Non-spill Water Bowl

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  1. Lisa

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    Just got one of these from Dog Doza, on offer. This is the smaller size at 0.7 litres for £8.40 with free postage.
    As seen on Dragon's Den.....
     
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    Had one of these for a few years. It's excellent. Sometimes quite stiff to open it apart to clean underneath though.
     
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    We've got one, or something very similar, in the van. It does exactly what it claims to do (y)
     
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  4. Lisa

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    Great! Looks like I'm going to be pleased with it then :D
     
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    We have one, sometimes the floating insert sticks a bit, our two whippets just look pathetically at us then, but my son's pointer just sticks his big paw in it and pushes it down to get more water :)
    Doesn't spill water at all, even when I'm driving !
     
  6. Dawn B

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    We've got one and it's a job and a half to get the lid off to empty it !
     
  7. Madwife

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    We have six of them! Two large and four small - great inventions and yes hard to spill water out of them even when Victor turns his upside down in his cage!

    Kath
     
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    For us its not the bowl that spills its our GSD you would think he's got a sieve for a mouth when he drinks :)
     
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    yikes.... for a dogs bowl.. :eek:

    it must cost all of 50p to make .. what a rip-off

    I'll stick to mopping up the odd spill
     
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    Phoebe is the same.....and then there is the sloshing sound she makes when she decides to go for a front paw paddle!
     
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  11. Madwife

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    [QUOTE="ScotJimland, post: 1439370, member:

    I'll stick to mopping up the odd spill[/QUOTE]

    I would be wiping up and changing vet beds all the time if I used ordinary drinking bowls in the car or MH.

    Kath image.jpg
     
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    not saying they are not a good idea.. just way over priced

    my two get a drink when we stop for a break..
     
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    They do that to cool down.
     
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    Nah....she does it to wind me up!......and cos she likes it!
     
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    Lisa, have I missed a posting and photo on your new little dawgy?
     
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    Jessie's not too keen drinking out of the bowl with the floating plastic insert inside. Since I've taken it out she's much happier and the rim is enough to stop any spills.
     
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    I tried one, but could not get at all of the beer, so gave up and stayed with drinking out of a glass....... ;)
     
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    Had the same problem, but didn't want to mention it in case people got the wrong idea about me :whistle:
     
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    Didn't know you were a beer drinker.........or was it the wine? ;)
     
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    Both, but not in the same bowl
     
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