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Sun-Soaked Dog’s Pool Day Goes Viral



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  • A delightful video of a dog lounging on a float in a swimming pool has garnered 6.4 million views on TikTok, shared by @southjerseyschnauzers.
  • The charming video depicts the dog in a relaxed belly-up position, basking in the sun while its owner busily cleans the pool.
  • The sight of the dog enjoying its leisure time has prompted a wave of humorous commentary, with remarks like “your dog is living her best life” and “it’s her world, y’all are just living in it.”

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♬ Funny – Gold-Tiger

Soaking up the sun, floating in a pool, and being carefree – that is the essence of the recent viral video featuring a dog, brought to our attention by TikTok user @southjerseyschnauzers. It’s not often we see a furry friend enjoying a pool day while its owner is immersed in chores, isn’t it?

The person filming begins by showing a man cleaning the pool. The scene then transitions to an image that is sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face: a dog, lounging comfortably on a pool float, completely relaxed, and belly-up. A caption on the video jokes, “POV [point of view]: When you come home to your spouse cleaning the pool and find this…”

In the clip, a message appears saying, “She loves it,” making the dog’s joy in its sunny adventure even more evident. The video ends abruptly, leaving viewers eager for more of this ‘dog’s day out.’

Despite this dog’s apparent love for pool time, it’s critical to remember that “not all dogs are water babies,” as noted by the People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), a veterinary charity based in the U.K. It’s also unwise to assume your dog’s swimming ability without testing it. The VCA, one of North America’s largest animal hospital chains, suggests that “if your dog doesn’t jump into the water at the first opportunity, it might be time for some swimming lessons.”


The experts at VCA also advise against forcing your dog to swim. They explain that a dog might “be avoiding the water because they’re tired or in pain and just aren’t feeling up for the workout.” Certain breeds with short legs or noses may find swimming challenging, making it even more important to never leave your dog alone around water. They stress, “Even a regular swimmer can get into trouble if they encounter strong currents or can’t figure out how to exit a pool.”

The PDSA suggests safer swimming spots for dogs. These include lakes, slow-moving rivers, dog-friendly beaches, and private or kiddie pools. Remember, safety is always paramount, even in a light-hearted situation like this.

The dog’s relaxed demeanor has indeed made TikTok users chuckle, with comments such as, “Wow, your dog is living her best life,” and “It’s her world, y’all are just living in it,” pouring in. Kristina humorously noted, “Oh to be a dog floating in a pool on a sunny day without any responsibilities,” highlighting just how envious some are of the canine’s carefree lifestyle.


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