• Ecourages pets to drink
  • More drinking reduces risk of urinary tract and kidney infections
  • Reduces splashing and spills
  • New pre-filter reduces cleaning maintenance, and wear and tear. 
  • Built-in 1 gallon reservoir makes refills less frequent.
  • Dishwasher safe prevents melting and damage.
  • The Drinkwell Fountain is designed, approved, and recommended by veterinarians, particularly for pets prone to urinary tract disorders. 


Best Dog Water Dishes – PerfectFeed Stainless Steel Spill-Proof Dog Dishes

Posted on Feb 01, 2012 under Best Dog Water Bowl | Comments are off

For more info: http://www.bigappleherp.com/PerfectFeed-Stainless-Steel-Spill-Proof-Dog-Dishes

The PerfectFeed Stainless Steel Spill-Proof Dog Dish is constructed from a heavy duty stainless steel and guaranteed to be safe and durable. The non-skid guard guarantees that your bowl will not move or easily tip while your dog is eating or drinking. A fun bone design is imprinted on the outer rims. Dishwasher safe.

  • Pets can drink
    straight from the stream. 
  • New pre-filter reduces cleaning maintenance, and wear and
    tear. 
  • Built-in 1 gallon reservoir makes refills less frequent.
  • Dishwasher safe prevents melting and damage.
  • The Drinkwell Fountain is designed, approved, and
    recommended by veterinarians, particularly for pets prone to urinary
    tract disorders. 

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Why its hard to keep a Newfoundland dog's water bowl full

Posted on Dec 27, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 25 Comments

Our Newfoundland dog ‘Odin’ takes a drink of water.

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  • Pets can drink
    straight from the stream. 
  • New pre-filter reduces cleaning maintenance, and wear and
    tear. 
  • Built-in 1 gallon reservoir makes refills less frequent.
  • Dishwasher safe prevents melting and damage.
  • The Drinkwell Fountain is designed, approved, and
    recommended by veterinarians, particularly for pets prone to urinary
    tract disorders. 

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Baby crawling to dog water bowl

Posted on Nov 23, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | Comments are off

8 1/2 month old Cooper loves his best friend, Keely, so it was cute when he was sneaking up on her… but then his true motive was revealed. All he wanted was her water bowl.

  • Pets can drink
    straight from the stream. 
  • New pre-filter reduces cleaning maintenance, and wear and
    tear. 
  • Built-in 1 gallon reservoir makes refills less frequent.
  • Dishwasher safe prevents melting and damage.
  • The Drinkwell Fountain is designed, approved, and
    recommended by veterinarians, particularly for pets prone to urinary
    tract disorders. 

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Please help my fat dog!? 10 points to best answer!?

Posted on Nov 16, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 7 Comments

So, I have a female beagle who’s four years old. She’s about 15-20 pounds OVER weight. I also have an old english sheep dog who’s fourteen years old. He doesn’t need to lose weight at all. Our dogs are outside and inside dogs. Their beds, food and water are in our garage. We let them inside our house all the time. They both eat and drink out of the same food container. It’s one of those where you put the food in and it keeps filtering into the bowl until it’s all gone. This makes it so we don’t have to feed them every meal, they can get food whenever they want. I want the beagle to lose weight but not my other dog. I want the old english sheep dog to still have food whenever he wants but not the beagle. I was thinking of putting the sheep dog’s food in a place where my beagle couldn’t get it (like past our electric fence-he won’t run away.) And then having the beagles food in a separate bowl(that doesn’t filter) and leaving it inside our house. I would fill her bowl every morning and night and let her in to eat it. Do you think this is a good idea? Any suggestions?
And how many 8 ounce cups would I give my beagle of food every meal? Should I just feed her in the morning and night or morning, night and dinner? 10 points to the best answer! Thanks so much!

  • Pets can drink
    straight from the stream. 
  • New pre-filter reduces cleaning maintenance, and wear and
    tear. 
  • Built-in 1 gallon reservoir makes refills less frequent.
  • Dishwasher safe prevents melting and damage.
  • The Drinkwell Fountain is designed, approved, and
    recommended by veterinarians, particularly for pets prone to urinary
    tract disorders. 

Your dogs are going through a very unhealthy lifestyle because they can get access to food any time. I also feel that your dogs are not getting proper exercise, especially the beagle. There should be proper timings for food, like once in the morning, then at noon, and finally at night. Feed them in separate bowls. The Beagle should know that the other bowl belongs to the other dog and she is not allowed to eat from it.
Remember that the best exercise that a dog can get is by walking. But there is a proper way of doing so. You can learn that from Cesar Milan’s show "Dog Whisperer" on National Geographic Channel. Your dog should get 45 minutes of walk everyday. If that is a bit difficult for you, tren try at least 30 mins.
I hope you follow the techniques taught in the show and your dogs become healthy again.

