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Shading mesh for animals

Shading mesh for animals

Benefits of shade mesh for zoo animals

Shading mesh for pets and animals: An economical and versatile outdoor sun protection product that will keep animals cool in the heat

Protection of domestic animals through shading mesh for animals

Not everyone can have their dog at home all day while they are out. Some dogs are use to spending the whole day in the garden. But the heat can be particularly dangerous for dogs that stay outside.

If you have to leave the dog outside, make sure it has shade. Access to plenty of water, and plenty of space to move around. Unless it has a cooling system, never leave the dog outside for a long period. Especially when temperatures exceed 35 degrees. Shading mesh for animals will keep your animals cool, comfortable, and safe when temperatures rise.

dog under an OBAMALLA® shade netting structure
The OBAMALLA® pet net is very useful when leaving our dog in the garden, as it will provide a shaded area at his disposal.

Easy transport with shade for your pet

OBAMALLA® mesh is easy to transport, which can be useful if you need to take your dog somewhere else, providing quick shade. Material: high-density polyethylene stabilized against UV rays (HDPE), mold-resistant, and versatile. Suitable as a summer umbrella.

The shade rate varies from 30 to 90%, so it can be use for plants, flowers, fruit cover, and protection from direct sunlight.

It also reduces the temperature for the benefit of poultry, stables, and kennels. Our shade fabric can have perforations at each corner and be equipped with an elastic for easy hanging.

aviary in zoo with Obamalla installed shade net structure
Thanks to the shade rate provided by the OBAMALLA® we can create a favorable and cool environment for the birds in the aviaries by reducing the entrance of direct sunlight.

If you want to create a pleasant and shaded environment, OBAMALLA® shade mesh for animals will filter intense sunlight and create a cooler environment. If animals are in a cage (hamster, mice, birds, rabbits), they should be left in shaded and airy places.

Obamalla shading mesh for animals installed in zoo shade netting structure
The OBAMALLA® shading net is used to provide a cool place for animals by giving them a comfortable place to rest.

Danger with small animals

“Heatstroke” that occurs in small animals (especially dogs and cats) can be anticipate by observing the following warning signs: wheezing, panting, extreme thirst, frequent vomiting, pale gums, thick saliva, increased heart rate, and loss of skin elasticity. This can worsen into severe respiratory failure, seizures, and coma. If the animal is in distress and there is no possibility of immediate veterinary intervention, it should be immediately taken to a cool, shaded place.

You should lower the animal’s internal temperature by dampening it with a cloth on its head, neck, armpits, and groin. Then contact a veterinarian for appropriate treatment.

Obamalla installed in the enclosure of a zoo animal shade netting structure
it is important to install a mesh against the effects of the sun OBAMALLA® in the animal’s resting place as it will help to protect the animal and prevent it from suffering from heat stroke.

Tips to avoid health problems for cats, dogs, rabbits, and pet fish on hot days

  • Make sure animals always have access to shade and abundant fresh water.

Advantages of shading mesh

1. Shading mesh for animals provides an easily installable cool area anywhere, whether in yards, gardens, zoos, or kennels.

2. Avoid taking the dog out during the hottest hours preferring the morning or evening and always carrying water. Avoid letting the dog exercise on hot days.

3. To avoid sunburn, apply a high-protection sunscreen to the white ends of animals. Such as the tips of their ears, before letting them out in the sun or before taking them to the beach.

4. Keep the aquarium away from direct sunlight and change the water regularly, taking care to remove algae that form. If you have a pond in the garden with fish, remember to fill it regularly at night to compensate for evaporated water and replace lost oxygen.

5. Never leave the canary or hamsters in direct sunlight, place the cage in a shaded, airy, and cool place.

6. With high temperatures, fleas, ticks, and mites proliferate. So you should regularly check your four-legged friend’s coat to check for their presence. Preventively apply a pesticide.

7. It is essential to check the animals every day to verify that there are no pathogen eggs in the fur of guinea pigs, rabbits, and dogs. Keep the living area clean and disinfected.

elephant protected by OBAMALLA® shading mesh for animals from the sun structure for shade netting
OBAMALLA® sun protection netting prevents animals from suffering from excessive heat.

How to protect animals from heat in zoos?

Summer and high temperatures (often exceeding 35°C and with high humidity) can be dangerous for animals, especially when they have limited areas of movement, such as in zoos. Therefore, practical measures must be implement to protect them from summer heat and the risks that arise from it.

ocelot enclosure protected by an OBAMALLA® mesh structure for shade netting
Adequate shading of the zoo animals in summer with a shading net helps to protect them from the dangers of the heat during this time of the year.

Outdoor animals must have shaded areas.

During the hottest hours of the day, the risk of heatstroke or burns increases.

The temperature range that defines the thermal comfort zone is specific to different breeds and varies according to age, physiological state, and health conditions. For example, due to the heat on farms, cows produce up to 10% less milk due to stress. For cows, the ideal climate is between 22 and 24 degrees; beyond this limit, animals eat little, drink a lot, and produce less milk.

