HOWARD: IT’S SUMMER AND WE KNOW YOU’RE HOT, BUT SO IS YOUR DOG. HOT TEMPERATURES CAN LEAD TO HEAT STROKE OR HEAT EXHAUSTION IN YOUR ALEX CERBALL IS LIVE AT THE HAWAIIAN HUMANE ALEX: AND YOUR DOG AND REMEMBER- TO PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR DOG TO SEE IF THEY ARE SHOWING ANY SIGNS OF DISCOMFORT. Suns out- tongues out. Dogs can overheat and they’ll show you when they are in is really key to making sure that they are still doing good. We met Tracy Mullen and her dog Barboza at Diamond head dog park- an area with plenty of shade. TRACY: for a day like today, I enough to drink, even at the could do anything. nats- watch and make sure she is not panting heavily We also went to the Hawaiian Humane Society to summer. It’s been so muggy and what people don’t realize is that pets can even overheat when they are at the beach or on a hike. And they get overheated fast ALEX CERBALL, WAIALAE : there you go, good girl. Guys this is Dixie. She is really cute, but if you start to notice that your dog is overheating, On their chest, on their paws, and also on their belly. And always remember to bring water with you. be on the lookout for shady areas where dogs can rest. Jeff Sheth says he knows when his dog littles is getting hot, because she likes to stick to the shade. JEFF SHETH, DOG OWNER: normally I just pay attention to her a lot. If I see her overheating, then I get water ALEX: REMEMBER- ALWAYS BRING WATER, AND THE SHADE.