By Cesar Millan
Happy summer to all my fans in the Northern Hemisphere! The season officially began on Friday, although my pack astronomer tells me it began late Thursday night in Los Angeles. In LA it’s hard to tell, though, because it seems like summer never ends here.
In any case, it’s time to get out there with your dogs for some fun in the sun, but I have some very important things to tell you so you can be properly prepared for the season.
I also decided to tell you in a very special way, so I’ve gathered Junior, Loretta and the rest of the pack at the Dog Psychology Center to show you how to make sure that your dog doesn’t get overheated as you head outside.
I explain how dogs deal with heat, why you shouldn’t overlook their paws, how to figure out if your dog is too hot and, finally, how to cool down an overheated dog — and how not to.
You’ll also get to see us go on a pack run and then a swim, and I’ll have more hot weather tips for you throughout the summer.
Stay calm and assertive, and thanks for watching!