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The Best Dog Water Bowl

By Edited Jun 10, 2016 0 0

Feeding and watering your dog is very important. You want to make sure that your beloved pet has the best items. This is especially true when you want to provide them the things that they need. You should buy your dog one of best dog water bowls so that they get plenty of clean and healthy water.  

K&H Thermal Bowl

The K&H Thermal Bowl is a dog water bowl that is designed to keep your dog safe and healthy while being outside. It holds 1.5 gallons of water, a sealed electric cord, and a heated bowl that keeps the ice away. This thermal bowl is safe to use because the electronics are safely stored inside. It is also inexpensive and comes in under $30. The only complaint is that it isn't easy to clean because the electronics are hooked to the bowl. You can solve this by adding water to the bowl and then placing a stainless steel bowl inside of the first one and then filling that one. This will allow the heat to warm the stainless steel bowl and keep the water unfrozen.


K&H Thermal Bowl
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Neater Feeder Dog Bowl

The Neater Feeder Dog Bowl has a lot of advantages as both a water dish and a food dish. It has feet that raise it off the floor so that you can't kick it. It also an inner try that collects water and an upper tray that holds the food and water bowls and any food that gets moved out of the dish. This is a great dish that offers food and water to dogs from about 30 pounds to about 100 pounds. You can also get extensions to make the Neater feeder taller for larger dogs. The only down side is that the plastic parts of the feeder system isn't chew proof.  

PetSafe Healthy Pet Water

The PetSafe Healthy Pet Water Station with a Stainless Steel Bowl automatically provides fresh water when your dog wants a drink. It has a lock-in reservoir with the stainless steel bowl which can be removed. It holds 1 gallon of water at a time and easy to clean because it is dishwasher safe. This system has a valve so that it fill when the dog drinks. It also has a modern look with a cylinder shaped water holder and a bowl.  

CatMate Pet Fountain

The CatMate Pet Fountain often scares off dog owners because it has the word “cat” in there. However, this high quality pet fountain runs water up from a large bowl into a small bowl. It then pours into a middle sized bowl. Because it has three levels the pet, even a dog, can choose which level that he or she wants to drink from. It keeps the water flowing which is better for the water and the pets health. While it isn't likely going to work for a large dog because it isn't tall enough, it will work well for a small dog.  

Hagen Catit Design Fresh and Clear Cat Drinking Fountain

Another fountain that scares away many dog owners is the Hagen Catit Design Fresh and Clear Cat Drinking Fountain. This cat drinking fountain is a small barrel type of design that pushes the water up onto a small rounded tray inside the bowl. It works well for short animals including small dogs and also aerates the water, keeps it moving for a cleaner water experience, and it also has a water filter.  

Petmate Stainless Style Pet Bowl

For those that just want to keep things simple and clean there is the Petmate Stainless Style Pet Bowl. It has an outer bowl with a stainless steel insert. It can hold up to two cups of water at one time and comes in different sizes so you can get one that works with your space and your dog. It has non-skid feet to keep it where it needs to go and doesn't scratch or nick. The heavy gauge stainless steel insert can be picked up, easily filled, and can also be tossed in the dishwasher to keep it clean.


Petmate Stainless Style Pet Bowl
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Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain

The Drinkwell Platinum Pet fountain has a design that offers the dog a free falling water stream. It holds 168 ounces of water that stays mostly in the reservoir. The water the flows down a five inch water fall and into a small collection bowl and back into the reservoir circulating. This makes a fresh and healthy source of water while also filtering your dogs water. This is best for smaller dogs.  

Drinkwell Big Dog Pet Fountain

Many dog water bowls are designed for small to medium dogs. If you want a pet fountain it can be even harder to find something that works well for your large dog. However, the Drinkwell Big Dog Pet Fountain is designed to meet the needs of your big dog. It holds 2.25 gallons of water and has an easy to use reservoir system. It also has a replaceable charcoal filter to keep water clean and healthy for your dog. The system features a five inch waterfall into a large bowl so that even a large dog can easily drink all the water he or she needs.  

Drinkwell 360 Pet Fountain

The Drinkwell 360 Pet Fountain is a round dish that allows you to set up multiple streams of water. In fact, you can have 1 to 5. This is great for a house with more than one pet. This fountain also aerate the water, keeps it clean, and filters it. However, it is not a great choice if you have a large dog because there just isn't space for him or her.  

Midwest Stainless Steel Snap'y Fit Water Bowl

The Midwest Stainless Steel Snap'y Fit Water Bowl is designed for a dog crate. It locks in secure to the wires of the dog crate making it harder to spill the water. It works well for dogs up to 50 pounds and is made from high quality stainless steel. It is easy to remove, refill, and use.  

Midwest Stainless Steel Snap'y Fit Water Bowl
Credit: Amazon

Choosing a dog water bowl only requires that you figure out what you need the water bowl for and then figure out the one that will meet your dogs needs the most. There are a lot of advantages to having a fountain, but they cost more and often require filters and maintenance. There are also special bowls for outdoors and for crate time. You may even want to consider more than one option for a healthy and well watered dog.   



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