7 Tips for Living Successfully with an Epileptic Dog

Living with our epileptic dog Sammy for over five years taught me a lot. She taught me about love—and the value of waterproof pee pads! Most of all, being Sammy’s human taught me that your dog doesn’t have to be perfect to be the perfect dog for you.

Of course, Sammy also taught me a lot about epilepsy.

Epilepsy in dogs is a frightening but fairly common occurrence, especially in certain breeds like beagles, golden retrievers, Labrador retrievers, and Shetland sheepdogs.

It’s caused by something abnormal in the brain, so though it cannot be cured, it can be managed in a variety of ways. Speaking with a trusted vet is the best way to learn about treatment options, so make sure to visit yours right away if your dog experiences any seizures.

If you’re currently living with an epileptic dog, here are some tips that helped make life a little smoother for my family. I hope they can do the same for yours.

1. Don’t let epilepsy hold you and your pup back!

Yes, epilepsy is a scary thing, but it’s not a death sentence. Your dog can live a happy, healthy and wonderful life despite their diagnosis.

You can still camp, swim, hike and cuddle with your epileptic pup! This shouldn’t change any of the fun things you do together. It’ll just make you appreciate the good times that much more.

2. Be prepared.

You never know where or when a seizure is going to hit, so you should always be prepared. This means having medication with you and making sure your dog is always wearing their ID tags in case they run off.

It’s also a good idea to have a plan in place for the moment a seizure hits. My husband and I had it down to a science, with one of us yelling “seizure” when we were woken up by her familiar thrashing.

We’d move her into a safe area, grab towels and try to calm her. Develop your own plan based on your pup’s specific needs.

3. Make your home a seizure-friendly oasis.

Think of your dog a little like you would a toddler. Sharp edges? Cover them! Fragile things on the edges of shelves? Move them somewhere else!

Your dog just might run into those edges and knock over those shelves when they’re having a seizure, so better to be safe. And though seizures are unexpected, you might find your dog does have a pattern.

Sammy used to have seizures in the early morning hours. This is why we eventually made her stop sleeping on our tall bed (we didn’t want her to roll off), and made her a comfy, safe area in the room with a soft, waterproof blanket for padding (because you know, the peeing).

4. Learn all about the medicines that are prescribed for your dog.

Many of them are super-effective, but they often come with specific side effects or can cause issues for some dogs.

Be aware, be informed, and always talk to your vet if you have any concerns about your dog’s treatment.  And don’t forget to ask questions—lots and lots of questions!

Remember, you are your dog’s advocate and their best friend. It’s up to you to stand up for them and figure out the best way to treat their epilepsy.

5. Make sure everyone around you is well-informed.

This means your dog sitter, your family and friends coming over for a BBQ, your buddies at the dog park, etc. The more support the better, and this way you won’t have to worry about people freaking out if they see your dog having a seizure.

6. Write everything down!

This goes along with the previous tip, but it’s essential to take notes and have easily accessibly information about your dog’s condition, as well as tips on how to deal with it.

This is especially important when it comes to dog sitters, walkers, and anyone else who is ever alone with your dog. When a seizure hits it’s much easier to avoid panic and fear when there are clear instructions to help.

7. Don’t forget to breathe and cut yourself some slack.

I’m not going to lie. Living with an epileptic dog is no picnic, but it doesn’t have to be a terrible situation. Sure, it’s going to be frustrating when your dog pees all over your new rug while they’re having a seizure, or when the medication makes them jumpy, but they’re still going to be your furry best friend.

So give them a treat, a cuddle, and your unconditional love, because it’s all worth it.

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Prime Day’s Hottest Pet Deal is This Crazy-Cool Portable Dog Bath

A hugely successful crowdfunding campaign launched BISSELL’s BarkBath, which quickly sold out for months in advance. It’s now available on Amazon—and at a discount for Prime Day!

It’s easy to see why dog lovers are crazy for this at-home grooming system. Basically, it works like a carpet cleaner—for your dog. Because the tank captures the dirty water, it’s mess-free, and it uses FAR less water than the tub.

