It is commonly known that dogs, unlike humans, are not able to sweat because their body does not have enough sweat glands. This is why you may notice your dog panting a lot, especially on hot summer days. Don’t worry, though. Everything is normal. This is just a way for your dog’s body to regulate its temperature. But that doesn’t mean dogs can’t get heatstroke, so it’s important to know what to look for. With that in mind, what are the signs of heatstroke in dogs?