KNOW THESE BASICS. HELP OTHERS. July 15, 20210friendsofhdpadmin It’s that time of year – really hot!If you see something, say something. SHADE & WATER. Protect your pet from the sun’s rays and keep them hydrated.NO CARS. Never leave a pet in the car, not even with the window cracked. NO ASPHALT. If it’s too hot for bare feet, it’s too hot for bare paws.LIMIT EXERCISE. Don’t let playful pets over exert themselves in the heat.HEAT STROKE. Excessive panting, discolored gums, and mobility problems are signs. Seek veterinary attention immediately.GOING TO THE DOG PARK? Please pay special attention to our furry friends on these hot days. Watch for excessive play and possibilities of heat stroke. Watch your dog, of course. Also watch others.