We have seen playgrounds for goats and dogs living their best lives in swimming pools, but have you seen a dog playing in a ball pit? I haven't been in a ball pit since elementary school, but I do remember the enjoyment it gave me. It's no surprise that our furry friends full of energy are getting a kick out of ball pits for dogs.
Dog toys are loads of fun for dogs, but imagine the kind of fun your dog would have in a DIY ball pit. If you're curious what dogs look like in ball pits, check out this video of a dog owner surprising Maymo with a ball pit for his birthday.
This owner got creative and made a playpen from their living room furniture. That's a pretty impressive DIY method. If you have a large living room, you can give this method a try. For others, I suggest buying a kiddie pool and plastic balls. Amazon has a 50-pack of plastic balls for $8.99 and a 100-pack for $18.92. Here are all of the best pet supplies to build a ball pit for dogs.
Get a 50-pack of crush-proof plastic balls for only $8.99.
If you'd like to create a large ball pit, consider a 100-pack of plastic balls.
Pet swimming pools are perfect for ball pits! If you already have one sitting in your garage, clean it, and use it as a pit. You can get a small pool for only $27.99.
This is a great budget-friendly option. PUPTECK has a foldable pool for only $19.99. I love that it's foldable, you can store it easily.
Your tiny dogs can get away with smaller pits intended for children. I think a 12-pound Yorkie would have a blast in this!
Here's another option for smaller dogs. Of course, keep an eye on your pup as they play!
Once summer rolls around, fill up an inflatable pool with water and plastic balls! Your dog would have the time of their life.
Alright, if you want to take playtime to the next level, consider splurging. This inflatable court would be perfect for kiddos that want to play in a ball pit with their four-legged friends.
I love this option so much. It's foldable and waterproof. That means you'll be able to wipe off stains and slobber from your happy dog!
This ball pit has cushioned bottoms to protect kids. I'd say this is also a pit to consider for your small cute dogs.
This post was originally published on February 10, 2020.