How Do Dogs Sweat?

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Unlike us, dogs can’t take their clothes off when they get too hot. Dogs cannot sweat, that's why they pant. Dogs pant because it helps them circulate air quickly over the moist tissue in their mouth and on their tongue.
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How do dogs sweat?
Under their fur
Under their tongues
Through their footpads
They do not sweat
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Dogs have sweat glands on their pads and feet. Their armpits and skin do not have sweat glands. The most efficient method for dogs to release heat from their body is panting where they stick out their tongues.
Dogs normally sweat, but in regions that are a little different from those of humans. Dogs usually sweat through their pads and feet. Their main process of ridding themselves from heat is by panting, which is a exceptionally different method than what humans generally use.
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Dogs unlike humans do not sweat as we do. You can see a dog panting with it tongue will hang out but does not deal well with keeping cool. A dog however has sweat glands in is footpads
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Answer Dogs only sweat through their feet. Dogs reduce their temperature by panting which cools them by evaporating water from their tongue.
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Dogs' bodies have very few sweat glands, and most of those are in the footpads
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