Regularly $149.90, now $119.99

This is a lightning deal, which means that once it sells out, it’s gone. It’s live from 4 pm – 12 am, PST.

Pro tip: if your dog is scared of the vacuum cleaner, you might have to skip this one, as it sounds similar to a household vacuum.

How the BarkBath works

  • Cleans from the skin up with specially designed nozzles that get beneath the fur
  • Cleans an 80lb+ dog with up to 50 times less water versus traditional bathing in a tub
  • Dirty water is captured in a separate tank

Muddy dogs, look out!

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Prime Day Deals on Toys and Tricks to Keep Dogs Busy While You’re Away

Your dog might get lonely—but these make it easier to pass the time. We combed through all the Prime Day dog deals to find you the best options for puzzle toys and more.

Looking for more top dog picks? The Rover Amazon store is now live, featuring suggestions from the nation’s largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers.

Fill this puzzle toy with treats to help your dog pass the time while you’re away.

$11.93 with an additional 20% off

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Great for dogs who gulp their food too quickly, this popular puzzle feeder helps slow down meal time.

From $9.99 with additional 20% off

Curious and lonely dogs alike love to peek through the fence to see what’s happening on the other side. Plus, just think of the photo opps.

$34.99 plus an additional 20% off 

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The incredibly popular puzzle toy now has a line designed especially for aging pets. Stuff with treats or freeze with peanut butter for extra fun.

$6.90 with an additional 20% off

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This puzzle toy is a hit with the Rover community; it keeps dogs guessing and playing even without treats.

$12.89 (57% off) for the ginormous size!

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19% 0ff! Keep an eye on your pets while you’re away with this wide-angle, zoomable, and night vision enabled camera. Use the app to play games with and talk to your pet, too.

Regularly $143.66 now $129

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10 Tips To Help Your Exuberant Dog Interact With Other Pups

Dogs are social creatures who often enjoy making new four-legged friends. In fact, some pups enjoy these interactions so much that their over-excitement comes off as being hyper, or even slightly aggressive. (Not sure if your dog is being territorial or just overeager? Check out Is Your Dog Aggressive Or Exuberant? Here’s How To Tell.)

If your find that your companion is on the exuberant side, his “love too hard” nature may result in lunging, leash-pulling, or unwelcome roughhousing, leading to sore arms for you or an altercation with his unsuspecting new pal.

But not to worry, certain things can be done to avoid this type of situation. Here are 10 tips to help your exuberant dog interact with other pups.

1. Be aware of your surroundings.

You know your dog better than anyone, and if she’s easily excitable, you should always be aware of dogs coming your way. This certainly doesn’t mean you have a bad dog, just one that is reactive, as many dogs are. If you’re out walking with your pooch and she tends to be hyper around others, know your surroundings so you can act accordingly.

2. Know when to keep your distance.

Lunging and raised hackles are signs that your dog is anxious of the newcomer, and in this case, it’s best to keep your distance so that neither acts in defensiveness. After all, our pups are very in tune with their senses, and the dog coming your way may be the one who’s aggressive. There’s no shame in crossing the street to keep the two separated, just to be safe.

3. Keep a close eye on body language.

Of course, there are times when you and your dog are in close quarters with another, and if they get along, it can be fun for everyone! When introducing dogs, it is key to pay attention to their body language. Unfortunately, you can never guarantee that the other person is being as cautious as you, so it’s imperative that you approach the new pooch slowly, especially if they’re on leashes. If either dog growls or acts aggressively as you close the space between them, turn around and walk away.

4. Keep high-value treats on hand.

The Humane Society of the United States suggests keeping high-value treats on hand so that you can reward your pup as he slowly approaches his new friend. Give him treats for remaining calm as he approaches a new dog, and if he begins to get overexcited, stop until he settles back down. If he begins misbehaving, turn around; if you continue to near the other pooch, you’ll be rewarding his unwanted behavior.

