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Is your dog safe?! Keep your best friend hydrated during long walks!
Love to go outdoors with your dogs? Grab this Ergonomic Dog Water Bottle and bring it anywhere you go.
Easily keep your beloved pet hydrated with this Ergonomic Dog Water Bottle.
Portable dog bowl fills with water when you squeeze the bottle.
Walk your dog long distances without having to worry about finding a water source.
Conveniently fits in your car's cup holder.
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How to Tell If Your Dog Is Dehydrated
LOOK AT HIS EYES: If your dog's eyes appear dull and sunken into the sockets, he is probably dehydrated.
DO A SKIN TENT TEST: The skin of a dog that is well-hydrated has elasticity. When you pull it up away from the dog's body and then let it drop, it will bounce back to its original position quickly and completely. A dog that is dehydrated loses some skin elasticity. When you gently pick up a piece of his skin between your thumb and first two fingers, then drop it, watch to see how quickly it bounces back. This test can be a little tricky to interpret and relies on you knowing what the normal skin response looks like, so don't trust it entirely. If your dog is showing any other signs of dehydration or you suspect it for any reason, visit your veterinarian.
LOOK AT HIS MOUTH: Your dog's gums should be pink and glistening. If they appear dry and feel tacky when you touch them, your dog is dehydrated. When you push lightly on your dog's gums, a blanched area will appear. When you let go, the lighter area should return to its normal pink color within two seconds. If it takes longer, your dog may be dehydrated. Your dog's saliva should be thin and mostly unnoticeable. If it looks thick and ropey, dehydration may be present. Animals that are sick may not accept handling as well. Take care when looking in your dog's mouth, and stop if he acts upset. These signs of dehydration are more non-specific and may be present when dehydration is not: Lethargy Lack of appetite Increased heart rate
WHILE PLAYING OUTSIDE OR HIKING WITH YOUR DOG,
BRING A PORTABLE WATER SOURCE!
Remember that your dog will need to replenish his fluids if he is exercising, and a water source may not be readily available while you are out and about. Your dog needs water while exercising in cold weather as well as when it is hot. There are light, easy traveling water solutions for hiking and playing with your dog. Try Squeezy Fountain Dog Water Bottle!
Nice idea for walks, or for carrying in the car. I need something for walks in the morning, and this works for carrying, but think I will get creative about fastening it to my belt of a strap or something. Tried it as soon a I received it on my dog, they had no problem drinking from it.
Best dog travel bowl ever! Just squeeze the bottle and the water comes up; when done the water goes back down. Fits in any cup holder.
This is great! We love it! Just took a 1400 mile road trip and was able to give our dog water all along the way even in the car.
Question: Will this come with a strap for carrying?
Question: Is it dishwasher safe? Is it easy to hand-wash the insides and all parts/crevices?
Answer: This bottle should not be washed in a dishwasher-- but it is easy to hand wash!
Question: I just watched a late night commercial for this product. Is Aqua-dog suitable for a Mother-In-Law who sits next to the dog in the back seat?
Answer: If by suitable you mean easy to use then yes.
Question: Can a filled bottle be put in a bag without worrying about the bag getting soaked?
Answer: Yes, it sucks back up the water into the bottle and stays dry outside.
Question: Is it large enough for a German Shepherd or is it more geared towards smaller dogs? Answer: The bowl top holds maybe about 6-8 oz and you do have to keep squeezing the bottle to keep the water up but I really like this for my little dog when walking or traveling by car to give him an easy, accessible drink of water.