97% of dogs and cats are taking heat stroke measures, but 40% have suspected heat stroke.

97% of dogs and cats are taking heat stroke measures, but 40% have suspected heat stroke.

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“Ichijo Komuten” has announced the results of the “Corona Sorrow 3rd Summer Awareness Survey on Life with Dogs and Cats” conducted for people who have dogs and cats.

97% of people take measures against heat stroke for dogs and cats (from Ichijo Komuten website)

“Ichijo Komuten” (Koto-ku, Tokyo), which works on building houses that are easy to live with pets, conducted the “Corona Sorrow Third Summer, Living with Dogs and Cats” for people who have dogs and cats. On August 3, we announced the results of an awareness survey on While 97% of respondents are taking measures to prevent heatstroke in pets, which is a concern in summer, about 40% of respondents have suspected heatstroke in dogs and cats.

87.5% countermeasures with “cooling”

The survey was conducted online from June 29th to July 5th for men and women who have dogs and cats nationwide. We received valid responses from 561 people.

When asked if they were doing anything to prevent heat stroke for dogs and cats, 87.5% of respondents answered, “Turn on the air conditioner.” The second place and below continued with “Keep out of direct sunlight” (41.5%) and “Drink more water” (41.4%). About 3% of the respondents answered that they did not take any particular measures, and it was found that about 97% of the people were taking some kind of measures for their own pets.

On the other hand, when asked, “Have you ever thought that your dog or cat might be suffering from heatstroke during the summer?” 38.7% answered “yes,” while 47.6 answered “no.” %was.

In the survey, we also heard about the relationship with dogs and cats in the corona sickness, and details can be seen on the Ichijo Komuten website “survey on living good things”.

(Otonancer editorial department)