Animal netting installed in the area of a polar bear shade netting structure
The OBAMALLA® provides shade for the animals during the hottest hours of the day.

Climatic conditions

When environmental conditions exceed critical limits and the heat produced or absorbed is greater than dissipated, the animal enters hyperthermia. Prolonged exposure to environmental heat conditions compromises the body’s thermoregulatory capabilities, causing stress, illness, or even death of the animal.

Prevent heatstroke with shading mesh for animals

The body defends itself against heat through three mechanisms: sweating, vasodilation, and breathing. Sweating removes heat from within the body and brings it to the surface of the skin; evaporation, a very endothermic process, removes heat from the body. Vasodilation allows for greater blood flow in peripheral areas, facilitating heat loss and thus cooling the body. Finally, the increase in the frequency of breaths in the presence of high temperatures allows the oral cavity to cool.

shading mesh for animals covering elephants in summer season shade netting structure
the OBAMALLA® anti-heat net helps animals to keep cool in summer seasons.

Shading mesh for animals reduces heat stress

Heat stress generates an adaptive response that is more or less effective depending on the intensity and stress conditions. In general, it can be stated that exposure to high temperatures for prolonged periods worsens the physiological state of the animal. It is important to emphasize that the negative effects of heat stress do not stop with the disappearance of the causes (high temperatures). Over the years, various bioclimatic indices have been developed to express the level of discomfort caused by unfavorable weather conditions.

small aviary protected by an obamalla structure for shade netting
OBAMALLA® shading netting is indispensable for animals in outdoor enclosures to protect them and reduce heat stress.

Mesh benefits

THI (temperature and humidity index) is a bioclimatic index that combines the simultaneous effect of temperature and relative humidity and is used to characterize heat stress in animals in zoos. In addition to temperature, other environmental parameters. Such as relative humidity, solar radiation, and wind contribute to delimiting the thermoneutral zone.

The temperature range that defines the thermal comfort zone is species-specific, and within the same species, it varies by age. OBAMALLA® shading mesh for animals allows achieving more acceptable environmental conditions, avoiding stress and diseases in animals.

Lions resting in the shade of an obamalla shading mesh for animals
Using an OBAMALLA® shade net allows a more suitable environment for the animals to rest in a cool area and protected from the heat, this will reduce the likelihood of the animals contracting diseases from the heat.

Description: OBAMALLA® shading mesh for animals maintains suitable environmental parameters in zoos and protects dogs, cats, rabbits, and hamsters from heat.

Fill out the form below to let us know your questions or comments:

Benefits of shade mesh for zoo animals

Shading mesh for pets and animals: An economical and versatile outdoor sun protection product that will keep animals cool in the heat

Protection of domestic animals through shading mesh for animals

Not everyone can have their dog at home all day while they are out. Some dogs are use to spending the whole day in the garden. But the heat can be particularly dangerous for dogs that stay outside.

If you have to leave the dog outside, make sure it has shade. Access to plenty of water, and plenty of space to move around. Unless it has a cooling system, never leave the dog outside for a long period. Especially when temperatures exceed 35 degrees. Shading mesh for animals will keep your animals cool, comfortable, and safe when temperatures rise.

dog under an OBAMALLA® shade netting structure
The OBAMALLA® pet net is very useful when leaving our dog in the garden, as it will provide a shaded area at his disposal.

Easy transport with shade for your pet

OBAMALLA® mesh is easy to transport, which can be useful if you need to take your dog somewhere else, providing quick shade. Material: high-density polyethylene stabilized against UV rays (HDPE), mold-resistant, and versatile. Suitable as a summer umbrella.

The shade rate varies from 30 to 90%, so it can be use for plants, flowers, fruit cover, and protection from direct sunlight.

It also reduces the temperature for the benefit of poultry, stables, and kennels. Our shade fabric can have perforations at each corner and be equipped with an elastic for easy hanging.

aviary in zoo with Obamalla installed shade net structure
Thanks to the shade rate provided by the OBAMALLA® we can create a favorable and cool environment for the birds in the aviaries by reducing the entrance of direct sunlight.

If you want to create a pleasant and shaded environment, OBAMALLA® shade mesh for animals will filter intense sunlight and create a cooler environment. If animals are in a cage (hamster, mice, birds, rabbits), they should be left in shaded and airy places.

Obamalla shading mesh for animals installed in zoo shade netting structure
The OBAMALLA® shading net is used to provide a cool place for animals by giving them a comfortable place to rest.

Danger with small animals

“Heatstroke” that occurs in small animals (especially dogs and cats) can be anticipate by observing the following warning signs: wheezing, panting, extreme thirst, frequent vomiting, pale gums, thick saliva, increased heart rate, and loss of skin elasticity. This can worsen into severe respiratory failure, seizures, and coma. If the animal is in distress and there is no possibility of immediate veterinary intervention, it should be immediately taken to a cool, shaded place.

You should lower the animal’s internal temperature by dampening it with a cloth on its head, neck, armpits, and groin. Then contact a veterinarian for appropriate treatment.