5. Make introductions in neutral territory.

If you arrange a play date so your jubilant dog can make new friends, don’t let him into another pup’s territory right off the bat – or vice versa. If your energetic dog bolts into another pooch’s space (say, you’ve brought your dog to your friend’s house and he runs through the door), the other dog may feel threatened and act territorially. Likewise, don’t let your friend’s dog charge into your house right off the bat.

Here’s a better approach: if you’ve invited someone and their pup over, allow your dog to greet the newcomer outside first (and not in the enclosed territory of their home) so they can get to know each other. Then, let the new dog in the house so she can sniff around and get acclimated without getting mowed over by your eager pup. Last, bring your dog in to meet back up with his friend, and as always, reward polite behavior.

6. Never let an unleashed dog approach your leashed dog (if you can help it).

When a dog feels threatened, their exuberance can turn into fear aggression. It is never a good idea to let an unleashed dog approach a leashed dog, if you can help it, as the pup that’s contained can feel trapped and act on their vulnerability. If you choose to go to a dog park, do not keep your pooch on a leash to be swarmed by other dogs. If he cannot handle running free among other pups within a safely enclosed area, you should avoid dog parks altogether.

7. Have a proper leash and harness/leader.

All dog owners should have a durable leash that’s safe length (not so long that your pup can wander out of your control) and comfortable to hold. Likewise, they should also have an appropriate harness. Especially for excitable dogs, attaching their leash to their collar can choke them if they lunge, and the pressure can lead to health issues in the future. Front-clipping harnesses are a good bet to keep pulling at bay, and some even have handles on the back that you can grab hold of if your dog starts to get out of control. Another safe option is a head collar, which loops around your pup’s muzzle.

8. Discourage play that’s too rough.

When high-energy dogs get playing, sometimes it can get too rough. One’s exuberance can overshadow the other, and a wrestling match can quickly turn into an altercation. The discouragement of rough play starts with your interaction with your pooch: if you like to “wrestle” with your dog or let her nip your hands, she’ll associate this behavior with affection and display it toward other dogs. If the two of your are playing and she starts to get overexcited, stop the game so you don’t reinforce the behavior. The same goes with rough play with other dogs; if she gets carried away, it’s time to separate the two until they calm down.

9. Don’t overwhelm your dog.

Easily excited dogs may get overwhelmed in situations where there is too much stimuli, like being surrounded by other dogs in a dog park. This can lead to snappy behavior, so if you’re working on calmer interactions with your companion, stick to one-on-one meetings, at least until he learns to calm down.

10. Find other pups whose energy level matches your dog’s.

Arranging a play date between your energetic dog and a mellow pooch may not be the best idea. Playful pups often instigate others, trying to engage them in play, and this could lead to an annoyed reaction from a dog who’d rather just chill. Instead, try to match your pooch with others of similar energy levels, and the two can romp around until they’re both tired out!

Tags: behavior, energy, exuberant, play, safety, tips

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Here Are All the Best Prime Day Deals for Dog People

It’s Prime Day, which means dog deals galore. Each ‘lightning deal’ lasts just six hours, so you gotta jump on it!

We combed through all the dog bargains to find you the best. And it gets even better. The Rover Amazon store is now live, featuring top dog picks from the nation’s largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers.

Let’s do this!

To get these deals, you’ll need to have Amazon Prime, if you don’t already. You can try it for free for 30 days.

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Your small dog (up to 25 lbs or so) rides comfortably and securely in this clever booster seat from respected dog gear brand Kurgo.

50% off at $26.99 

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What is even happening with the cuteness here?

$34.99 plus an additional 20% off 

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20% off this stylish, safe feeder that helps prevent mess and provides extra comfort for your pup.

$39.95 plus additional 20% off at checkout

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The incredibly popular puzzle toy now has a line designed especially for aging pets. Stuff with treats or freeze with peanut butter for extra fun.

$6.90 with an additional 20% off

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Throw one in the car and keep one in the house, and you’re set for any minor pet injuries or mishaps.

$12 plus an additional 20% off

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This puzzle toy is a hit with the Rover community; it keeps dogs guessing and playing even without treats.

$12.89 (57% off) for the ginormous size!

