Have you ever seen a professional athlete dripping sweat after a hard fought battle? That sweat is a symbol of how hard he/she has worked not only on that day, but during the months leading up to it. The sweat is also his/her natural way of cooling the body down. Sweating may be what keeps humans cool, but not for dogs. Dogs actually produce very little sweat and panting serves as their cooling process. Sometimes though, panting can be insufficient, especially if your dog is outside for quite a while. The best way to help your dog combat the heat is by providing him with extra support. Here at Pet Street Mall, we have all of the tips and products to help you keep your pet cool in the warm summer months.