Back of Dog Pool: Spoiled Sweet or Spoiled Rotten? Things are really heating up all over the country and I'm hoping this balmy Spring will last straight through to Summer! Since warm weather makes me think of fun in the sun and water, I know pups who love to get wet set sight on any pool they can dip into, too. While you could pop a pooch in a kiddie pool, this version is made of heavy-duty PVC to offer extra protection for doggie paws and claws. It does come with a much higher price ($120) than a regular plastic version, but it's foldable to bring watery fun wherever you may go. Is this porta-pool worth the price? View 4 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! 0Reactions Comments nicole815 7 years My pup has a hard plastic $8 pool for kids...it's very durable and easy to flip over and dry out. The more expensive version seems harder to dry out because of its floppiness. stellaRuby 7 years You can get them from PetEdge for $65.00. We usually buy the .99 inflatable pools from Wal-Mart, but this summer we are going to invest in a little bit nicer pool for the girls. I wish this pool was bigger, because it was be great. Vampyre 7 years While the price is a bit over the top, I do think it's a good idea in general. Our pets can easily get overheated during the hotter months, and a pool is a great place for them to cool down. The folding nature of this pool is great for those who simply don't have a lot of room, or those that may be moving back and forth between different homes for whatever reason. Though admittedly our dog has a $20 shell pool that I got a from a toy store. She loves it and it works just as well as the $120 version.