PETSAFE Drinkwell Multi-Tier Plastic Dog & Cat Fountain, 100-oz -

PetSafe Drinkwell Multi-Tier Plastic Dog & Cat Fountain, 100-oz

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Rated 3.9604 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • Dishwasher safe (excluding pump). The inline disconnect on cord helps to easily remove the pump.
  • 100-ounce water capacity which makes this ideal for cats and dogs under 50 pounds.
  • Replaceable carbon filter removes bad tastes and odors.
  • Patented free-falling stream draws oxygen into the water to maximize aeration.
  • Submersible pump for quiet operation.

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Questions & Answers

49 Customer Questions

We have hard water. Is this susceptible to mineral build up in the fountain or pump? Would it be safe to run a rinse with vinegar through the fountain?
Answer by ChewyApr 25, 2018
If you have “hard water” where you live, you may start to see white mineral deposits on or down inside the pump. This may eventually prevent the impeller from turning properly. To avoid having to replace the pump the manufacturer recommends that you clean the pump more frequently, clean with regular white vinegar and let the vinegar soak for several minutes down inside the pump’s cavity, or use bottled water.

Where is the motor for this fountain, inside or outside the bowl
Answer by ChewyAug 03, 2017
The pump is submersible for a quiet operation.

How to you fill it? Do you just pour directly into the bowl? I've never had a pet water fountain before and I'd like to know if you find it easy to refill the water. Thanks!
Answer by ChewyAug 02, 2019
Add water to the fountain as needed. Due to the dual bowl design of this fountain, maintaining both water levels at a higher level will help decrease the noise level of your fountain. Never let the water level fall below 1 inch (2.54 cm) above the bottom of the bowl or you may risk burning out the pump.

Why does the water develop foam?
Answer by ChewyMay 15, 2018
Traces of food particles may form protein foam in waterfall-style fountains. It's recommended that you change the water if you see any debris, and clean the fountain thoroughly on a weekly basis to prevent bacterial build-up.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bobby on Mar 8, 2023

Absolutely love it!!

It's such an awesome thing. Not only do the cats love it, but they drink from it constantly. I highly recommend to anyone with cats that love the dripping water or faucet

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Cindie on Mar 22, 2023

Way too loud!

The fountain works great but it is so loud! It sounds like some kind of machinery so I cannot keep it in the kitchen.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By smiley on Feb 28, 2023

Not buying again

My animals didn't like it and even with the filter it was nasty water after a couple of days, no instructions with it either

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Lillian on Oct 10, 2022

No Other Like It

The only reason it's 4/5 stars is because it's highly annoying to clean, and the pump broke on us. But the pump breaking was our fault, and it lasted us at least 1 1/2 years. This is the ONLY fountain my cat adores. I've tried several others, and I mean several (sigh), but this is the one. I'm coming back, and taking better care of the pump this time.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mare on Feb 3, 2023

Dog & Cat Fountain

My cats and dogs love this fountain. I do too because it's so easy to clean.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By JanL on Aug 28, 2022

Multi-Tier Good Idea but....

For some reason both myself and my husband tried (following the directions) to take the unit apart to set up pump but unable to separate the top from lower section. We have another style Drinkwell fountain so we are familiar with squeezing sides to take them apart but this one will not budge. My cats like to drink out of the top of other fountains if I leave the top off. This one I'll have to send back and not sure if I should try to have them send another unit or look for a totally different style.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Molly on Jan 8, 2023

Broke within a year

Really like it overall. Sadly it stopped working the other day, only a year after I got it

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By ewoktr on Oct 11, 2022

quit working

this Drinkwell Multi-Tier Plastic Dog & Cat Fountain, 100-oz, I would not. It worked for 2 weeks then quit. The motor would not work. I kept it clean and the filter clean but it just stopped & would not work.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Rocky on Jul 26, 2022

Don’t buy if you pet has hair!

I bought this after downsizing from a dog mate that gave us constant pump trouble. My pets absolutely love drinking from it when it’s working but problem is it has a very small pump that becomes clogged very quickly and almost impossible to thoroughly clean. It would get a nasty film after just a few days, I’m assuming because the pump could really circulate. I did my best every couple days to pull the hair off the pump so water could get thru but there’s no doubt that hair was getting inside the pump where I couldn’t reach. I would consider this a medium size watered compared to others I’ve had but it’s the smallest pump I’ve ever seen. The way the filer goes in I really thought would block debris from getting by but it doesn’t. I just ordered a much more expensive model that has a pre filter that’s supposed to catch debris before it gets to a second filter and pump. We’ll see how this goes. I really want to go back to an old fashioned bowl but the spoiled brats refuse to drink out of anything but a fountain now.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kath on Dec 6, 2022

Drinkwell Fountain

Our cat loves this water fountain better than any other I have tried. Good product.