GREEN BAY, Wis. (WRFV) - Humans aren't the only ones coping with this heat wave. The recent high temperatures can be quite dangerous for pets, too.
According to the Bay Area Humane Society, you should probably put your pooch's walk on hold until it cools down. The hot concrete can burn their paws. Also, water should be available at all times.
"You can try to keep ice cubes in the bowl if there isn't any air conditioning," explained Kelly Sears, Director of Animal Welfare at Bay Area Human Society. "You can even do some fun things like freeze some chicken broth in ice cube trays as a treat to kind of help them keep cool."
A couple other things to keep an eye on. Your pet may be dangerously hot if they start to pant excessively or vomit.