It’s thirsty work being a dog, particularly on a sunny day when you’ve spent the last half an hour running around like a lunatic chasing everything in sight! When you’re out and about with your dog it is easy to forget just how thirsty they can get. It’s not as though they can nag you like a child would, which is why you have to preempt their needs and make sure that they have enough water to keep them thoroughly hydrated.
There are a number of ways you can do this. The first and foremost is of course, leaving a good-sized water bowl at home for them to graze on during the day. You should always have fresh water down so that they can come and go as they please, and be sure to clean the bowl thoroughly & regularly.
Just like us, dogs need plenty of water in order to maintain their health. With a lack of hydration they can become lethargic, lazy and depressed. 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 them watered at all times!
In this article we are going to explore various other means of keeping your dog hydrated when at home and on the go!
In fact, the bowls clever design not only reduces your dogs slobber by 90%, but it also keeps long ears and beards out of the water! Zero mess, maximum hydration.
Ultimately, when you take on the responsibility of having a pet you are in charge of their health and well-being. It can be easy to forget sometimes, but you should never leave the house without some means of hydrating your dog. Dogs are such beautiful creatures who love unconditionally, so make sure you earn it and take the very best care them in return!