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Pioneer Pet Raindrop Ceramic Drinking Fountain
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- Circulating drinking water is naturally appealing to your pet
- Replaceable charcoal filter for clean and pure, healthy water
- Dishwasher Safe
- 60 oz capacity
- Modern design fits in any home décor
- Attractive, sanitary drinking fountain that's good for your pet's health
- Heavy-duty ceramic construction, no battery required
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Drinking Fountain Raindrop™ by Pioneer Pet
Moving water attracts pets, encouraging them to drink to stay hydrated & healthy. The ultra-quiet pump circulates and oxygenates the water. Finally, there is a ceramic pet fountain that looks like it belongs in your kitchen. It is extremely easy to clean & maintain.
Product Features & Benefits
- Water flow continuously washes the bowl for maximum cleanliness
- Durable black ceramic.
- Capacity: 60 oz. (1.77L).
- Product Dimensions: 4¼"H x 9¾"W x 11¾"L
- Product Weight: 4.25 lbs.
- Premium replaceable charcoal filter for clean & pure, healthy water.
- Patent pending design holds filter and electric pump.
- Safe, low voltage UL listed power system.
- 6’ (1.82m) long power cord.
- Easy cleaning, dishwasher safe.
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|Size||3.75 lb||3.75 lb||8 lb||4.37 lb|
|Dimensions||4.5 inches x 9.75 inches||4.5 inches x 9 inches||4.75 inches x 12.5 inches||8.3 inches x 12.25 inches|
|Item Weight||6.5 pounds||25 grams||8.05 pounds||5.85 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The main advantages that this fountain has over others are:
1. It's CERAMIC. No scratches in the plastic leading to bacteria. No allergies to the plastic, which some cats get.
2. QUIET PUMP. The pump is absolutely silent. There are three settings on the pump and the first one gives no sounds whatsoever. I have it set on the second setting to get the sound of trickling water. The pump is still quet.
3. EASY TO CLEAN. This was the main reason I got this one. The Drinkwell and petmate fountains requires disassembly and cleaning with special brushes. This fountain is only THREE PARTS. The top part where the water flows down, the main bowl, and the pump. Since it's ceramic, I basically set it at the hottest water setting to scrub it down and sanitize. No special brushes, no bleeding knuckles.
4. NO LEAKS. Just because of the way this fountain is designed (top ceramic dish sits on top of the main bowl), there is no way it can possibly leak. Unless you crack the ceramic dishes, of course!
5. It's pretty.
The only thing I wonder about the other fountains is whether or not my cat would like the waterfall-type fountains. My cat seems to like to drink out of the part where the water comes out of the pump more than out of the bowl. Nevertheless, he gets fresh water and seems to enjoy it.
So far, I'm satisfied with the fountain, and my cat seems to like it, too. As for the pump, I'll have to see how long it lasts.
I have owned several different types of pet fountains pretty much since they came out over 10 years ago. And anyone who owns pet fountains knows one of the biggest pains is cleaning them. The major two leaders in the market the Drinkwell and Petmate Fresh Flow seem to dominate the market making finding filters easy. They are great, personally I found the Petmate's quieter than the Drinkwell, that and the cats seem to prefer drinking the water pouring down the slope design of the Petmate than the water tricking down the spout of the Drinkwell. The Drinkwell also didn't last as long as my two Petmates (both the large and regular size still work after some 3-5 year respectively). I also own the Hagen CatIt Fresh & Clear, which has water trickling down the sides of a dome bubble, which one of my cats loves. (Don't recommend attaching the side food bowl to the CatIt, it increase the amount of food that ended up in the water than just leaving it unattached and setting it a few inches off to the side).
So you are probably wondering why I recently ordered the Pioneer Pet Fountain when I own three other usable fountains. The answer is maintenance. The plastic water fountains must be cleaned completely by hand.Read more ›
The Cons: Some water noise and a very small amount of splash over the edge. Enough that I'd put it on a plastic tray if I didn't do the below modification.
The Mod: This mod will cost about $3 and fix both the noise and the splashing. Order this fountain and then go out and buy some Sabra hummus, eat and enjoy, retain lid. (google image search Sabra Hummus) Once you're done take some scissors and cut the lid along the "wave" in the label, discarding the part of the lid with the label. Now trim off about 2/3 of the red rim on the remaining section of lid leaving a tab or hook in the middle. Slip this between the "waterfall" part and the bowl and you're done! For me this solved both the noise and the splash with about two minutes work. (PS, try the Buffalo Wing hummus!)
Four stars because they could have included a part like this in the design and I don't think it should need modification in order to not splash water. Maybe they should include a coupon for hummus?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely terrible. Did not even last a month without the pump going in and out. If I wanted a bowl of water for the cats without fountain action I would have just gotten a bowl... Read morePublished 8 days ago by K. B.
We bought this because our cat seems to be alergic to plastic. He gets what our vet referred to as "kitty acne", and its hard to heal up. Read morePublished 9 days ago by skeet
I had the cheaper plastic fountains for years (several of them) and they always get scale build up over time. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Cynncat
The top part is not secure enough to be active-pet friendly. My Theodore (like many other cats) loves to play in his water before he drinks, which resulted in always knocking the... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Katherine Elizabeth
We were worried that our puppy wasn't drinking enough water, and with her penchant for eating non food items, we wanted her as hydrated as possible. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
The cat loves it. I wasn't sure if he would use it. He found it and visits it frequently. He stopped bugging me for the dripping faucet. It is easy to clean. Read morePublished 28 days ago by delleb