Fuloon PVC Portable Pet Swimming Pool
Last updated date: September 24, 2020
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In our analysis of 29 expert reviews, the Fuloon Fuloon PVC Portable Pet Swimming Pool placed 5th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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Give your furry friend the opportunity to cool off during those warm summer days, as well as a place to play and have fun. it's lovely for both toddlers and dogs cats pets, can be used to outdoor water pond, fish pond, baby bathtub, swim or dabble
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An Overview On Dog Pools
Our furry friends are pretty easy to please. All they want is to spend time with you and play with you. However, if you really want to give your pup a treat, especially in the warm weather, then you need to get them a little dog pool. This is a small wading pool made out of materials that are highly durable, so pups can splash around and play to their heart’s content.
In the summer months, dogs may need a little help cooling down if they are outside in the sun for long periods of time. A dog pool allows them to beat the summer heat comfortably. They can lay in the shallow water, roll around in it or play with some pup toys. The cool water helps to keep them from overheating.
Not only can the dog pool help to keep your pup at a comfortable temperature in the heat, you can have them clean off their muddy paws in the pool, too. If your dog doesn’t enjoy baths, getting a little pool set up for them outdoors is a good way to get them clean while they are having fun.
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Some dogs may be nervous around water, so to get them excited you can throw in a few toys they love. In the beginning, they may only want to dip their paw in and then get out. With time, they will learn that this water is safe and is there for them to have fun.
Keep in mind that you’ll have to groom your pup’s nails frequently so that they won’t puncture or scratch the pool material. Be sure to clean the water out and wash any toys after your dog is done playing so that there is no bacterial growth that can harm your pup.
The Dog Pool Buying Guide
- While you may be tempted to just use a kids’ inflatable pool for your pup, keep in mind that those will not last long under your pup’s sharp nails. Look for a dog pool that is made from a durable plastic or PVC material. Hard plastic is best because it cannot be deflated with their paws or a bite.
- Consider how much storage space you have. While hard plastic pools are highly durable and long-lasting, they can be difficult to store if you have a small outdoor space. You can also get hard plastic pools that are foldable. This makes it convenient to store them in a garage or shed when not in use.
- The size of pool you need will depend on the size and temperament of your dog. If your pup is large and excitable, you’ll need a large pool for them to splash around in. If you have a calm dog that just wants to lounge in a pool, you can get away with a smalle one. If you have multiple dogs, you’ll need a large pool so they can enjoy it together.