Slopper Stopper Dripless Water Bowl
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The Slopper Stopper Deluxe Dripless Water Bowl is a Dripless Specialized Dog Water Bowl that reduces water spills and trails by up to 85% or more by not allowing the Muzzle of the Dog to get soaking wet. Are you tired of chasing your dog around the house with a towel mopping up the water mess? Are you tired of your Wood Floors being destroyed? Are you Tired of Water Trails to All Areas of the House? This Water Bowl greatly reduces the messy business of having to clean up after your 4 legged friends. A Custom Elevated Stand is also available. Slopper Stopper - "Taking Care of The Mess So You Don't Have To!"
- Reduces Water Spills and Trails Up To 85% or More!!
- Helps Reduce Accidental Slips and Falls from Wet Floors
- Lid Design Keeps Ears, Beards, Feet & Snout Dry
- Slower Drinking Means No More Choking on Water
- It's a Great Travel Bowl
- Can Also Be Used as a Food Bowl
- Will Work with Any Breed Size, there are 5 Models to Choose From. Choose Sizing Wisely
- Highest Industrial Strength Food Safety Materials Used
- Bowl is Coated with FDA conforming coating suitable for use on commercial and noncommercial food-contact applications
All Models have the Same 1 Gallon Stainless Steel Water Bowl which is 9.84" W x 4.19" H
Optimum Size Lid To Fit Your Dog Has These Characteristics: See Graphics Below
- Vertical Lid Drinking Chamber Red Arrow Measurement - Your Dogs Overall Tongue LENGTH should be double the length of this measurement.
- Horizontal Lid Drinking Chamber Red Arrow Measurement - Your Dogs Tongue WIDTH should be 10 - 15% smaller than this measurement.
This Bowl Has a Two Week Break In Period for Maximum Results
Dogs that are overweight (meaning not fit) and are 5-10 pounds over the weight limit and with smaller snouts should consider a breed size lower for the Medium, Large and Giant Breed Models.
If your dog is overweight use a weight that he is suppose to be.
If you are unsure of what size to order please reach out to use and send a picture of your dog in front of a doorway from 10 feet away and we will advise as to what is best Breed Sized unit to get with 2 hours turn around time.
ALL BREED SIZE MODELS
Mammoth Breed Type Dogs
Giant Breed Type Dogs
Large Breed Type Dogs
Medium Breed Type Dogs
Small Breed Type Dogs 5 - 20 Lbs
Elevated Wood Stand (Sold Separately)
INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH MATERIALS
Plastic Lid - Clear Food Grade Tritan Material
- Tritan CoPolyester by Eastman Chemical Company gives the product a high quality Feel. This Lid is super durable, a car can run over the material and it will not crack. This material is the cream of the crop when it comes to plastic food safety products.
Stainless Steel Bowl- Holds 1 Gallon of Water
- A thick Stainless Steel Food Grade Metal Bowl (AISI 304 Food Grade 18/8 Stainless Steel 1 Millimeter Thick)
- Bowl is Coated with FDA conforming coating suitable for use on commercial and noncommercial food-contact applications so the water beads nicely and makes the gasket perform well.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS?
How do you fill the unit? (Social Media/Sites Show Videos of This)
- Remove the Lid
- Fill the Bowl to 1 Inch Below Top (Note: Small Breeds Unit Only Fill 1/2 Way Full)
- Insert Pressure Lid Plug into Lid
- Put Lid onto bowl with Slight Pressure
- Simultaneously- Press Down on Lid and Remove Fill Plug (You'll hear a swish sound)
- Water Should stay at the Bottom of Circular Area on Lid. (Clean Gasket If Water Doesn't Stay Down)
How does the dog get the water from the bowl? Dogs drink like cats in that they reverse curl their tongue and plunge it into the water and the water ends up on the back side of the reverse cupped tongue in that chamber and also to the front side of their tongue as they pull it into their mouths and repeat the process. These Bowls have a pool of water at the base of the round shape of the lid roughly 1/2 of an inch deep. The distance from the top of the ball shape of the lid to down where the water level sits is roughly 1/2 the length of the average sized tongue of the respective Breed Size Lid. The dog rests his muzzle at the top of the ball shape on top of the lid and his tongue laps up the water from the pool at the base of the round shape. As their tongue plunges into the pool of water the shape of the ball shape forces even more water up the sides of it and into that reverse cupped chamber on the backside of their tongue while they drink. The water automatically replenishes and stays at that 1/2 inch level.
