Jun 9, 2012 7:25 PM by Lacey Steele

Dogs in Pueblo know how to beat the heat

Pueblo is hot, and everybody has their favorite way to cool off, like those of us who find pools extremely tempting.

Several people jumped into them Saturday when the temps were up around 100.

Maybe we should take advice from the dogs.

Almost every dog at the bark park was staying in the shade.

Only a few ventured out to play.

"Pueblo is always hot," said Lurok Santillanes, a dog owner. "It's always hotter than most of the other cities, but when we come out here, we try to get the shade."

Remember, you should always keep yourself and your pets hydrated when it's hot.



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