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blue wilderness dental chews grain free wild bones large dog
60% off grain-free tartar control chews for large dogs.

Now $10 for a 10-oz. bag

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old mother hubbard original assortment oven baked dog buiscuits large
22% 0ff a 3-pack of dog treats— over 10 lbs. of dog cookies. Includes 1 bag assorted, 1 bag peanut butter, and 1 bag bacon-and-cheese flavored treats.

Regularly $31.49 now $24.25 each

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oster professional turbo af 2 speed electric pet clippers
18% 0ff this 2-speed professional trimmers with #10 blade included.

Regularly $105.98 now $86.94

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nutro wholesome essentials large breed lamb and rice dog food kibble

25% 0ff  this GMO-free, pasture-fed lamb-and-brown rice recipe dog kibble.

Regularly $47.69 now $37.56 for a 30-lb. bag

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Pop this 20″x 16″ gel mat in the freezer for a few minutes and give your dog a truly frosty chill-out space.

Regularly $15.99: click for Prime Day pricing

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19% 0ff! Keep an eye on your pets while you’re away with this wide-angle, zoomable, and night vision enabled camera. Use the app to play games with and talk to your pet, too.

Regularly $143.66 now $129

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barkbath portable dog bath system
20% 0ff ! Revolutionary dog bathing system that washes your dog and sucks the dirty water and dirt right out of the coat. Give them a bath anywhere. The BarkBath was funded via IndieGoGo by enthusiastic dog lovers, and sold out months in advance of its launch.

Regularly $149.90 now $119.99

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This reliable pet collar brand keeps your dog looking good. This deal gives you 11 spring floral patterns to choose from.

Regularly $7.99: click for Prime Day pricing.

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Dog Racing “Death Camp” Is Finally Getting Shut Down

The Canidrome, a racetrack in Macau, China, is infamous for its widespread abuse of hundreds of racing greyhounds.

Described as “hell on Earth” by an update on a Change.org petition, the arena houses up to 800 Greyhounds at a time. The dogs are kept in cramped cages, dwelling in a basement of darkness with no air conditioning and intense humidity, according to Dogs Today Magazine. The article also states that the pups are forced to race even if they’re sick or injured.

After suffering through horrendous conditions during their racing careers, these Greyhounds cannot look forward to retirement; instead, they are euthanized. A story by the South China Morning Post explains that 30 dogs a month are killed at the Canidrome, and many of them young. Two or three year old dogs are routinely put to death if they are “not profitable” by being too unhealthy to race or if they “fail to place in the top three in five consecutive races,” reports the article.

But finally, the efforts of animal lovers are paying off. Local advocacy group ANIMA Macau launched a “Close the Canidrome” campaign in 2012 and have been working hard alongside other rescue groups to shut the arena down.

The Change.org update recounts some landmark events that have lead to the Canidrome’s closure:

A core feature of this campaign is the fight against the exportation of greyhounds to Macau from Australia and later on, from 2015/16, from Ireland and the UK.

Animals Australia, Animals Asia and the AFA Coalition became important allies straightaway on both those fronts (closing the Canidrome and stopping exports), and in later years they were joined by Caged NW, Greyt Exploitations and BGP in the UK, the Irish Council Against Blood Sports (ICABS), ARAN, Limerick Animal Welfare and Galway SPCA in Ireland, and Pet Levrieri in Italy.

The petition calling for the closure of the Canidrome, launched by Albano Martins and Grey2kUsa Worldwide, was signed by 367,097 people.

The petition to stop the exportation of Irish greyhounds to Macau, launched by GREY2K USA Worldwide, has reached 350,784 signatures.

In April 2016, activists in Ireland but mainly in the UK, coordinated by Caged NW, blocked a transport of 24 greyhounds destined for Macau.

Image Source: ANIMA Macau via Change.org

The one downside is that the arena won’t shut its doors until July 2018. So the next priority for advocates is to get the 650 dogs that are currently at the Canidrome into the safe and loving care of ANIMA Macau.