Does the dog still get the same amount of water on a daily basis? Yes! The Slopper Stopper bowl does slow down your dogs drinking by 1/2 the normal rate of consumption time and they continue to get the same amount of water they would normally drink throughout a day. The bowl allows for 85% or more of the water to be consumed by your dog versus other bowls, which end up with 30-50%+ of the sloppy water all over your floor, for you to clean up. For all those dogs that drink too fast and throw up because of it, this bowl greatly helps with this bad habit.
Why does my dog make more of a mess than I thought he would? There is a break in period of 2 to 3 weeks to see maximum results. In a lot of cases it works right away but sometimes can take up to 2 weeks for the maximum amount of mess to stop. For those first few weeks your dog may make more of a mess than you want and it is usually because they try and put their whole snout down into the circular area. At about 2 weeks he will get used to it and figure out that it is much more efficient to drink by resting his muzzle on the top of the ball shape instead of jamming his snout down into the hole. You can look to see roughly 85% of your old mess is gone using this bowl, in some instances that percentage is even higher. We have seen many instances where a dog learns to drink from this bowl and then will only drink from it, even when there is a wide open/no top open water bowl next to it. They really enjoy drinking from the Slopper Stopper Bowl once they are used to it.
How long does it take for my dog to figure out how to use the bowl? Some dogs go right to the water and start drinking, some may take a day or so to get use to it. An easy way to start them drinking from it is to put a little bit (just a little) of peanut butter on your fingertip and rub it onto the inside lower edge of the ball shape of the lid. Once the dog smells the peanut butter they will go right to it and then realize there is fresh clean water for them to drink.
How effective is the unit at keeping the breeds with long ears, hairy ears and long beards completely dry when they drink? The Patented bowl design prevents breeds with long ears, hairy ears and beards from get those areas wet. This greatly reduces those areas from getting wet and creating a mess. If you have a breed that has an especially long beard (like a Labradoodle) pay close attention to the width measurements of the lids above compared to the width of your dogs tongue and order the width that is 10-15% bigger than the width of your dogs tongue.
If I have multiple dogs, a smaller one and a larger one, can my smaller dog drink out of the bigger bowl? This question depends on what type of smaller dog. If the smaller dog has a thinner and longer snout then yes, smaller dog will simply put his whole snout down into the circular area and drink from the water at the bottom. If you have a French Bulldog with a very wide face and short tongue that breed would have a problem drinking from a Large or a Giant Lid Bowl because their wide face gets in the way. Take a look at the opening sizes and then figure out whether your smaller dog can get his snout all the way to the water. Another option, you can always order a second bowl with the correct sizing for your smaller dog.
What if my dog is a puppy and not full grown and expected to continue to grow? This bowl was designed to be used with a full grown dog. If you know your dog will continue to grow into a bigger sized Breed Lid than you'll need to buy multiple lids to accommodate his growth. Example: You have a 4 Month Old Lab Puppy that will be roughly 70 pounds when full grown but he's making a mess now and you want something that helps now. Well if he is 4 months old and only 35 pounds he needs a Medium Breeds Lid (21-50Lbs), then at full grown he needs the Large Breeds Lid (51-85Lbs). You would simply buy 1 extra Lid Only of the smaller Breed Size Lid, then switch it out to the Large Lid later on as he grows. Also note that puppies and dogs as they are growing are much worse of drinkers than at full grown as they are still developing size wise and mentally.
Is the Bowl DishWasher Safe? Yes! But dishwashers in nature all have very different levels of hot water, we personally hand wash ours. All the parts are definitely dishwasher safe though. Wash the bowl and lid every two days and take out and clean the gasket every three months or earlier.
