Once a dog's body temperature has increased, they don't have the option of sweating to cool down in the way that people do. Dogs have some sweat glands, and this is through their paw pads, but panting is the real MVP when it comes to lowering a dog's body temperature. Panting circulates air around their body, helping to cool them down the natural way.
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