We are in the dog days of summer. Milo and Magic do not want to go out or do much during the hottest part of the day. Magic waits until the cool of the evening when she puts on a Weimaraner worthy demonstration of the zoomies.  

The ancient Romans called the hottest, most humid days of summer the dog days. The name came about because they associated the hottest days of summer with the star Sirius known as the “Dog Star." Sirius is the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major. Sirius also happens to be the brightest star in the night sky. Sirius is so bright that the ancient Romans thought it radiated extra heat toward Earth. During the summer, when Sirius rises and sets with the Sun, they thought Sirius added heat to the Sun's heat to cause hotter summer temperatures.