Morrisons selling ice treats for dogs to keep pets cool during summer heat - Wales Online

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Supermarket chain Morrisons has announced it is selling ice pops for dogs to help keep them cool this summer. Costing £5 for a pack of six, the Woof & Brew Ice Pops are made with natural, herbal ingredients and developed in partnership with vets.

Usually retailing at £6 on Amazon and specialist pet retailers, customers can save 20 per cent by heading to Morrisons to pick up a pack. Pet charity Blue Cross recommends keeping pets cool by using tasty ice cube treats and the ice pops are a perfect option.

Dogs can’t sweat through their skin like humans and rely on panting and releasing heat through their paws and noses to regulate their body temperature.

Jaymie Broughton, Morrisons pet care & treats buyer, said: “With the summer predicted to be a hot one, we want to help customers look after their pets and ensure that no-one misses out on having fun in the sun. These Woof & Brew Paw Pops are perfect for cooling down dogs in the heat and are the cheapest price on the high street.”

To help customers stock up for the summer, Morrisons has cut prices on more than 75 products from household brands and will be offering many more ‘when it’s gone, it’s gone’ offers across toys, accessories, and pet bedding as part of its Pet Event, running until Sunday July 10.

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Morrisons selling ice treats for dogs to keep pets cool during summer heat - Wales Online
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