“The “dog days” of summer are in full swing as portions of the nation bake in 90- and 100-degree heat during what is climatologically the hottest time of the year.

We use this saying every year around this time, and its origins date back thousands of years. The phrase dog days goes all the way back to the ancient Egyptians, who reigned from around 3100 B.C. to 332 B.C. in northeast Africa.” Weather.com

This is Ansel who made some summer mud pies from a bucket of water. Do you have a fun summer pic of your pup? Please comment with a pic! Let’s have some fun.

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