FrontPet Foldable Dog Pool Pet Bathing Tub, Kiddie Pool, (Small - Extra Large)
- LARGE: Diameter of 50 inches and 12 inches deep.
- DURABLE: Constructed from extra-tough PVC material made for long lasting use. Perfect dog toy or pet toy for your animal
- SIMPLE USE: Simply fill with water and open sealed drain to empty before storage or transportation
- FUN: Give your dog something to enjoy in the summer heat and its large enough for you to hop in as well acting as a mini pool. Can also be used for a pet bathing tub
- PORTABLE: Pool drains and fold up and is easy to transport to bring with you and your dog everywhere. Can also be used as a dog pool, dog bath tub, outdoor water pond, fish pond, baby bathtub
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Beat the Heat This Summer With The Front Pet Dog Pool!
Does your dog love being outside?
FrontPet wants to make those hot summer days more enjoyable for your dog!
This is not your standard, plastic, off-the-shelf baby pool. This pool is made for dogs and it's built to last!
Have peace of mind knowing that the pool won't tear or leak, while you watch your pup run and jump in and out of the water!
The pool is 12" deep and 50" in diameter, so large dogs can get completely soaked and cool off while either sitting, standing or lying down in the pool! This dog pool is portable easy to take on the go. When the pool is empty and dry, just fold and pack it up. It's that simple!
Setting the pool up and taking it down is quick and easy. To set the pool up simply make sure the drain plug is closed and then place a running garden hose inside the pool to the desired depth.
When your canine friend is finished playing, or when the water becomes dirty and the pool water needs to be changed, just release the drain plug and let the water empty out. Note, If you do use the pool on a hard surface, it's best to place a durable bottom material, such as a tarp, beneath it for added protection.
FrontPet Large Dog Pool Features:
- Large Dimensions: 12" deep and 50" diameter so your dog can beat the heat no matter their size!
- Attached drain plug that allows you to quickly empty your pool!
- Paneled segments that allows you to fold your pool for compact storage!
- Your pool is always ready to go because there is no inflation required! Simply unfold and fill!
- Durable bottom ensures your pool will not rip or puncture when your pet is enjoying the pool!
Easy to Use Drain Plug
The attached drain plug lets you quickly empty the pool.
Puncture and Slip Resistant Material.
The tough bottom and sides prevents tears and provides a non-skid surface for your pet to stand on.
Sturdy Side Pannels
Segmented side panels let the pool fold down for compact storage.
Available in Multiple Sizes.
Let Your Dog Cool Off and Play
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|Item Dimensions||50.00 x 50.00 x 11.80 inches||37.00 x 24.00 x 10.00 inches||63.00 x 63.00 x 11.80 inches||63.00 x 63.00 x 12.00 inches||63.00 x 63.00 x 12.00 inches||16.00 x 7.00 x 13.00 inches|
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2. Finally find one. It's $80.
3. Think about how much I like my dog. Decide not that much.
4. Wife tells me I like my dog exactly that much.
5. Grumble and then buy pool.
6. Set up, fill with water, dog very happy.
7. Leave for half an hour.
8. Come back home to pool eaten and spread all over my back yard.
9. This is a dog pool like I'm a pterodactyl. It's just a pool. Your dog will eat it.
We actually have two pools of this style- one really big one from another company (64"x12") which we set up in the bigger yard, and I bought this smaller one (50"x12") which is size Large by Frontpet, for placement in a smaller area. I have 2 big labs, and one can fully sit, lay down in this. Two can be in together splashing around. It is a good size without taking up too much space. This pool is sturdy, has a nice drain plug, and is easy to empty. I haven't had to refold it up, so I can't yet comment on that. But I have filled and drained a few times so far.
I want to add that I keep the nails on my two labs trimmed. They don't really dig at the material. I also never ever see them chew on the pool. They are not destroyers. So if you have a dog that seeks to destroy everything in its path, then this is likely not for you.
What I like about it, and what made me purchase it. I simply wanted a pool or two for my dogs. I initially looked at this style, saw some of the negative reviews of horror stories of dogs damaging them, saw the high price, and forgot about it- decided to look elsewhere. So I had gone the cheap route and purchased a huge, large soft sided kid pool for like $10 at a local variety store. It worked out well enough, but it was annoying to clean out (I think I went too large). It was a good starter pool so I could see if my dogs even liked it. If these pools don't work out for whatever reason, I may go back to that annoying but cheap variety. By end of season I just threw it out. Following season, I decided on more cheap toddler pools- the kind that are a molded hard plastic. I went with middle size. I would have gone with the largest, but I didnt think it would fit in my SUV, nor was I sure if I could drain it all that easily. So small ones worked, but my labs couldn't lay down in them. They could step in, but their bums hung over side. At seasons end, one was relegated to becoming a large litter box- my cats think it is a great idea!, and the other as a container for my dogs outside toys. Now into third season, and thinking about what I want.. I revisited these styles of pools. As mentioned, I bought a super sized one (64")from another company- and love it. Then on a whim I decided I wanted another one, but smaller (say 48-50") Other company had a smaller size, but was still pretty expensive (mind as well get another big one).. then I saw this company had the smaller-ish size (50") that I was looking for for, and at a better price. So now I have two pools that are holding up to TWO BIG DOGS jumping in and out, playing as young dogs do. I am enjoying the ease of emptying it and refilling it, moving it around, etc. AND THE POOLS ARE BOTH HOLDING UP. So far so good.
Giving full rating as it is holding up for my needs. But,
IF ANYTHING CHANGES, I will be back to update my review. I am an avid reviewer and I aim to be helpful.