OurPets Walk-n-Water, Portable Water Canteen and Bowl
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- Makes giving water on the go easy
- Portable water canteen and bowl
- Adjustable carrying strap included
- A must have for any kind of travel or outdoor activity
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The OurPet`s Walk-n-Water is a portable water canteen and bowl that makes giving your dog water while on the go a breeze. An adjustable carrying strap is included. The bowl and canteen snap together making this portable unit easy to carry.
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We've been using this canteen throughout walks, and just completed a road trip in which it really came in handy. I like that the spout is large enough to fit ice cubes, and that it holds enough water for at least 3 walks. It hasn't leaked yet, and we haven't had any problems keeping the bowl attached--it's a great design.
Our greyhound is pretty finicky about certain things, but he really likes the bowl of the canteen and has never refused to drink from it. He licks his chops when we reach for the canteen, and on hot days he asks for a drink by stopping, looking at the canteen, and then looking at us. He's pretty weird, so I consider this to be a great buy.
As others have mentioned, the strap is too short for most people to wear it cross-body (the way we prefer). I made a longer strap by buying 2.5 yards of strap from the craft store and sewing the ends to secure the original configuration. Thus, it works perfectly!
The carrier strap is too short and has no padding so it tends to be pretty uncomfortable. The bowl piece fits loosely and is held on by a clip that clearly will wear down to the point of complete ineffectiveness soon. The bowl is wide and shallow so it is easy for a dog to drink from it but you have to fill it enough to have an effective depth. If the dog either cannot or chooses not to finish what is in it, getting the remainder back into the reservoir is cumbersome at best.
I kinda wish they had included an illustration or some directions about how to attach the carrying strap. I'm not stupid, but the strap made me feel pretty incompetent while trying to get it attached correctly. I did manage but some instructions would have really helped.
Overall, I am very pleased with it and highly recommend it.
The only two problems are that it gets muddy when you put it on the ground (as opposed to the type you hold while the dog drinks), and that it can leak (there is a somewhat flimsy ring in the lid that can get squished, but is easy to put back into place).
Overall I'm pleased with it, and would buy it again.