• 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. 


Learn How To Choose The Best Dog Bowl

Posted on Sep 25, 2009 under Best Dog Water Bowl | No Comment

There are soooo many options for dog bowls today… learn why it is important to your dog to select the right kind, whether it is a plastic dog bowl, metal dog bowl, ceramic dog bowl, portable dog bowl, etc…. each dog is different and should require a different type of dog 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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Best Dog Water Bowl

Posted on Aug 27, 2009 under Best Dog Water Bowl, Dog Bowl, Dog Bowls, Dog Water Bowl | No Comment

Finally a Dog Water Bowl With Everything.

For most people, choosing a dog water bowl is usually as simple as heading to the local pet store and buying the first bowl in sight.

But the purchase of a dog water bowl requires some consideration.

Besides the obvious factors like dog size, you must also consider the activity level, age and whether a dog bowl will be used indoors or outdoors.

Puppies like to chew everything, so a plastic bowl may not be be most appropriate.  Plastic that is swallowed can obstruct a dog’s digestive system causing medical problems.

Puppies can chew hoses on automatic feeders too, rendering them worthless.

Plastic dog bowls have other limitations.  Scratches in plastic dog bowls can be a breeding ground for bacteria.

So is a metal bowl the answer?

Not necessarily.

If the dog bowl is used primarily outdoors, metal dog bowls can rust. 

Also, any water left in a bowl can become stagnant and draw mesquitos and bacteria.

Most dog bowls lack anti-skid material too. The bowl gets moved all around by the dog which looks messy and can become a hazard for trips and falls.

To deal with these issues, a friend of mine created a new kind of dog water bowl that addresses these and more.

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  • 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.