This pool is more durable to withstand the high activity level of kids and/or dogs, as well as their sometimes sharp nails and teeth, come in various sizes to accommodate the needs of different breeds of dogs, and are made with features that enhance their usability, including sloping sides and ramps, continuous water flow, sprinklers, and more.
One of the easiest to setup swimming pools on the market....
Does your kids or dogs love being outside? We want to make those hot days more enjoyable for you and your family. Unlike most standard, plastic, off-the-shelf baby pool, This Portable dog Pool is robust and built to last.
Sturdy and durable
Made of quality, sturdy materials
Easy Set Up
Many sizes available
five-star reviews in 3 weeks
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Easy To Setup & Clean
This pool folds up for easy storage. To use it, all you have to do is unfold it and feel it with water. No need to worry about inflating it. The pool is also extremely easy to clean with a hose and gentle cleaner.
Built To Last
It is made out of safe PVC and fiberboard. It's well sealed and bound to last years, even with a large dog playing in it. Most dogs play rough, and when you get nails and teeth around a pool damage becomes very likely. However, this pool can stand up to quite a bit of punishment. It is built to last.
Different Sizes Available
You can purchase this pool in a variety of sizes, including small and extra-large. This allows you to purchase a pool that can accommodate whatever size kid/dog you have. Even the largest dogs can fit in the extra-large size of this pool.
Have peace of mind knowing that the pool won't leak or tear, while you enjoy watching your toddlers and/or puppies run, jump and swim around their new play area. The pool is deep enough for your kids/dog to get completely soaked and cool off by either sitting or standing!
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From USA TX
Puppy Loves It
“It is so much better than an inflatable or plastic baby pool! Love that this takes up less space in my garage than a hard plastic pool, and that I don’t have to blow it up like an inflatable pool. It is the summer in Alabama, so we have used this pool multiple times for my 2 year old son and he loves it. We plan to take it to the beach too, so we can fill it up and put it under the umbrella..”
From USA PA
“we bought the 120x30 pool for our almost 2 year old twins to replace the blow up pool we bought last year. We got sick of the blow up pool because we didn't have a place to store it while it was blown up, and hated blowing it up and the time consuming task of collapsing it every time we wanted the girls to use it. This pool is so great for what we need. It's the perfect size for our kids to cool off on a hot day. So easy to pop up, so easy to collapse, and so easy to store! I'm also excited to bring it to the beach with us this summer. So easy to travel with!.”
From USA TX
My Husky Loves It
“I bought this pool for my 45lb husky and she loves it! It easily accommodates her and our friends puggle. It is easy to set up and take down. It holds its shape well once filled with water and has withstood many hot summer puppy playdates..”
“This pool is well made, easy to fill and empty, and most importantly the 160x30 easily fits myself, my 3 year old, and my 20 lb schnoodle dog. I got it mainly for my child and me since we won’t be going to the public pool this summer, but I wanted something that would hold up to a dog’s nails because I was hoping to entice my schnoodle to come in even though he’s usually afraid of water. It is the perfect height for him to jump in and out and eventually by throwing his favorite squeaky balls in, I was able to get him to go in.”
-From USA AL-
“It’s exactly what I expected! It’s made of a strong material and my dog loves it. It’s very easy for her to get into the pool and even easier to move it, plus her nails aren’t tearing up the bottom.
The more you fill it the sturdier the thing gets. I haven’t filled it more than halfway, she’s not interested in it being more than that, but I definitely notice the sidewall having more rigidity when it was halfway.”
-From USA AK-
“Bought this pool to replace our blow up one since we were too lazy to deflate and inflate after the first setup - so it got nasty and we tossed it.
Since this pool is foldable and doesn't require any inflation, it's an absolute breeze to setup and take down. The drain spout is large enough to empty out the pool in a few minutes followed by a quick wipe down to dry it and simply fold it back up and put it back in it's bag.
Pics in my review are of the "LARGE" size and of my 4 year old having fun in the sun! It's perfect!”
-From USA AZ-
“Our old dog pool bit the dust, so I have been looking for a dog pool that is easy and convenient to put away once you're done using it. This pool is perfect. It is easy to put away and doesn't take up much room at all. The setup was easy and I love how the wall of the pool stays put and doesn't collapse as you are filling the pool up. The material is very durable for long term use. I would make sure you air dry the pool before putting it away to avoid mold and mildew. I also like how there are 2 plugs, one in the side and one on the bottom. That way if the lining does get a puncture from the dogs nails, you can still drain it from the bottom. I'm super happy with this purchase, but our dogs are even happier. Oh and if you have small children, you could use this as a pool for them too!! Highly recommended.”
-From USA AR-
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What is the difference between this pool and plastic kiddie pools?
Which Size is Perfect for my Dog?
For small dogs with 10lbs or 4.5kgs weight, the 60x20cm is recommended. For medium dogs with 25lb or 11.5kg weight the 80x20cm is recommended. For larger dogs with 80lb or 36kgs weight, the 120x30cm or above is recommended. If you have multiple dogs, we recommend you to go with a larger one.
How to introduce the dog to the pool?
Start with an empty and dry pool. Get them to jump in and just play around with you inside. Reward and praise. Throw in a ball or their favorite toy inside the empty pool. Slowly start adding water, little by little, while they are inside.
It may take a few hours to get them used to it or it may take a few weeks. Be patient with it. Dogs usually don’t take to water instantly, especially when they are adults. So give them time. Also, don’t use very cold or very hot water – just room temperature tap water, so they don’t get startled.
Once your dog gets used to the wetness inside the pool, increase the water content. Eventually, your dog will start looking at bath time as playtime. And then, they will jump right in with their toys at the very mention of it.
Is it bad for the dogs to drink pool water?
It is not bad for dogs to drink the pool water if you have used fresh tap water to fill it up. However, the longer the dog stays in, the dirtier the water will get. And if you’re using toys and soap, then it is definitely bad for the dog to drink it.
To battle this, simply keep the dog’s regular bowl of fresh water next to the pool and when they drink from the pool, give them treats as a reward. Encourage them to step out of the pool and drink from their usual bowl instead. Slowly, they’ll get there.
Until they do get trained, it is best that you use fresh water and get the pool cleaned at regular intervals and after every use.
What are the benefits of portable pools?
Portable pools can provide a cool place for your kids and dogs to relax on a warm day, or can provide hours of fun for active kids. Dogs love to play in water and can splash, wade, and retrieve toys all day long. Larger dog pools are great for active dogs that need to burn off some extra energy. For older or smaller dogs, small dog pools can provide a relaxing outdoor activity or a wonderful canine-human bonding experience.
Are dog pools safe for my kids and pets?
Portable pools are a wonderful way to keep your pet cool in the heat of the summer and can also provide hours of fun, but like any water-related activity, safety is an important factor in and around your portable pool. Kids and dogs should always be supervised when near portable pools, even if there is not much water in the pool. Portable pools should be cleaned often to avoid bacteria or algae growth. Portable pools should be located in a shady spot so the water does not get too hot in the afternoon sun and so your kid doesn’t get too much sun while spending hours in the pool.
Dog pools are a wonderful way to keep your pet cool in the heat of the summer and can also provide hours of fun, but like any water-related activity, safety is an important factor in and around your dog pool. Dogs should always be supervised when near dog pools, even if there is not much water in the pool. Dog pools should be cleaned often to avoid bacteria or algae growth. Dog pools should be located in a shady spot so the water does not get too hot in the afternoon sun and so your dog doesn’t get too much sun while spending hours in the pool. And small children should not be allowed in dog pools or remain unsupervised around them.
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