Comes in several colors. Bowl attaches to the water bottle and can flat on the ground for your dog to use for drinking. Holds about 20 oz. of water. BPA-free. Wide mouth makes it easy to put in ice cubes. Tray is a decent size, even for bigger dogs.
This bottle does not come with a clip or a strap.
Water doesn't spill. Dogs seems to enjoy drinking out of it. Easy push button access to the water. Bottle has a lock to help prevent leakage. Water slides easily back in the bottle if your dog does not drink it all. Made from a BPA-free material.
The biggest drawback of this water bottle is that it only holds 10 oz. of water.
Water bottle is sturdy, works well and does not cost a lot of money. Designed to hang easily from your backpack or bag. Enough water for dogs under about 60 lbs. You can squeeze out the exact amount your dog needs. Performs as expected.
You will have to keep your hand on the bottle while your pet drinks or it will likely fall over and spill your water.
Keeps you from having to carry a separate bowl. Easy to fill. Lightweight. Carry strap is sturdy. Comes with a carabiner for hanging on your belt or pack. Holds 20 oz. of water. Dogs seem to like it.
It is hard to get the water your dog doesn't drink back in the water bottle.
Convenient universal size. Comes in several colors and a smaller size for smaller dogs. Compact. Does a decent job of not leaking. A good value and easier than carrying a bowl.
The design of this model does not allow you to tip unused water back into the bottle. The clip could be better designed.
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