Earlier this morning, we took a look at the Dog Caller which will inform you on your smartphone should the temperature of your pooch and its surroundings reach dangerously high levels that heat stroke is a possibility, so that you will be able to take some preventive measures. Well, another way of going around this issue would be to purchase the ClimateRight dog house, where this 2,500 BTU unit is able to heat, cool, purify and dehumidify pet houses as long as they are no larger than 350 cubic feet in size – translated to 7′ x 7′ x 7′ just in case you were wondering.
The ClimateRight comes with an easy to read digital display so that you are able to see all the vital statistics at a glance, while enabling you to set the desired temperate, timer, and sleep settings in a jiffy. It uses a premium Hitachi compressor that is powered by a standard 110v electrical outlet, so that the ClimateRight is more than capable of handling whatever season it is at the moment to keep your pooch nice and cool, a respite from the sweltering heat outside. The $599 asking price is not exactly the most affordable on the market, but you have got to start somewhere, haven’t you?
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