Man Builds 2,000 Square Meters Swimming Pool For Dogs – Design You Trust

Man Builds 2,000 Square Meters Swimming Pool For Dogs

Wu Fangzhou, a man of the post-1980 generation, trains a dog to swim in a 2,000 square meters pool he built exclusively for dogs, in Chengdu, Southwest China’s Sichuan province. He built the pool to commemorate his beloved dog Qiuqiu, which died of heat stroke in the summer of 2015. During weekends, the swimming pool usually accommodates more than 20 dogs.

h/t: chinadaily

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