Auto Water Bowl, k9kennelstore.com 1-877-527-3455

Posted on Oct 23, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | Comments are off

www.k9kennelstore.com
877-527-3455
http://k9kennelstore.com/Swivel%20Bowls.html
Great for letting kids feed the family pets without a chance of them escaping and running off. This swivel bowl feeding system is useful for breeders, humane organizations and Veterinarians where entering the kennel with an unfriendly dog can be a safety problem.This is also a great time saver. This system can be installed at time of kennel purchase or installed yourself by simply cutting the wires on the kennel and mounting the swivel food and water set.
* Pre installed at time of kennel purchase
* Bolts to the kennel wires using a metal frame
* Door Un-pins and swings open
* Easy to fill the food and water bowls
* Swing shut and latch
* Two 64oz stainless steel bowls included
* Mounting hardware are included.
The K9 Expanded Metal Kennel Series isn’t just another dog kennel. With available features like our exclusive Digging Prevention System, our water-proof canvas tops, elevated food bowls and more; the K9 Series is a new way of life for your dog. You aren’t being left out though, we’ve made it as easy as a snap to assemble! Just five minutes with no tools required! The dog run is also completely modular meaning you can change the shape and size of your kennel at any point to adapt to your changing needs.
These dog runs are not made of chain-link either, instead it’s welded steel construction which utilizes an expanded metal mesh to ensure your dog can’t climb or chew out. This kennel is also powder coated with a smooth and beautiful black gloss finish for outdoor longevity. The dog Kennel Series is so unique and functional; it will turn any man into dogs best friend.

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Best Quality Raised Wooden Dog Bowl, Reclaimed Wood, Large, Walnut

Posted on Sep 20, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | Comments are off

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0047BQZ5M/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=markven-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217153&creative=399701&creativeASIN=B0047BQZ5M

If you’re looking for sustainability, style and function as criteria for the family dog bowls, look no further.

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What is the best beer to drink at NHL games?

Posted on Sep 12, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 17 Comments

Anything Canadian like Molson. Oh wait they have beer in America too? Since when is Bud Light considered real beer? Id rather drink water from the dogs bowl before I drink anything American like Anheiser Bush or Miller.
Don Cherry drinks out of the finest pint glasses known to man.
Don Cherry drinks out of the finest pint glasses known to man.

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Will my cats run away? best answer 10 points?

Posted on Aug 23, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 6 Comments

so we got a dog about 2 weeks ago and its a tinyy bulldog (smaller than a cat) and my cats are TERRIFIED of her. (i have three cats) and even when my dog is in her cage the cats hiss and growl at her. ever since we got the dog no one has been paying attention to any of the cats, only me. they dont even feed the cats orfill the water bowl. so i make sure to do it everyday. will my cats runaway since they arent getting very much attention by anyone else but me? and wil they run away because they are scared of the dog? best answer 10 points 🙂

It’s hard to say. I don’t think they will. If they go outside a lot and hang around the house theyw ill always come back. If they find comfort in you thats what they will look for. Just to be safe, i would try to keep them inside for a while until they become more used to their new housemates. You also should talk to your family about your concerns and how the cats still need everyones attention. You might just find that the cats dont care. Cats tend you like a certain person in the house the most. Soon the dogs will be old news and everything will get back to normal.

Milo the Guilty Dog – let's kitten drink from his water bowl first! – PART 2

Posted on Aug 22, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 3 Comments

Guilty dog again! The Guilty Dog waits for the Kitten to drink from his water bowl since he ate the kittens cookies again & felt very ,very guilty and a shamed of his repeat action. How long can that little kitten drink? First come,first served big boy.

This is same Guiltydog who ate the cats treats & wouldn’t t look me in the face! This dog is so cute,It is hard to mad at him.
Dog – Milo Kitten- Chewie

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"six month old fox/rat terrier puppy prefers drinking his own urine to a bowl of cold water"?

Posted on Aug 07, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 4 Comments

since he was four months, i’ve tried: yelling a firm NO/STOP,picking him up or pull him away from the mess or hit something near by to startle him such as a wall, table or slapping some newspaper against my hand. i even put a bowl of water next to him but he will sniff it and walk away. the only time he will not drink his urine is if he reliefs himself outside so this is more of a indoor/ crate kind of problem and once he starts drinking, nothing seems to get his attention. it is also very hard to fully house train him because he is so stubborn and follows commands when he wants too, not even the best treat can persuade him! for every mess i clean up, he make a new puddle somewhere else. i heard about giving him warm hot dog pieces to get his attention but im not sure if its a good idea….any help or advice would be very helpful.

yah, he may very well have some kind of physical ailment. especially if he pees in the crate.

Or, possibly its a habit he got because he was left in the crate too long without a break. Dogs hate to foul their own beds, and so may have cleaned it up. Now he can’t break the habit.

as far as peeing indoors — there’s two modes of peeing: marking, and eliminating. If he’s marking, neutering will put an end to it.
The only way to stop him urinating indoors is to physically prevent it happening. Watch him 100% of the time.








  • Pets can drink straight from the stream. 
  • New pre-filter reduces cleaning maintenance, and wear and tear. 
  • Built-in 1 gallon reservoir makes refills less frequent.
  • Dishwasher safe prevents melting and damage.
  • The Drinkwell Fountain is designed, approved, and recommended by veterinarians, particularly for pets prone to urinary tract disorders. 


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