Thousands of shoppers have taken to social media to share how much their dog would love the paddling pool.
One shopper said: “My last dog would have loved this as she was mad on water!”
It is so important to keep your dog cool in the summer because they can suffer fatal heatstroke within minutes.
Unlike humans, dogs cannot sweat through their skin and so they rely on panting and releasing heat through their paw pads and nose to regulate their body temperature and keep cool.
According to Blue Cross, the signs of heatstroke in dogs include collapse, excessive panting and dribbling. If you suspect your dog is suffering with the condition you should contact your vet immediately.