Taking your dog to the water to splash and swim is one of the best ways to enjoy warm days with dogs. With a background in water sports, EzyDog is proud to offer this range of dog water gear for enjoying our favorite water activities with dogs – including the best performing dog life jackets available.
Dog Life Jackets are perfect for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, or boating with dogs. All EzyDog life jackets are made to fit comfortably and allow our best friends to swim naturally, with up to 50% more ultra-buoyant foam to be as safe as possible. Dog rash guards reduce exposure to harmful sunlight while also preventing sun burn and heat rash.
Many dogs take to the water naturally and are able to swim at a very young age, but certain breeds have a physical limitation that makes it much harder for them. Even breeds that are known to be “good swimmers” can lack confidence near water which can pose serious risks. This is part of the reason why outfitting your dog with a life jacket is always a good idea when they’re going to be around water.
Aside from providing additional buoyancy and safety, dog life jackets from EzyDog also include reflective material for increased visibility and grab handles, which can be great for assisting them while paddle boarding or kayaking. Dog life jackets also provide a low-stress form of exercise that can be great for dogs that need more assistance or are recovering from an injury. Many dogs love the water so much that they will experience exhaustion and a life jacket is needed to aid when they are fatigued.
Yes, however most public pools have strong restrictions against dogs, largely due to sanitation concerns. Although small doses of chloring will not harm them, they should never be allowed to drink pool water. Long exposure to chlorinated water can also cause their skin to become dry and itchy. There are pools that are exclusively for dogs, and the businesses and organizations that own them typically offer swim and diving lessons.
Many people assume that dogs are natural swimmers and don't need life jackets, but this couldn't be further from the truth. Just like humans, dogs can tire or get into trouble in the water. A life jacket can...