A Frisco water park will be hosting dog pool this September to provide a cool off to our furry buddies according to an Audacy article from August 27 which reports,
“The summer heat has been pretty brutal this year for North Texans, but luckily there are plenty of ways to cool off. Sadly, that’s not the case for dogs as many were forced to stay indoors this summer to avoid overheating, or burning paws.
Luckily, the Frisco Water Park has decided to give dogs a treat before summer ends, throwing a dogs only pool party.
At this event, humans won’t be able to swim, but each dog must be accompanied by someone at least 14 years old. The water park also asks people not to bring food for the dogs, and toys will be provided.”
Organizers have set up additional rules for everyone to be safe and have an adorable experience according to a Newsbreak article from August 30. They say,
“At this pool party, swim wear is not required for dogs. However, humans must wear swim attire to get into the water.
Also, the rules state, “Dogs must be sociable. Owners of aggressive dogs will be asked to leave at the discretion of the Event organizers. Event organizers have the right to remove any dog or owner.”
Tickets are required for dogs and humans. They are $8 each. You must purchase tickets before swim day, and you can only buy them online. They won’t sell tickets at the door for this event.
The event starts at 8:30am for small, elderly, and dogs with mobility impairments. Large dogs can swim at 12:30pm. Get your tickets soon. The 10:30am time slot already sold out.”
Additionally, there will be vaccinations for the furry friends since the Texas Coalition for Animal Services will be offering low cost injections from 10 in the morning until 12 noon.