Plastic Pools

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Plastic Pools

Post by Katlin » Sun Jul 07, 2013 8:40 am

I don't have everyone here on facebook so I thought I'd share our pool story here too. Our weather went from (this is in Celsius) 21 up to 38 within two days so both dogs were having a very hard time keeping cool. My roomie and I decided to go for broke and bought a $25 plastic kiddie pool. Best purchase I have ever made for the pups:



Wylie was nervous of it at first but loved it after about 2 minutes of pacing around in the water. Now I have to keep refilling the pool because he digs and splashes with such force that it empties half the pool in 20 minutes.

For any tamaskan owners that are contemplating getting one I strongly recommend it, especially if it's over 25 degrees. Obviously they have to be supervised in the pools.
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Post by Sylvaen » Sun Jul 07, 2013 9:26 am

I need to buy a pool like this but they are really hard to find over here! :(
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Post by JoaquimJoe » Sun Jul 07, 2013 12:08 pm

great to see, espealy when the other dog is retrieving, that look on Wylie's face.....really nice
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Post by AlexandraS » Sun Jul 07, 2013 5:26 pm

haha, laios does the same in our dog pool..digging out all the water! :lol:

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Post by TParham86 » Sun Jul 07, 2013 5:46 pm

I too finally got a pool for my dog :D It's of course hot over here in AZ and now that I finally moved out the apartments and into a house I bought Mona a Canine Splash Pool. I posted the link below in case anybody is curious about it :) She too loves digging the water out :lol:

http://www.hammacher.com/Product/Default.aspx?sku=81923

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Post by Tiantai » Sun Jul 07, 2013 6:25 pm

Sylvaen wrote:I need to buy a pool like this but they are really hard to find over here! :(
Except you need a BIGGER pool :lol:
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Post by Karen » Sun Jul 07, 2013 6:44 pm

Rahne: We use those plastic play-sand shells for kids, but the dogs destroy them completely.
What I use for my coydogs, and are looking for more are those plant containers you see in public, open area's. They belong to the city but I got one via via. They are light, plastic but look like concrete and prety much indestructible! :mrgreen:
They have little holes in the bottom to prevent plants from drowning, but just put silicon on them. And it works really good!!

So...am trying to get more. One in every kennel..

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