To bring the temperature down you can have the dog stand in a pool or bath tub with cool water you can also use cool wet towels on the chest, head, neck, legs, armpits, and ears. Don't use cold water.
Dog fur can be a problem in the hot weather.
Overheating by panting, excessive thirst, bright red or dark tongue and gums. The dog is at risk of heatstroke. Dogs have a higher body temp than humans.
A fan helps the dog to bring its fur down to room temperature.
When taking a dog for a walk if you can't hold the back of your hand on the pavement for 5 seconds it's too hot to walk the dog. It is a good idea to always carry water for your dog on a hot day out, stop in the shade and offer the dog water. Try to walk in the shade with the dog.
Professional Pet Sitting Services offered in the Upper to Mid-Pinellas County Area