Drift through the dog days of summer next to your pooch with these pool floats for pets

Cheeky pool floats are the go-to summer accessory this year, and you can cruise around the pool in everything from convertibles and seashells to wine bottles and wiener dogs.

Speaking of dogs, why shouldn’t you get your furry friend in on the trend by giving them their very own pool float to beat the heat?

Yep, now there are pool floats specifically designed for dogs, and they’ll make for some adorable Instagram posts with your pet this summer. Check out the cutest floats for dogs on the market.

1. Fun Boy Convertible Dog Float, $59.99

Remember that convertible float we mentioned? Well, it turns out there’s a mini version for dogs, and it’s perfect for a stylish pooch. Snag it on Bark Shop for just under $60. If you still need a ride for yourself, you can get the human version and the dog version in a bundle for $169. Fill your cooler with drinks and theirs with some beloved chew toys.

Bark Shop

2. SwimWays Spring Float Paddle Paws Dog Pool Float, $30.43

This float, available on Amazon, features claw- and paw-friendly fabric covering and is recommended for dogs under 65 pounds. It looks like a little water will collect in the base, so your pet can cool off on a hot day.

Amazon

3. Paws Aboard Doggy Dog Pool Float Lazy Water Raft, $43.19

This paw-shaped raft has a puncture-free guarantee, so you don’t have to worry about your dog’s claws creating a hole. The product description on Amazon promises “years of laziness” for your dog.

Amazon

4. Dog Pool Float And Lounger, $69 – $129

This comfortable float is like an aquatic dog bed for your pet and comes in three sizes and multiple colors. (Price varies depending on those options.) Get it on Frontgate.

Frontgate

5. Fun Boy Yacht Float, $59

For the pup that appreciates the finer things in life, this luxurious yacht float is absolutely fabulous. And like the convertible float, there’s a human companion so you can both ride in style. Get the bundle for $169.

Bark Shop

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