Dogs are adorably funny and silly in the best way that they can. Often, your dog does something unexpected, and it usually ends up in shocking you or making you laugh. You can’t deny that our adorable companions light up our life too through their simple ways. And at a certain point, we want them to experience how great each day could be when we are with them.
To be specific, some owners bring their dogs with them to the park, to the malls, or to the beach and pools. Luckily, some dogs know how to swim while some do some crazy and funny things. Just like this dog who tends to swim like a shark in a pool.
Grayson, a Siberian husky, learns to swims like a shark while in the family swimming pool. It’s a good thing that Grayson managed to do this trick while at home and not in public beaches or lakes. His owners are quite concerned about it because the dog might scare some people in pretending to be a shark if that happens.
However, they thought it might be a little scary. It seems Grayson himself is enjoying doing the activity all by himself. It’s an uncanny way of seeing a dog move like a shark in the pool, but the Grayson’s family and the whole world loved the idea. Who knows? Maybe, Grayson thought that he’s a shark after all!
The video reached thousands of views and comments across the globe. It captured the hearts not only of those dog lovers but for those people who are fond of the dogs. This matter might be the first time that people saw a dog swim like this, and it might be something to be proud of (positively and funnily).
Yet, though some owners are fond of their dogs swimming in the pool, you should also be aware of the possible idea. While dogs can swim freely, experts suggest to observe them in the water still. If you don’t have an idea about this, the most significant health risk when it comes to swimming for dogs is drowning.
Sometimes people assume that dogs are calm and safely enjoy the water when they are actually afraid of it. Moreover, drinking a lot of pool water can majorly damage or irritate your dogs’ gastrointestinal tract. This matter could lead to several complications that might fall into a severe illness. If you have your pool at home, it’s better to reduce the amount of chlorine and chemicals put into water for your dog to be safe.
Overall, there might be a lot of things for you to keep in mind before letting your dog swim, whether on the beach or at an ordinary pool. While it’s true that seeing your dog swim across each corner could make us feel happy and sometimes accomplished. Still, you have to look after your dogs’ health at all costs. Keeping them safe and comfortable at the same time should always be our priority.
To further help you with your dog swimming, why not see this video below for some lessons?