Most people think that dogs are natural swimmers. Many are, but some are not. Some of the worst swimmers have non-buoyant bodies, so will sink to the bottom of the swimming pool if they aren’t wearing a life vest. Examples of dogs that are not safe unattended by the pool include basset hounds, bulldogs, dachshund, bugs and boxers. Even if your dog is NOT a natural swimmer, you can still introduce them to your pool and give them the enjoyment of swimming with your family.
When the weather is hot, there’s nothing like basking in the sun on your pool float. Whether it’s for getting a tan, something for your kids to play with, or a way to keep your dog entertained, there’s a pool float for everybody. Pool floats are even becoming a status symbol! Here’s some of our Favorite pool floats for adults, kids and pets!
Winterizing your pool doesn’t need to be difficult. You need to plan on spending a few hours over the course of about a week to go through all of the steps.
There are few things that can stop a pool party altogether—one of these things is cloudy swimming pool water. Cloudy water can be potentially dangerous, so never swim if your water looks less than clear. Testing your pool chemistry can determine whether this issue is caused by a chemical imbalance...