Happy SUMMER Fur-babes!!!
If you are a furry fan, you’ve probably seen the movie Beverly Hills Chihuahua. If so, you’ll recognize our Pups Poolside with Chihuahua Actor Chloe sitting with the friends on her custom, floating, island oasis. What summer would not be complete without a trip to the pool for some relaxing floating or fun water games.
For the pampered pup in your life you can pick up a Paw Pool or Bone Pool are available on-line through One Dog One Bone, (www.onedogonebone.com). The bone pool will run you about $359.99 while the Paw Pool will cost you $160.
Can’t decide which one to purchase? The Bone Pool weighs approximately 21lbs (11x44x66) and holds 85 gallons of water, whereas the Paw Pool only weighs 7lbs (6x38x39) and will hold 20 gallons of water. They are made from industrial truck bed liner materials and each have a speciality cap for easy draining.
If you not in the market for a canine novelty pool, but still want to splurge on your pup you can try out PetEdge’s (www.petedge.com) Guardian Gear Dog Pool for $64.99. Available in blue and red with inflatable sides, your pup is sure to enjoy cooling off from the mid-day heat.
For the thrifty, another option would be your standard children’s kiddie pool available at Toys R Us, Rite Aid, Pet Smart and Home Depot. The price varies depending upon the size, but you’ll probably see them for about $7-$25.
Whether your out at the lake or playing in your back yard, be sure to check out these pool safety tips for pups http://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Basics/Care/Seasons/Pools.aspx and always supervise your pet around water.
- SI, Inc. Researched & Written by: S.R.
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