Obamalla installed in the enclosure of a zoo animal shade netting structure
it is important to install a mesh against the effects of the sun OBAMALLA® in the animal’s resting place as it will help to protect the animal and prevent it from suffering from heat stroke.

Tips to avoid health problems for cats, dogs, rabbits, and pet fish on hot days

  • Make sure animals always have access to shade and abundant fresh water.

Advantages of shading mesh

1. Shading mesh for animals provides an easily installable cool area anywhere, whether in yards, gardens, zoos, or kennels.

2. Avoid taking the dog out during the hottest hours preferring the morning or evening and always carrying water. Avoid letting the dog exercise on hot days.

3. To avoid sunburn, apply a high-protection sunscreen to the white ends of animals. Such as the tips of their ears, before letting them out in the sun or before taking them to the beach.

4. Keep the aquarium away from direct sunlight and change the water regularly, taking care to remove algae that form. If you have a pond in the garden with fish, remember to fill it regularly at night to compensate for evaporated water and replace lost oxygen.

5. Never leave the canary or hamsters in direct sunlight, place the cage in a shaded, airy, and cool place.

6. With high temperatures, fleas, ticks, and mites proliferate. So you should regularly check your four-legged friend’s coat to check for their presence. Preventively apply a pesticide.

7. It is essential to check the animals every day to verify that there are no pathogen eggs in the fur of guinea pigs, rabbits, and dogs. Keep the living area clean and disinfected.

elephant protected by OBAMALLA® shading mesh for animals from the sun structure for shade netting
OBAMALLA® sun protection netting prevents animals from suffering from excessive heat.

How to protect animals from heat in zoos?

Summer and high temperatures (often exceeding 35°C and with high humidity) can be dangerous for animals, especially when they have limited areas of movement, such as in zoos. Therefore, practical measures must be implement to protect them from summer heat and the risks that arise from it.

ocelot enclosure protected by an OBAMALLA® mesh structure for shade netting
Adequate shading of the zoo animals in summer with a shading net helps to protect them from the dangers of the heat during this time of the year.

Outdoor animals must have shaded areas.

During the hottest hours of the day, the risk of heatstroke or burns increases.

The temperature range that defines the thermal comfort zone is specific to different breeds and varies according to age, physiological state, and health conditions. For example, due to the heat on farms, cows produce up to 10% less milk due to stress. For cows, the ideal climate is between 22 and 24 degrees; beyond this limit, animals eat little, drink a lot, and produce less milk.

Animal netting installed in the area of a polar bear shade netting structure
The OBAMALLA® provides shade for the animals during the hottest hours of the day.

Climatic conditions

When environmental conditions exceed critical limits and the heat produced or absorbed is greater than dissipated, the animal enters hyperthermia. Prolonged exposure to environmental heat conditions compromises the body’s thermoregulatory capabilities, causing stress, illness, or even death of the animal.

Prevent heatstroke with shading mesh for animals

The body defends itself against heat through three mechanisms: sweating, vasodilation, and breathing. Sweating removes heat from within the body and brings it to the surface of the skin; evaporation, a very endothermic process, removes heat from the body. Vasodilation allows for greater blood flow in peripheral areas, facilitating heat loss and thus cooling the body. Finally, the increase in the frequency of breaths in the presence of high temperatures allows the oral cavity to cool.

shading mesh for animals covering elephants in summer season shade netting structure
the OBAMALLA® anti-heat net helps animals to keep cool in summer seasons.

Shading mesh for animals reduces heat stress

Heat stress generates an adaptive response that is more or less effective depending on the intensity and stress conditions. In general, it can be stated that exposure to high temperatures for prolonged periods worsens the physiological state of the animal. It is important to emphasize that the negative effects of heat stress do not stop with the disappearance of the causes (high temperatures). Over the years, various bioclimatic indices have been developed to express the level of discomfort caused by unfavorable weather conditions.

small aviary protected by an obamalla structure for shade netting
OBAMALLA® shading netting is indispensable for animals in outdoor enclosures to protect them and reduce heat stress.

Mesh benefits

THI (temperature and humidity index) is a bioclimatic index that combines the simultaneous effect of temperature and relative humidity and is used to characterize heat stress in animals in zoos. In addition to temperature, other environmental parameters. Such as relative humidity, solar radiation, and wind contribute to delimiting the thermoneutral zone.

The temperature range that defines the thermal comfort zone is species-specific, and within the same species, it varies by age. OBAMALLA® shading mesh for animals allows achieving more acceptable environmental conditions, avoiding stress and diseases in animals.

Lions resting in the shade of an obamalla shading mesh for animals
Using an OBAMALLA® shade net allows a more suitable environment for the animals to rest in a cool area and protected from the heat, this will reduce the likelihood of the animals contracting diseases from the heat.

Description: OBAMALLA® shading mesh for animals maintains suitable environmental parameters in zoos and protects dogs, cats, rabbits, and hamsters from heat.

Fill out the form below to let us know your questions or comments:

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