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Elvis and Marjorie in the Poolvista 4243 vecesWater temperature just about 90 degrees, and Elvis in his doggie life preserver, but not quite ready for a swim.
Elvis and Marjorievista 1480 vecesElvis is thinking about swimming, but not quite comfortable with it yet. Slowly does it...
Elvis in His Life Preservervista 3306 vecesHe really does want to get in the pool. I think the life preserver slightly offends his dignity. The PetSTEP ramp is shown on the left: it's firmly secured, and gives the dog a gentle exit from the water.
Elvis and Marjorievista 1404 vecesTrying to get him to walk down the ramp. I think Elvis is more prone to jump into the water. In the end, Marjorie and I gently picked him up and brought him into the pool with us.
Elvis in His Life Preservervista 1570 vecesThinking about walking down the PetRAMP.1 commentarios
PetSTEP Pet Rampvista 21249 vecesThis secure pet ramp has been modified by the manufacturer with special pool legs. The ramp offers a non-slip, gradual incline for dogs to leave the pool.2 commentarios
Elvis Really Thinking About Itvista 2190 veces"Should I just walk down this ramp . . . ?"1 commentarios
Elvis Walking Up the PetSTEPvista 1372 vecesThis photo makes it look like Elvis was moving slowly. When he decided he'd had enough, he was up the PetSTEP ramp in a flash.
Marjorie and Elvis in the Poolvista 1158 vecesWarm water on a sunny summer morning.
Vic and Barbara Cleaning The Poolvista 2806 vecesThe water is only 4 1/2 feet deep throughout, warmed nicely, and near where Vic is cleaning there's a current that can be turned on and adjusted.
Barbara Cleaning The Pool Tilevista 5023 veces4 commentarios
Barbara Cleaning The Poolvista 6961 vecesWhile our indoor pool has been maintained, we haven't really had time to swim in it. As we get ready to introduce canine swimming, it's time to clean every tile spic-n-span. It's a hot summer Friday, and Barbara volunteered. Ever gone swimming in kitchen gloves?
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