You can buy a paddling pool with sprinkles for your dog – and it’s on sale

The weather has been blistering in the UK this past week and let's be honest, we're all loving it!

And while we've all been sweltering from the scorching heat, have you wondered how your dog is coping?

Your little furry friend will be as hot as you are so it's important to make sure they're cooled down during the summer months.

Luckily you can now buy your pup its very own paddling pool so they can splash around in the garden with your kids.

The Dog Fountain Splash Mat is an inflatable with sprinklers attached that way your doggo can have hours of fun in the sun.

Available at doggy store Big Ralph, the fountain mat is 150cm in diameter, perfect for pets of any size.

All you have to do is connect the mat to the water pipe to enable the sprinkle.

And there you have it – you can just sit there with your drinks in the sun and watch your dog play in the water.

Also get this, the fountain mat is environmentally friendly and completely safe for your pooch.

Although it usually costs £50.99, it's actually on sale!

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You can get the fountain mat with sprinkles for half price, at just £25.99. What a result!

We don't know if the paddling pool will be around for long, so if you see it and love it, get it now to avoid disappointment.

Looking for more products to keep your dog cool?

B&M is currently selling cooling mats for pets and the prices range from £5 to £10. The mats also come in three different sizes.

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