You can always come into illa Carlemany, even if you are with your dog. Pets are welcome, but they must be leashed and care taken: be mindful of the space, avoid escalators, and take advantage of the areas set aside for pets when you enter the supermarket.
We recommend that you visit Hunter by Yorky’s on the 2nd floor. Here you’ll find everything you need for your pet’s well-being, with a wide assortment of accessories, food, and a grooming service.
And while it may not seem so, dogs do feel the heat, and a lot. Just as we know to follow recommendations and take measures during an intense heat wave, we must also take precautions with our furry friends at home. Dogs don’t sweat like humans, but they do, to some extent, through their paws and by panting, to control their body temperature. If they suffer from heat stroke, they become disoriented, their tongues turn bright red, they vomit and shiver. When these symptoms appear, you need to act quickly: get them into the shade or a cool place, shower them after a while – but not with very cold water – or wrap some ice in a towel and place it on the neck, head, armpits and groin of the animal. Its temperature should be taken every 10 minutes and when stable, at 39°C, the dog should be taken to the vet.Of course, while strolling around illa Carlemany you shouldn’t have to worry, you won’t suffer heat stroke as it is always comfortable here, in fact, it’s a good place to take refuge during the hot hours of the day and peacefully enjoy everything on offer in the centre of Andorra.