hikaru Uzawa, the man behind the creation and the CEO of Sweet Mommy, a maternity clothing store, told VICE World News.
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