Handi-Drink Dog Water Bottle- 17 Oz - The Portable, Spill-proof Way to Keep Pets Hydrated, Color may vary
- Easy to use, portable 17 oz bottle
- fill with water, keep closed until needed, pour into container, allow pet to drink
- Nice design, carrying strap included inside bottle
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Handi Drink Portable Water Dispenser for Pets makes it easy to bring water for your dog or cat on trips, walks, camping, hiking, beach, park, car rides – anywhere! Handi Drink Portable Pet Water is a unique, all-in-one water bottle and pet dish. Its light weight, carrying strap and belt clip make it easy to carry. Handi Drink is great for hot weather. This self-contained water dispenser folds out to create a tray for your dog or cat can drink from. You can relax knowing your pet is drinking safe clean water. No spills, no leaks, no wasted water, no hassles, no backwash.
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The best part is that TinkerToy's face stays relatively dry, thanks to the design (compared to the doggie fountain at the park or his water bowl at home). Those of you with long-haired dogs will know why that's a plus. (btw - my pup is a 1-year-old, 10 pound Shih Tzu).
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The "spout" that allows the water to flow into the little trough has a little plastic thing that pushes open the valve (or whatever it is--I have no idea whet they actually call it). Anyway, you can squeeze the bottle to make the water come out faster if you want, but the way it is built, you can just let it trickle out so you don't use too much at a time.
This is a very well-designed life-saver!
I will go back to the GULPY now.
Sincerely, sad pooch :(