Quench Your Dog’s Thirst with Wag.com
July 1, 2014
There are many reasons why we should remember to constantly drink water. In fact, I’ve been told that I’m supposed to drink eight full glasses a day for a number of reasons. Hydration is good for skin; it keeps you looking alive and bright. In addition, it flushes the sodium out of your system. And, among other things, it allows you to enjoy some fun in the sun without a painful headache or the feeling of passing out.
All people need water, and you must remember that your puppy needs it too! It’s summer time, which means you should be filling up your dog’s water bowl more often than normal. Don’t let your best friend be thirsty for too long! Check out Wag.com for some great water bowls for your pets. There are so many to choose from, but I’ve picked out my favorites.
For The Spoiled Pup: Drinkwell Red Stoneware Pagoda Fountain, $79.95
I’ll admit; this waterer seems a little excessive and bougie upon first impression, but once I tell you about its features, you’ll be dying to have one. Now, I think I can say that many of us don’t spend our entire day at home watching the dogs even though sometimes that seems preferable. The great thing about this fountain is it holds up to 70 ounces of water! It also recirculates the water, filtering it, and therefore providing your animals with the cleanest and freshest water possible. I love the red color and the pagoda structure; it will fit in very well with your stylish home.
For The Sassy Pup: Wagwear Thirsty? Ceramic Bowl – Small, $18
Why not get a water bowl that displays its purpose ever so clearly? This simple ceramic bowl is funny, but it also serves its purpose very well. The block lettering and sleek structure give sit a contemporary look. And even though your dog won’t be able to read the funny phrase, I’m sure that all of your guests will let out a little chuckle. If you need a bowl for food also, why not get the matching Hungry? Ceramic bowl?
For The Hipster Pup: ORE Pet Urban Country Bowl – Small, $17.49
So you’ve replaced all of your traditional glass cups with tons and tons of mason jars. You’ve recently bought succulents to place in your room and hung lights over your bed. If you’re looking for something else to maintain that hipster image, you should purchase this trendy country bowl. If you’ve decided to convert to hipster ways, why not let your dog follow your path?
For The Preppy Pup: Melia Pet Blue Crab Ceramic Dog Bowl – Small, $12
If the last hipster option wasn’t for you, maybe try the preppy one. Some people are not a fan of the thick-framed glasses and instead can’t get enough of bowties and pastels. If that’s you, this blue crab ceramic bowl is just for you. If the blue crab isn’t for you or your pup, there’s a red lobster option!
For The Plain and Simple Pup: Durapet Stainless Steel Bowl, $6.79
It’s never bad to be a minimalist. In fact, as I’m sure you’ve heard, there’s beauty in simplicity. This stainless steel bowl is traditional and classic. Plus, the metal will help keep your puppies’ water tasting cold and fresh. The rubber ring at the bottom prevents your dog’s bowl from moving all over the place while he is quenching his thirst.