Model # 13705

Internet #203397365

Swim Ways Small Pet Spring Float Lounge

Discontinued Swim Ways

Small Pet Spring Float Lounge

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Product Overview

Now man's best friend can cool off in style with the Spring Float Paddle Paws. Our best-selling spring float in a size and construction especially for dogs. Paw and claw friendly with heavy duty reinforced construction that won't puncture.

  • Made of thicker denier material to prevent tears and punctures
  • Small spring float will hold pets up to 65 lbs.
  • Springs open and closed instantly so your pet can get in on the action right away
  • Jet valve technology inflates and deflates easily for quick setup and storage



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Outdoor Living Product Type
Pool Balls & Accessories
Pool Toy Type
Game Accessories

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited warranty

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Customer Reviews

Small Pet Spring Float Lounge is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I was looking for! I have put both of my dogs a 12 lb Maltese and a11 lb Pekingese on this float at the same time with plenty of room. My Maltese loves to float, she can walk around on it and she likes to hang over the edge to look at the bottom of the pool. The construction of the float is good quality and her nails don't seem to dig into the canvas. I think this float will last, time will tell. We used to use the children's version of the spring float for her, but would only get one summer of use before she would rip through it. As said in some other reviews: we did have a problem with the air valve - it was hard to close before the air escaped. Also, I don't see any use for the 2 openings in the bottom part of the canvas. The openings could be a problem for a larger dog because their legs can slip through.
Date published: 2014-07-08
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