Our buddy Bear, is all grown up now, and ready to offer his sage dog advice on staying cool this summer. He has a paws on the ground perspective. You should listen to him because he travels every season up to Lake Tahoe, experiencing extreme winter and summer!
Dog Days of Summer
Woof! It's me, Bear the dog. It seems humans have been growling a lot lately about how hot it is. Record-breaking weather. Triple-digit temperatures. No air conditioning because of major power outages. Sweltering heat and high humidity.
You probably didn't think we dogs picked up on stuff like this. With our exceptional hearing, our dog-ears hear everything! So, I'd like to offer up a little dog food for thought to help put this summer heat in dog perspective. Oh, and woof! I'll also share with you some of my tips for staying cool in the Dog Days of Summer.
Am I a scary dog or a lucky dog? Big dogs, and often even their shadows, can seem scary to people, but as a large adopted as an adult dog, I'm more lucky than scary. I can cast a mean looking shadow on my afternoon walk, but this senior dog couldn't be more lamb than wolf.