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Moose also love the water, and for such a sizable land-animal, Moose are amazingly good swimmers. As the largest member of the deer family, a male moose (also called a bull) can weigh as much as 1,400 pounds, and their antlers alone can weight up to 75 lbs! For birds, and other small animals: a pool skimmer or…

Moose and your pet love to swimMoose also love the water, and for such a sizable land-animal, Moose are amazingly good swimmers. As the largest member of the deer family, a male moose (also called a bull) can weigh as much as 1,400 pounds, and their antlers alone can weight up to 75 lbs!

  • For birds, and other small animals: a pool skimmer or broom brush will be able to assist you carefully recover them.
  • keep your pet, children and wildlife out of the pool

      Curiosity

    Moose are also swimmers that may swim about 6 miles per hour. To put that in perspective, swimming in his top speed, Michael Phelps can only swim 5.25-6 miles per hour. That is a match we’d like to see!

      Perform

    • For larger animals: try constructing a makeshift ramp for the animal. This could be worked for by A couch.
    • Some animals are very curious, they visit your beautiful sparkly pool, and want a close look! This may cause them to accidentally (or purposely) get in!
      • Constructing a fence or adding on additional safety features to keep your pet, kids, and wild animals out of your pool is a great idea, especially in the event that you reside in a place with wildlife.

      • If it’s hot out, a few animals are similar to us in that they need to cool off! Pigs will wallow in sand, kangaroos will lick at their forearms, but most animals enjoy a dip in cool water (like us)!
      • You may be used to your wanting to enjoy your pool. However, a family traveling in Redmond, WA were in for a surprise when they noticed a bathing moose at the pool! They were fortunate to get a movie of this lounging in their swimming pool, although this isn’t the first time a moose has been spotted taking a dip in a pool!

      • First off: always use caution and call the regional animal control in case you don’t feel secure.
      • If you find yourself with a stuck uninvited pool guest, The Humane Society has some great tips:

      • Animals love to play, you probably know that lots of species (you have probably seen your pet do it!) By playing around learn social behaviors. But play isn’t only for animals, species of gulls and catch will play with their food. It’s fun, and it teaches them methods to hunt!
      • Most pool owners are not going to have the experience of locating a while animal. However, in recent years, pool owners have been having experiences with wild animals. This Is a Result of a few reasons:

      • As individual habitat expands into areas that wild animals call home, creatures are moving into areas we don’t necessarily want them. Your backyard pool may be in a place.
        • Pools not only loved by you & your pet.

      Author: Pool Markerter
      Pool Marketer is an Internet Magazine with informative consumer information about swimming pools, pool life style, maintaining pools, pool features and pool equipment.
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