One major goal has been accomplished in the fight to end cruelty in the dog racing world. To let your voice be heard, sign this petition by ANIMA Macau, stating that the government should relinquish these pups to the rescue. With the help of dedicated animal advocates, these innocent animals can finally find their forever homes!

Tags: advocate, ANIMA Macau, Canidrome, greyhound, humane, news, racing

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Here Are the Best Prime Day Deals for Dog People

It’s Prime Day, which mean Amazon has some screaming deals on everything—including pet supplies. Each ‘lightning deal’ lasts just six hours, so if you want it, you gotta jump on it!

From toys to treats to high tech gadgets, there’s a Prime Day deal for every dog. We combed through all the dog bargains for you to showcase some of the best.

And it gets even better. The Rover Amazon store is now live, featuring top picks for dog essentials from the nation’s largest network of pet sitters and dog walkers.

Let’s do this!

To get these deals, you’ll need to have Amazon Prime, if you don’t already. You can try it for free for 30 days.

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midwest dog exercise pen
30% off  this exercise playpen for dogs. Includes eight 30″ high  by 24″ wide panels with snaps and ground anchors.

Regularly $37.73, now $26.52

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kong genius mike stuffable dog toy

This stuffable, freezable chew toy can be combined with other toys from the Genius line to make a mega puzzle.

Regularly $9.44 now click for Prime Day pricing

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summer bbq flavor nylabone flavor frenzy chew toy 3 pack
Around the world of flavor in just three chew toys. Flavors include corn on the cob, barbecue chicken, and ice cream sundae.

Regularly $9.94click for Prime Day pricing

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ultimate pet bed and lounge for dogs
25% 0ff . Premium 36″ x 28″ bed lounger with 4″ thick memory foam mattress and padded bolsters.

Regularly $119.95, now $89.95.

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29% 0ff  GPS location tracker and activity monitor that attaches to any collar. Monitor your pet by app and get alerts when they leave their safe zone.

Regularly $66.58 now $47.49

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Comfortable and secure life jacket with eye-catching safety color. Neck float keeps head safely above water.

Regularly $18.98 now click for Prime Day pricing

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Eliminate the dog hair tumbleweeds in your life with this super-efficient, self-cleaning shedding comb. Curved shape for your dog’s comfort.

Regularly $39.99 click for Prime Day pricing

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blue wilderness dental chews grain free wild bones large dog
20% off grain-free tartar control chews for large dogs.

Regularly $11.39 now $9.11 for a 10-oz. bag

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old mother hubbard original assortment oven baked dog buiscuits large
22% 0ff a 3-pack of dog treats— over 10 lbs. of dog cookies. Includes 1 bag assorted, 1 bag peanut butter, and 1 bag bacon-and-cheese flavored treats.

Regularly $31.49 now $24.25 each

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oster professional turbo af 2 speed electric pet clippers
18% 0ff this 2-speed professional trimmers with #10 blade included.

Regularly $105.98 now $86.94

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Begins 7:35 am / ends 1:35 pm

nutro wholesome essentials large breed lamb and rice dog food kibble

25% 0ff  this GMO-free, pasture-fed lamb-and-brown rice recipe dog kibble.

Regularly $47.69 now $37.56 for a 30-lb. bag

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Pop this 20″x 16″ gel mat in the freezer for a few minutes and give your dog a truly frosty chill-out space.

Regularly $15.99: click for Prime Day pricing

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Begins 1:50 pm / ends 7:50 pm


19% 0ff! Keep an eye on your pets while you’re away with this wide-angle, zoomable, and night vision enabled camera. Use the app to play games with and talk to your pet, too.

Regularly $143.66 now $129

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barkbath portable dog bath system
20% 0ff ! Revolutionary dog bathing system that washes your dog and sucks the dirty water and dirt right out of the coat. Give them a bath anywhere. The BarkBath was funded via IndieGoGo by enthusiastic dog lovers, and sold out months in advance of its launch.

Regularly $149.90 now $119.99

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This reliable pet collar brand keeps your dog looking good. This deal gives you 11 spring floral patterns to choose from.

Regularly $7.99: click for Prime Day pricing.

