When you’re out and about with your dog, it’s easy to forget how thirsty they can be. It’s not like they can nag you like a baby, so you need to overtake their needs and make sure that they have enough water to keep your dog hydrated.
You can do this in a number of ways. Of course, the first and foremost is to leave a good-sized bowl of water at home for them to graze on during the day. You should always have fresh water so that they can come and go as they please, and remember to clean the bowl thoroughly and regularly.
Just like us, to maintain their health, dogs need plenty of water. They can become lethargic and lazy with a lack of hydration. If you want your little poochy to keep that gorgeous spring in their step, then be sure to take good care of them and keep your dog hydrated all times!
We will explore various other ways to keep your dog hydrated at home and on the go in this blog!
1. Drinking Water Fountain
A bowl of drinking water is appropriate, of course, although there are benefits for your dog to have a water drinking fountain. First of all, in comparison to stagnant water, dogs love drinking water from natural sources. Not only does the running water from a fountain seem natural, but it also keeps the water fresh and cool. Its filter means that you will not have to change the water every day and will not require cleaning as much as a standing water bowl, and your dog will like drinking water even more!
2. Non-Spill Water Travel Bowl
The nice thing about having one of these Prestige Non-Spill Water Travel Bowls is being able to put them in your car without thinking about any spillages.
In fact, the clever design of the bowls not only reduces the slobber of your dogs by 90%, but it also keeps long ears and beards out of the water! No mess, hydration maximum.
3. Travel Water Bottle
Travel Water Bottle is ideal for a long walk in the sun! For ease, you can hold it clipped onto your belt and just open it and pour it when it’s finished. The dog will be able to drink the water from a tray that can be placed. The bottle holds up to 550ml which is more than enough to keep your dog hydrated and healthy.
Try to pick dog friendly places while planning days out with your dog in the summer. And, if you end up going for lunch or having a couple of drinks in the heat, it’s easier to go to places where dogs are welcome, rather than leaving them in the car. So you can place a water bowl under the table and enjoy your time in the knowledge that your dog is also happy!
Dogs are such beautiful creatures who love unconditionally, just make sure that you deserve them and take their best care in return!
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