|Bowl & Storage Feature||Travel||Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe||Collapsible, Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Travel, BPA-Free, Lead-Free||—||Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe|
|Material||Plastic||Metal, Stainless Steel||Silicone||Plastic||Metal, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Melamine|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Extra Small Breeds|
|Capacity (Max)||17-oz||1 cup||1.5-cup; 12-oz, 1.5-cup/12-oz||Bowl - 3-cup; 24-oz per bowl; Storage - 6-cup||0.50 Cup/4-oz|
|Lifestage||Adult||Adult||All Lifestages||Adult||Puppy, Adult, Senior|
|Tools Included||—||—||No Tools Required||—||—|
This pet water bottle is only slightly more functional than putting the water in your hand. The mechanism or lack thereof for securing the bottle to the cup is easily knocked off by a thirsty pup, and of course this repeated situation can be frustrating for both parties. The bottle has a mostly leak proof top, at least when it’s new, and a large enough capacity to water your dog on a reasonably long walk during a hot, summer day. The “latch” that hold the bottle in the cup is weak and slips easily, so depending on how you carry the ensemble, you can be picking up the bottle on occasion. I keep just the bottle and a collapsible cup in a Fanny pack now and leave the included “cup” at home. Still, as a bargain solution it is entirely functional but there are other inexpensive options which are better quality in my opinion.
I was excited to buy a water bottle from a company that uses the ethical in its name, until I saw the bottle’s materials are sourced in China, probably the most unethical country on the planet.
We bought this to take hiking and to replace a smaller one. There’s no good way to carry it if you’re hiking pack free. It’s too big for a pocket, the hook is flimsy, and the string is not comfortable.
I've had this since my dog was a puppy. Have both sizes depending on the duration of the walk. It's convenient and he adjusted to drinking from it rather quickly. There are a lot of complaints about adjusting the valve top into the pan, it's made so that you don't waste water and should fit "just so" in order to be practical. Just look at the instructions.
I ordered this so I didn’t have to carry a bottle of water and collapsible dish but it ends up I prefer doing that. The bottle is hard for me to snap into place to get the water to come out so my dog gets thirsty and impatient. I’ve probably ruined his expectations by whipping out a bottle and giving him water right away so it’s probably my fault but it doesn’t change the fact that I don’t use it.
I am sure this will come in handy on warm summer car rides and walks. So glad I bought one.
I ordered 2 of the mini bottles but was sent the regular. My dog is only 3lbs so the one sent is too large.
We bought these for our 3 dogs in hopes of having more accessible water in our hikes. The bottles leaked before we even left the house. They are a cute idea but.. It was easier to take a water bottle and their bowls.
The lid has small holes in it to allow you to squirt water into the bowl, so unfortunately it leaks all the time. I’d recommend a different bottle.
the overall contraption feels cheap and it is, but it hasn't broke on me yet. the clip and string handle is useful. ive never been able to suspend the bottle upside down in the fixated hole but i dont really need to. the water leaks out of the cap and nozzle part when squeezing bottle but my dog likes that. in order to prevent leakage, the bottle should always be carried upright. im making it work for now, chewy doesnt sell the built-in bowl type bottle.