Head out the window, air in his face, drool blowing all over - dogs seem so happy in a car. While they may be happy, it is important for pet owners to consider whether they are safe of not. With this in mind, Mona B. and her husband Gene J. have developed a product called the DOGGIE BREEZE. Their ingenious invention has been specially created to increase the safety of dogs when left in a parked vehicle, as it would help prevent the worry of heat exhaustion. Its unique design offers easy to install and remove features while allowing a free flow of air and an unobstructed view to keep the pet entertained. Additionally, with this product, the dog's safety would be increased while riding in the vehicle, head and paws safely inside. The DOGGIE BREEZE is affordable, lightweight and certain to appeal to a wide market of consumers worldwide. This original idea is now being made available for licensing to manufacturers interested in new product development, especially in the automotive and pet products industry.

The couple is hoping to have the DOGGIE BREEZE in full production and available to the public within the very near future. Today, Invention Technologies, of Coral Gables, Florida, is handling the function and structural details of the invention. For more information about the DOGGIE BREEZE, call (800) 940-9020 ext 2285 or email to Invention Technologies, Inc. is handling the publicity and public relations for the DOGGIE BREEZE.