I would say go for the pool as well just watch her when she's in there.
I couldn't tell you how many toys Mocha has but let's just say it looks like I have a house full of messy kids and we don't have any yet. I try to rotate her toys by putting some away and getting others out occasionally to keep her interested in them so I don't have to constantly buy new ones.
I have gotten the baby pool for Petals, but all she likes to do right now is drink from it. She loves to put her paw in her water bowl but she doesn't like to go in the pool. A couple of times we have put her in the pool and all she does is slowly steps out and then runs around like a crazy dog to dry up.
This is not new to me because my last lab was the same way at first but eventually turned into a scuba diver
3 squeeker toys
3 tennis balls
1 water dummy
Any time she thinks of attacking our furniture, I want her to see a toy first. Allie has never touched the furniture because toys are everywhere...
From time to time we put them back in the toy box, but shes really good about dragging each one out again and leaving it somewhere...Now that she is older, we have cut back alittle, it use to be 10 times worse! But like I said, she never touched the furniture.
Bailey got her pool very early, and she's in it just about every day. Loved to walk around and splash and jump up and bite the water. Ducked her head under looking for toys. She loves to retrieve out of the pool. But just this weekend with my daughter's dog here, she's started laying down in the pool and rolling over on her back. I say go for it.
We have more toys than my twins had when they were young : I probably should put some up. That's what I did with my kids' toys and they thought they were new everytime I brought them back out. But it's so much fun to watch her go to the crate and dig around for just the right toy for that moment. It's interesting to see what she picks. ;D