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How Your Dog Can Have Endless Fun with a Single Plastic Pool

Kiddos aren’t the only ones who can have a blast with a simple plastic wading pool. Dogs also love this classic (yet effective and cheap) way to stave off the heat.

Animal experts often say that a pool is the quickest way to cool a hot dog, in fact. This especially true if it’s kept in a shady spot. But there’s more than one way for pet parents to take advantage of a wading pool.

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We’ve rounded up some fun, creative ways to turn a kiddie wading pool into the go-to spot for your canine this summer.

1. An oasis of favorite toys

These don’t have to be water toys per se, but it’s pretty clear that certain plush toys won’t make the most ideal pool playthings. Stick to toys like floating balls, squeaky toys, rings and floaties that can handle those puncture-perfect dog nails.

2. A magical ball pit

Is your pup not a huge fan of water? There are plenty of techniques for luring them into the kiddie pool (treats anyone?)!

But if they need an even more exciting introduction, try filling the pool with plastic balls! We guarantee they’ll be in dog heaven – kind of like this fella.

3. Family-friendly splash mecca

So long as you have a baby-friendly dog (and a dog-friendly tot), you can put them together in the kiddie pool and watch the magical cuteness unfold. They’re bound to tire each other out, take a nap, and make summer a little less stressful for everyone.

Just be sure to keep a careful eye on them, of course. (Bonus if you do that from a nearby lounge chair.)

4. Super-cold spot with ice, ice baby

On those extra-toasty days, nothing will feel better to your pup than a pool of ice. Yep – it’ll melt pretty quickly in high temperatures, but not before Fido gets a chance to play with it.

Pro tip: snow-loving spitz breeds and other northern dogs might find this especially exciting.

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Looking for something other than just the basic backyard pool options? You can get other varieties of dog wading pools as well. The inflatable ones are better for small less destructive dogs, the foldable ones are conveniently portable, and the one-piece pools are generally made from thick plastic, making them sturdier than the others!

Best Dog Pool Options

Collapsible Pet Pool by PYRUS 

This pool has great reviews because of it’s simple yet super efficient design. Easily folded up and taken on the go, this doggie paradise is somewhat durable and a great option for backyard fun.

Foldable Dog Pool Bathing by Frontpet

This pool is made extra-sturdy, plus it’s super easy to set up and break down. Perfect for pups who aren’t too large, you can also use that as an outdoor bathtub after an especially dirty hiking adventure! Your dog will definitely appreciate having a little oasis of their own.

Bone Dog Pool by One Dog One

Want to spoil that pooch? Think about investing in this pool, which happens to be one of the best-rated dog pools around. Yes, the price is a little high compared to the others, but it’s really durable (made from heavy duty truck bed liner material) and will easily hold extra big dogs – or a few smaller ones.

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We know you’re going to be happy with your decision to invest in a kiddie pool for your pup. Not only will they adore it, but you’ll be less concerned about them overheating.

Safety tips: Always supervise your dog in the pool, and remember to be careful with puppies. Make sure the water is shallow.

Happy dog paddling!

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16 Retiring K-9 Officers Are Honored In An Official Ceremony

Law enforcement officers in Ecuador take the hard work and dedication of their K-9 partners very seriously.

When it was time for 16 of the force’s four-legged officers to retire and enjoy their golden years in peaceful bliss, they held a formal ceremony in order to honor them for their remarkable service.

The pooches maintained their professional demeanor as everyone took a moment to pray for the pups who had fallen in the line of duty. Afterward, they were walked down a red carpet and were greeted by their loving forever families.

Don’t worry, most of the doggies got to stay with their handlers! According to a story by El Comercio, 12 of the pups were adopted by the families of their partners. We’d bet that the other four are just as happy, living in carefully-picked homes that provide them with all the time, attention, care, and love that they need.

It’s so refreshing to see dogs getting treated with such respect for a job well done! Best of luck to these 16 retirees, and we hope they enjoy their new peaceful lifestyle!

Tags: ceremony, dog, force, honor, k-9, k9, police dog, retire, video

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