Hot dogs and cool cats
Hot Dogs and Cool Cats by Liz PichonL. Pichon says that when she was little, she loved to draw, and her mom said she was very good at making a mess (this is still true today). She kept drawing, went to art school, became a designer and art director at Jive Records, and began to publish children’s books. After its publication in the U.K., The Brilliant World of Tom Gates won several prestigious awards, including the Roald Dahl Funny Prize, the Waterstone’s Children’s Book Prize, and the Blue Peter Book Award. L. Pichon lives in Brighton, England, with her family.
Hot Dogs & Cool Cats: Grooming tips and tricks
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Hot Dogs, Cool Cats. As we approach the heights of summer, we look at what hot in emerging pet trends and offer some practical tips on traveling with our furry friends. Surprisingly its not only the Huskies, Retrievers, Collies, Beagles, Pointers and other breeds we expect to see roaming the forest and crossing mountains that are actually out there, being filmed on their travels. Remember if you plan to travel, traffic and heat can get crazy. Always keep with you a supply of drinking water for you and your buddies, and in true wanderer spirit maybe take a comfy pet bed and a pillow or pet mattress along with you, in case of an improvised rest stop. And of course never leave your pet in the car by himself. One of the biggest hazards to our pets is heat.
The energy impacts of home cooling
Some households will be turning it on for their dogs or cats. Our research on energy demand and household cooling highlights a recent trend towards air-conditioning rooms or homes for pets. As well as cooling homes occupied by both humans and their furry friends, air conditioners may be left on when dogs or cats are home alone. Some pet owners also leave doors and windows open for their dogs and cats to move between indoor and outdoor areas. This means that air conditioners have to work harder and use more energy to maintain indoor temperatures. A study released by E.