One Dog One Bone Dog Pool Reviews: Bone Shaped & Paw Shaped Pools

 

One Dog One Bone dog pools are a little bit different to some of the other portable dog pools on the market.

They are perhaps a bit more heavy duty as they are made of strong material that is the same material that truck bed liner is made of.

This is in comparison to say the foldable or inflatable PVC dog pools.

They also come in unique bone shaped and paw shaped pools.

This review guide is a complimentary guide to our guide on the best portable dog pools.

Let’s check out the One Dog One Bone Dog Pool Reviews in closer detail.

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

One Dog One Bone Dog Pool Reviews: Bone Shaped & Paw Shaped Pools

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing the One Dog One Bone Dog Pools here:

Bone Shaped Dog Pools

 

Paw Shaped Dog Pools

 

One Dog One Bone Pool: Reviews

One Dog One Bone Bone Shaped Pool

Features

A bone shaped pool

The pool measures 66 inches L x 44 inches W x 11 inches H 

Made with a heavy duty truck bed liner material – better for chewers and stronger in general than the PVC material pools

Holds 85 gallons of water

Has a brass cap and drain for draining water

UV and chew resistant

Made in the USA

 

Drawbacks

Expensive price point. It is assumed this is because of the material the pool is made of

 

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One Dog One Bone Paw Shaped Pool

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Features

A paw shaped dog pool for small dogs

The pool measures 6″ H x 38″ W x 39″ L

Holds 20 gallons of water

Uv and chew resistant

Made in the USA

Made with a heavy duty truck bed liner material – better for chewers and stronger in general than the PVC material pools

You can drain this pool by tipping it over – it flexes and it’s lightweight

 

Drawbacks

Not for large dogs

Doesn’t have a pool drain

Expensive for the size of the pool

 

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One Dog One Bone Pool: Buyer’s Guide

What Size Dog Pool Should You Get?

Look at the length and width of the dog pool, or diameter, and measure your dog.

Make sure your dog can fit inside the dimensions of the dog pool size.

You may be able to fit one or multiple pets in the same pool if it’s big enough.

Obviously though the paw shaped dog pools are smaller than the bone shaped pool.

 

 

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