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Dog Water Fountain

Updated on October 18, 2015

Bruno Needs A Water Fountain

Bruno is spoiled rotten so he will certainly have one of these doggie water fountains.
Bruno is spoiled rotten so he will certainly have one of these doggie water fountains. | Source

Our Bruno Would Enjoy One of These

I am thinking of getting this dog water fountain for our Bruno. He now has a nice fenced in play area in the back yard but the water source is inside the fence so it is difficult to go turn on the water, fill the water bucket with the hose, and then go back and turn the water off. My husband and I are getting up in years and anything we can do to make it easier for us is important. I have read the customer reviews on Amazon and it sure sounds like this might just be exactly what we need. We could keep it on the back porch so it wouldn't collect leaves and trash and it will be much easier to get to for refills.

Bruno is our pride and joy and we want him to stay healthy. It is a known fact that dogs need plenty of water. This dog water fountain was developed by a Veterinarian and really looks like what our Bruno needs. It holds 3.5 gallons of water and it has a filtration system to keep the water clear and clean. I know that Bruno would enjoy the running water feature and it would encourage him to drink more water which in turn would make him a much healthier dog. Of course, Bruno doesn't think that he is a dog and I have no plans of telling him any different.

Yes, I think this would definitely solve our problem of keeping fresh water in his new play area and maybe he would get enough to drink that he won't want to drink out of the commodes. We can always hope!

Drinkwell Indoor Outdoor Dog Fountain

Drinkwell Indoor Outdoor Dog Fountain
Drinkwell Indoor Outdoor Dog Fountain

The filter system not only removes large debris like leaves but also removes the bad odor and bad taste.


Replacement Kit for the Drinkwell Dog Fountain

PetSafe Drinkwell Outdoor Dog and Cat Water Fountain Replacement Filter Kit
PetSafe Drinkwell Outdoor Dog and Cat Water Fountain Replacement Filter Kit

It is good to be prepared by having replacement filters on hand. The filters will need to be changed every 2 to 4 wks so you will not want to run out. This kit comes with 4 filters to keep the water fresh and tasting good for your pet.


Dog Water Fountain, Replacement Filters and Cleaning Kit for Dog Water Fountain

This stainless steel dog water fountain holds 3 1/2 gallons of fresh water that has been filtered. Refills are simplified with the dual reservoirs. This is supposedly the largest dog fountain on the market.

It is very important to make sure your pet is hydrated by providing him/her with clean water. Dehydration is a major problem in older pets and in puppies. Sometimes water that is sitting in a bowl will become stagnant and not taste good to your pet and not be good for him either. This system provides flowing fresh water.

While I am ordering, I better get these replacement filters and cleaning kit at the same time. It pays to be prepared.

Watch Our Bruno In The Video Below

Bruno loves to eat water from the hose. Watch as he grabs bites of water. That dog will eat anything!

Our Bruno Eats Water

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Enjoy these videos about the Drinkwell Dog Fountain

There are several sizes and styles to choose from and they all offer clean, filtered water for your pet. Drinking water will help keep your pet healthy and he/she is more likely to drink it if it taste good. I enjoyed watching the videos below and thought you would too.

Comparing Three Models of Drinkwell Dog Fountains

Drinkwell Original Pet Water Fountain


Bruno smiling
Bruno smiling | Source

Our Bruno Bruno is Excited. Can you tell?

Bruno is so excited about the possibility of getting one of these Drinkwell Dog Fountains!

I feel sure he will figure out a way to get both feet in the drinking water since that is what he loves to do. After he stands in it awhile he will start figuring out how to sit in it. He is so funny.,


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      Connie Rasbury 2 years ago

      Well, I was pretty sure Bruno was spoiled but now I have no doubt.

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      KimGiancaterino 4 years ago

      I provide lots of filtered water for my cats, but they always seem to prefer drinking out of the birdbath. Maybe a fountain would make them happy. Bruno deserves it!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I could see where this would come in handy indeed.

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 4 years ago from United States

      Looks like a great idea to me too! My pups get so thirsty when they are outside running around and playing. It is such hard work being a dog :)

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      Heather Burns 4 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      We have it and we love it!