Pattern Name: Unit-Large Breeds 50-85 Lbs
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We have a Great Dane who is about 150lbs. When he drinks, he drinks A LOT of water! Often, he drinks so much, so fast, that he can walk away and throw up the water in a few minutes. The other issue we have is when he drinks, he has massive amounts of drool and water trails that follow him all over the house. We keep towels on the floor in our mudroom where his water bowl is located, but he still drips and drools all over the wood floor on the first floor of the house.
I ran across this bowl and thought I would give it a try! A $50 water bowl does seem excessive, but if it helps stop the drool trails and help my Dane drink slower, I'm all for it!
It did take about 2-3 days before our Great Dane really got comfortable using the bowl. He would take a few drinks here and there, but seemed confused about it and not so sure. I felt at first he wasn't getting enough water and would fill up an outside bowl for him to drink from. We didn't want him to always use the outside bowl, so after 3 days, we just used the Slobber Stopper and he seemed to finally understand that this was his new water bowl.
He drinks MUCH slower and he has not thrown up once! This is a nifty bowl and I look forward to a drool free house :)
like most if not all other food or water
"stainless" bowls I have bought for my dogs over the years a small rust spot has already appeared...and I have used the bowl only for a couple weeks. If the bowl wouldn't rust, and if I can buy replacement seals for a reasonable price when that time comes, I would rate this product a 5 for sure. For nearly 50 bucks, however, the bowl should not rust...at all...and especially not after only a short time.
SUPER HAPPY that I did!
Having 5 dogs ranging in size from 6# to 125#, we have a lot of slobber in our home...usually as a result of them drinking water like a hippo and slinging the water all over the floor afterwards. NOT ANYMORE!! The worst slobber offender is my 125# cane corso....now she barely leaves a dribble. I LOVE THIS BOWL. I clean and fill it every Sunday and it usually lasts the week for all 5 dogs (they have access to more water outside so it's not their only water source). I expect I will need to fill it twice as often in the winter when they aren't spending so much time outside with access to the outdoor water sources but that's ok.
This bowl is expensive, yes, but it's totally worth not stepping in puddles of dog slobber *many* times daily (requiring changing my socks every time), and it actually makes our kitchen floors safer due to them not being all slippery with water slobbers. Sorry I waited so long to buy it! *Highly recommend!*
Also- wanted to note that all of our dogs drink out of the same bowl. I bought the "Giant" sized bowl and all 5 of my dogs drink from it with no issues:
125# Cane Corso
80# German Shepherd
Two 20# French Bulldogs and
EDIT: my French bulldogs are really not able to get water out of the giant sized bowl that I purchased so they use a regular bowl but the other dogs (including the chihuahua!) all use the Slopper Stopper.
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1. He can drink water, and come drop his beard on my lap and there is absolutely minimal water. This is a lifesaver for my couch, another favourite place to plop his beard down.
2. No more water trails all over the house
3. Easy transition period
4. Dog likes it
5. Greatly reduces beard staining
1. It is INCREDIBLY hard to get the hang of this thing in the first few days. Ion figured it out immediately, but me? Not so much lol.
2. There is a transition period, but it’s exactly what they say - a 1-2 week break in period.
Once you get the hang of it, this thing is a game changer. Even if it did continue dripping all over the floor, that’s the price I pay for getting a bearded dog. I knew wet laps were in my future.
But it’s great because now they don’t have to be!
The biggest selling point for me, however, is how well it keeps his beard from staining. Anyone with a white bearded dog knows what a struggle it is to keep a beard from heavy staining.
You can see for yourself how clean that beard is!
All solved with the amazing Slopper Stopper! An absolute must buy for anyone that has a messy drinker or those that want to play with their water.
Pros - Me he desecho de un problema, que al mirar por foros, la gente decia que no tenia solución.... que tendria que estar siempre mojado toda su vida...
Contras - Tengo que tellenarlo mucho mas a menudo, pero lo hago con gusto, todo sea por la salud de mi cachorro.
It's great and my puppy does drip all over the floor after drinking, but bowl is a bit big for the need..
51 - 85lbs
This will eliminate and paw digging in the water as well as near perfect messes on the floor from beard dripping in the water. Only the snout goes in the water with very little water on your floor. Large fill capacity , stainless steel bowl is thick and sturdy, the plastic is strong and durable . Well worth the extra money
A must for bearded dogs!!!!