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At Woofstock, American Energy Air Will Teach Pet Owners How to Keep Dogs Cool

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Company will be handing out free copies of its popular guide to helping dogs beat the heat at August 27 event in Rocklin, American Energy Air reports

At Woofstock, American Energy Air Will Teach Pet Owners How to Keep Dogs Cool

ROCKLIN, Calif – August 22, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

The 2017 Rocklin Woofstock Dog Festival is coming soon, and attendees will be able to learn how to keep their beloved pets cool through the hottest weather the area can muster. American Energy Air Conditioning and Heating will be distributing free copies of the company’s popular “16 Ways to Help Your Dog Beat the Heat” guide at the August 27 event at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin.

Summer temperatures in the area can rise well over 100 degrees, with Roseville, Rocklin, and Sacramento all having set historic highs of 115 Fahrenheit. As the area’s leading authority on keeping cool, American Energy Air compiled a widely shared infographic that provides pet owners with practical tips for helping their dogs beat the heat. Visitors to the Woofstock dog festival on Sunday, August 27 will be able to pick up their own free copies of the guide while taking part in fun activities and raising money for local animal shelters and the Rocklin dog park itself.

“Like so many people in the area, we truly love dogs and the way they so often make life more fun and enjoyable,” said American Energy Air President Rick Shopek. “That’s why we put together our guide to helping dogs stay cool no matter how hot it gets. We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be attending the upcoming Woofstock dog festival at Johnson-Springview Park in Rocklin. We’ll have plenty of free copies of our popular guide to give away, so we hope to meet many local dog owners from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on August 27.”

Rocklin’s annual Woofstock festival brings together dog owners and their pets at the city’s largest park to raise money for worthy local causes and take part in a full schedule of fun activities. With a groovy theme that reflects the event’s 1969 source of inspiration, Woofstock includes art projects, a costume parade, dozens of dog-themed vendors, and live entertainment.

This year, attendees will be able to learn how to effectively keep dogs cool in local temperatures that can climb to 105 degrees Fahrenheit or more. As one of the region’s leading heating and air conditioning companies, American Energy Air serves residential and commercial clients in Roseville, Rocklin, Sacramento, Folsom, and beyond. American Energy Air representatives will be attending the upcoming Woofstock festival in Rocklin and handing out free copies of the company’s informative guide to keeping dogs cool.

About American Energy Air:
Offering a full range of HVAC services to residential and commercial clients in Roseville, Sacramento, and other area cities, American Energy Air has been exceeding expectations on every job since opening its doors in 1981.

Contact Info:
Name: Rick Shopek
Organization: American Energy Air
Address: Roseville, CA 95661
Phone: 916-782-3139

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