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Pioneer Pet Raindrop Stainless Steel Pet Drinking Fountain
- Circulating drinking water is naturally appealing to your pet.
- Replaceable charcoal filter for clean and pure, healthy water
- Dishwasher safe, high grade stainless steel construction allows for easy cleaning, 60 oz capacity
- Move the spout to the center so that everything is aligned perfectly for smooth flow and lesser noise!
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Pioneer Pet Raindrop Stainless Steel Pet Drinking FountainPet fountains help your animals to drink more water because they are attracted to moving water. Now finally there is a stainless steel pet drinking fountain that looks like it belongs in your kitchen. Our stainless steel drinking fountain is extremely easy to take apart and clean. There has never been a pet fountain that looks or works as well as this one does. Circulating drinking water is naturally appealing to your pet and will attract your pet to the fountain. Ultra quiet pump circulates and oxygentates the water while the filter cleans and purifies the water. One filter is included with the fountain and each filter typcially lasts about 30 days (replacement filters are sold separately). The dishwasher safe, stainless steel construction allows for easy, hassle free cleaning. The 7.3 foot long cord easily disconnects for easy cord removal for cleaning. The large capacity reduces the number of times you need to refill each day making your life easier. Customers need to clean their pumps to keep it working . In the manual it states that the customer needs to clean the pump once a month to keep it working properly. 1 year warranty on the pumps to replace any defective items. Using stainless steel bowls help to protect your pets from bacterial infection
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. With the elegant shape & sparkling stainless steel, this pet fountain will go with any décor in your home. There has never been a pet fountain that looks or works as well as this one does.
Product Features & Benefits
- Water flow continuously washes the bowl for maximum cleanliness.
- Premium Stainless Steel.
- Capacity: 60 oz. (1.77L)
- Product Dimensions: 4 ¼”H x 9 ¾”W x 11 ¾” L
- Product Weight: 1.7 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.
Color: Stainless Steel
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|Item Dimensions||9 x 11.5 x 4.5 in||11.94 x 8.5 x 5.94 in||14.75 x 14.63 x 7.5 in||11 x 13.25 x 5.25 in||12.44 x 12.44 x 8.19 in||9.25 x 8 x 5 in|
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It took some time for him to figure out that the object on the floor was for him, that it was a source of water, and that there is more than one way to capture his drink. He seems to prefer the water at the source where it bubbles up or as it runs down the little ramp toward the bowl.
The fountain runs very quietly. Willie does not hear well anymore but if he did, I don't think the pump noise would concern him. There is one suggestion I do have, however, when you're preparing this fountain for your kitty. After you've gotten all the parts washed and have filled the fountain with water, let it run a short while, then empty that batch of water. Refill with fresh water and run it a while longer. Now comes the funny part--get down on your hands and knees and sniff the fountain where the water bubbles out. When I did this, it was no longer a mystery why Willie was not immediately drawn to drink from his new fountain. There is a rubber grommet where the water flows out and it smells so strongly of rubber that's it awful! No one would want a drink from something that stinky, especially not a kitty with a sensitive nose. Keep running fresh water through the fountain until you're convinced that YOU would be willing to take a little drink from your kitty's new fountain. When there is no more smell, your kitty will eventually be tempted to investigate and hopefully taste the water that flows from his new gift.
I have updated my rating of this fountain from 3 stars to 5. Willie is really enjoying his new source of water! He's tried drinking from the bubbling source, the ramp, and the still pool at the bottom. He likes having a choice. Just in case this didn't make the cut with him, I left his "old-fashioned" regular bowl of water setting next to the fountain and he walks right passed it in favor of his new gift.
Also, you should know the cleaning of this fountain couldn't be easier. After I've washed the human dishes on Saturday, I simply unplug, disassemble, and hand wash the entire fountain. I put it back together and we're good to go for another week. My plan is to disassemble the motor and clean it when I change the filter--which is going to be the middle of July. I think 45 days will be appropriate for both activities.
Well, once again, good luck if you purchase this pet fountain. I hope your experience is as favorable as ours. Two paws up from Willie, the 20-year-old cat.
1) The design of the water flow is prone to splashing out of the dish and making a mess. Especially if you fill it too high. Which means that you have to fill it A LOT because the fill target zone between splashing out and going below the line at which the pump will work is relatively narrow.
2) The weight of the stainless steel is significantly lighter than it looks in the pictures. It feels chinsy, but more importantly, because the top piece is not heavy, it tends to rattle from the vibration of the pump.
3) The pump itself failed within the first week. It also appears that there is no filter, so the pump seems to be prone to clogging from hair.
4) The pump is not as quiet as in the drinkwell models.
5) Our cats wanted nothing to do with it. Perhaps it's the shiny metal, but they seemed to prefer the plastic drinkwell fountain much more.
We're ordering the Drinkwell Platinum instead.
A huge positive in my opinion is that I have been re-using the filter by refilling it myself. The filter casing is plastic and is in two halves that fit together. You can carefully separate the filter top and bottom(it has small plastic posts on one side that fit into holes on the other side of the filter casing)and dump out the old filter floss and activated carbon. Then go to a pet supply store and buy a bag of floss and activated carbon, I fill up one side with the carbon, then put some filter floss on top and rejoin the top and bottom halves. The result is a fresh new filter. A big bag of filter floss is $5 at the pet store, and a big jar of activated carbon is also about $5. So for about $10 I have over a year supply of the materials for new filters - which is much cheaper than buying new filters themselves. I've been changing the filter 1X per month, washing out the filter housing and pump, and running the pet fountain itself through the dishwasher. This pet fountain has ran reliably for over 6 months now. Our cats and puppy love it and we highly recommend it. It also looks stylish, which is a nice bonus.