ClimateRight and Veterinarians Partner to Keep Outdoor Pets Cool and Safe with Dog House Air Conditioner

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Outdoor pets and animals suffer dangerous and even fatal situations in extreme heat. There is a way to help prevent heat stress and stroke in dogs and animals.

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Vet Recommended Dog House Air Conditioner

Life Saver for Heat Stressed Pets

ClimateRight™ just launched a nationwide partnership exclusively for veterinary professionals to help save outdoor pets from extreme summer heat. The ClimateRight™ dog house air conditioner is the only proactive and preventative product of this type that alleviates heat related illnesses for outdoor pets and animals.

Veterinary professionals and vet clinics are now working together to offer pet owners an affordable, viable product solution to address extreme weather conditions for outdoor pets and animals.

Pet heat stress is the #1 summer health concern and is both dangerous and costly for pet owners. ClimateRight™ and now veterinarians nationwide are recommending the model CR-2550 dog house air conditioner that cools (and heats in cold months) small enclosed spaces including pet and dog houses.

The Vet Partner program is simple and free. All veterinarians must do is to contact ClimateRight™ to request a free Vet Starter Kit. ClimateRight™ will immediately send a small tabletop brochure stand that is stocked with animal heat stress information leaflets and how to order information. There is no cost or inventory stocking for the veterinarian. The vet clinic earns a commission on all units sold via a tracking system the company has implemented for this program.

The ClimateRight Vet Partnership was developed based on the tremendous response and demand for the company’s outdoor pet house air conditioner products at the 2012 Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida. ClimateRight™ was also featured on ABC’s Good Morning America in a segment ‘5 Ways To Keep Pets Cool This Summer’ hosted by pet industry expert and veterinarian, Dr. Marty Becker.

“ClimateRight™ heats in the winter and cools in the summer” said Becker. Dogs do not sweat, so it is hard for them to tolerate high temperatures as well as humans. Once the dog's temperature reaches 106°, damage to the body's cellular system and organs may become irreversible. Prevention is the best medicine for this devastating condition.

All veterinarians are invited to go to for specific program details, sign up and information about incentives for participation.

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