4 in 1 Dog Water Bottle, Pet Portable Water Bottle with 300ML Water Tank, Dog Food Storage, Poop Shovel & Garbage Bag
About this item:
1. Leak Proof - Silica gel seal ring and the locking design inside the bottle body can prevent water leakage efficiently. The O-shaped wide trough conforms to the dog’s oral structure, so the water won't pour out.
2. Easy to Use - Pressing water key lightly to fill water , and release to stop water. Just keep pressing the button to let the extra water flow back to the bottle, very suitable for one-handed use.
3. Multifunctional Dog Water Bottle - Your pet can enjoy pure and safe water and food enough in a trip or walk with it. In addition, You can clean the pet's excrement with the attached shovel and put it in the attached convenience bag.
4. Durable and Safe - The dog water dispenser is made from ABS material, more durable compare with other common bottle, also is resistant to high temperature and corrosion, and easy to disassemble and clean.
5. Portable and Convenient - Yotelim pet water dispenser can hold 300 ml(10 ounces) water and 150 ml(5 ounces) food, enough for outdoor walking, travelling, playing .etc. You can hang it on your hand or put it in your bag easily.
|4 in 1 Dog Water Bottle, Pet Portable Water Bottle with 300ML Water Tank, Dog Food Storage, Poop Shovel & Garbage Bag
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1. 4in1 design : Water bottle & food container & waste bag dispenser & dog poop scoop.
|Outdoor walking, hiking, camping with pets
How Dogs Perspire & Why Available Water is Important:
Humans perspire by sweating. It is a wonderful method of controlling our body temperatures! While it is true, ‘some’ hairless dog breeds, like the Peruvian Hairless or Chinese Crested, do sweat throughout their bodies, nearly all of the dog breeds do not! With most dogs, sweating is limited to the footpads and potentially the nose, which does not amount to much.
On an 85-degree day, for example, the temperature inside a car with the windows opened slightly can reach 102 degrees within 10 minutes. After 30 minutes, the temperature will reach 120 degrees. Your pet may suffer irreversible organ damage or die (HSUS).
Unlike us, they perspire via panting! On the other hand, just like us, this requires a constant supply of water. If it is sweltering outside, their ability to pant may be restricted (i.e., wearing a muzzle), or they are unfortunate enough to have a shorter skull (brachycephalic- i.e., Pugs, English Bulldogs), overheating can become a huge problem!
Keeping a constant supply of fresh water available for your pet is not just vital, sometimes it can be a matter of life and death!
Know the symptoms of overheating in pets, including excessive panting or difficulty breathing, increased heart and respiratory rate, drooling, mild weakness, stupor, or even collapse (ASPCA).
Extra Note: Why NOT shave double-coated breeds
While this may seem like common sense because we would never wear an extra coat during the summer, it could be a drastic mistake for your pet. That topcoat functions to help trap in cool air while protecting from harmful radiation and insect bites to boot. Shaving that thick double coat might increase the chances of overheating.
How Much Water Dogs Need?
On average, most need one ounce of water per pound of weight every day, but overly active dogs will need more. Puppies also tend to drink more. On overly hot days, you want to provide more water because your dog will need to perspire (pant) more to control body temperature.
If possible, try to provide a constant supply of fresh water! While you should limit the food available to prevent over-eating, the same rule does not apply to drinking water, and it should constantly be available.
If you have difficulty with potty accidents, it is better to change the bathroom schedule accordingly than to take away drinking water before bedtime, for example.