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What size booster bath?

Im considering getting a booster bath tub for our pup, and wanted to know if Goldens fit ok in the L or if those who have them recommend the XL. Our boy Ziggy is likely going to be quite large when full grown, likely well over 80 pounds. Id like to go with the L but only if it will be stable enough.

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I have had 3 large- but my dogs are not 80#, and when one of the 75# boys takes a leap into the large, it does sometimes move a bit. Perhaps go with the XL. ALso to note- the original aqua-ish color is a much thicker plastic than the pink or purple.
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