August 2020 Dog and Pool Calendar Wallpaper

Keep summer going a little longer with this adorable August 2020 wallpaper.

Keep Summer Going

So many of you requested a wallpaper with summer vibes because this weird summer has felt way too short. Here’s the August wallpaper that was inspired by the backyard/patio kiddie pools so many of us got for our kids, pets, or even ourselves this summer.
I included our pup, Daisy the foxhound in it too which I can’t believe I haven’t done until now. I hope you enjoy this month’s wallpaper as much as I do.

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Computer: art | calendar | quote
All iPhones: art | calendar | quote
iPad: art | calendar | quote
Home screen for all devices

If you love it enough to download it, please share it! Don’t forget to tag @sarahhearts and use#sarahheartswallpaper on your post. I love seeing your computers, phones and tablets each month!

original wallpapers by Sarah Khandjian | for personal, non-commercial use only


  1. Hey, Sarah, love your site and your summer wallpaper with Daisy. This may seem a weird question but we have a foxhound, also. His name is Buddy. Just out of curiosity, because you are the only other person I have ever “known” who had a foxhound as a housepet, have you found her difficult to train in general. Buddy is very willful, loving and all, but willful. He doesn’t like restraint, at all (who does?) But really, he doesn’t like to walk on a leash, rather pulls and tugs. He wants to run free, as if there were foxes everywhere… As to commands, well he will sit, but that is about it. He just acts like we are talking to ourselves.

    1. Hi Erica, I just laughed out loud because that all describes our foxhound Daisy EXACTLY. She was a rescue dog who had been abused and very afraid of people so we hired a dog trainer when we first got her to help her been a little less scared and get basic recall down—but 7 years later we still struggle when she’s off leash because if her head is down (which it almost always it—she wants to smell all the things) she will not listen at all! Wish I had great advice but everything I’ve read is it’s just part of the breed temperament. Though she’s sweet as can be with my toddler and couldn’t think of a better dog for our family. Best of luck!

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