• 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. 


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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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

  • 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. 

Check out my other animal videos on my youtube channel

http://www.youtube.com/user/brettciphone?feature=mhee

Also like my Facebook page Labradors of Long Island

https://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_263829278649

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Milo the Guilty Dog – let's Cat drink from his water bowl first!

Posted on Jul 05, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 8 Comments

The Guilty Dog waits for the cat to drink from his water bowl since he ate the kittens cookies & felt very guilty and a shamed. How long can that little cat drink? First come,first served.

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 Cat- Max

Check out my other animal videos on my youtube channel

  • 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. 

http://www.youtube.com/user/brettciphone?feature=mhee

Also like my Facebook page Labradors of Long Island

https://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_263829278649

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Dog water bowl filtration system

Posted on Jan 27, 2011 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 2 Comments

This system is designed to clean dog water in between sips (and slurps).
In a kennel environment, dogs come and go all the time, making a wonderful breeding ground for bacteria and viruses. Just like children in school, dogs often come home from kennel with an upset stomach or a sore throat. Kennel cough is very common in kennels and dog parks, and although it’s primarily spread by coughing a secondary vector is drinking water.
I see it as my job as a dog kennel owner to minimize risk of disease however possible, so in the past few months I’ve implemented a few simple solutions. The first is this water cleaning system.
The system is made up of a few parts:
1) A pump. In this case, I used a Hydor Seltz L20. This pump has a flowrate of 700 liters (185 gallons) per hour.
2) Piping. You can get this at any hardware or pet store.
3) A filter (or actually, a sterilizer). I use a Laguna Powerclear PT-520 filter, which rather than absorbing sediment, simply kills viruses and bacteria using ultraviolet (UV) light. I used a UV filter rather than a carbon (absorbing) filter for reasons explained in the video.

  • 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. 

For this system to work reliably, you also need an automatic filling system (otherwise the pump will burn out when the bowl empties). For this, I used the following:
1) A toilet float (also called a ballcock) to automatically shut off water when the bowl is full.
2) Piping, specifically made for attaching to toilet cisterns.
3) Some wood to build a frame around the bowl to prevent it from moving. The reasons for this are hilariously shown here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2eUNaBwIVU

This system allows dogs to drink from their water bowl secure in the knowledge that the water is constantly being cleaned.

Coming soon: My air cleaning system

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Water Bowl Hater

Posted on Jun 03, 2010 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 25 Comments

My 3 month old corgi has a love/hate relationship with his water bowl.

I have a bell on his collar because otherwise I’d never be able to find him and he’d probably get stepped on. He’s smaller than a cat and my cat has a bell.

There is water in the bowl. He’s never growled at the bowl before and I’ve had him for three months. He was just in a playful mood.

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sleeping puppy…TOO CUTE!!!

Posted on Apr 28, 2010 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 25 Comments

6 WEEK OLD GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPY HUNTER FALLS ASLEEP IN A BOWL OF WATER AND WAKES ITSELF UP BEFORE HE DROWNS…THEN REPEATS EXERCISE…HE IS THE GREAT GRAND NEPHEW OF RAJ FROM MY DOG AND THE ROCK VIDEOAND DOG IN WATER VIDEOS!

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Contech DrinkBetter Dog Water Bowl Review

Posted on Dec 01, 2009 under Best Dog Water Bowl | No Comment

For the full review visit: http://puppyintraining.com/contech-drinkbetter-dog-water-bowl-review/. My Labrador Retrievers sometimes drink water way too fast. I’ve seen them a couple times choke on the water. This is the review of the Contech DrinkBetter Dog Water Bowl which was designed to slow down fast drinking dogs.

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Maltese Dog Chasing his Water Bowl

Posted on Nov 17, 2009 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 22 Comments

My crazy dog Bagel likes to bring us his bowl in his mouth when he is out of water or food and sometimes when he drops it on the floor it goes upside down. So he freaks out and chases it all over the place till he gets it turned right side up again. So this is a video of him doing that.

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Cassie blowing bubbles

Posted on Oct 22, 2009 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 1 Comment

Cassie, our 10 week old Siberian Husky playing and making bubbles in her water dish

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Cassie blowing bubbles

Posted on Oct 22, 2009 under Best Dog Water Bowl | 1 Comment

Cassie, our 10 week old Siberian Husky playing and making bubbles in her water dish

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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.