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Dog is Good Water Bottle for Your Pet



Hi Neighbors!

Do you have a dog you take on long walks or maybe to the park.  How about a water bottle for your dog?  Dog is Good has stainless steel water bottles with the roller ball in the end to make bring water for your pet easy!  It has a clip so you can attach it to a belt loop or purse strap, or even a backpack for hiking. It's definitely convenient, as well as good looking.  It's the one accessory many owners don't know what they need before they see it!-



From Dog is Good:
Stainless-steel water bottle has two openings: the small one up top has a ball-bearing to control water flow when you hold the bottle upside-down for Dog to drink (think hamster water bottle and you're on the right track). The second opening is larger to allow for filling and cleaning. You can also un-screw the whole top of the bottle, flip it over - and it's a cup! 

I have to confess here, it took a few minutes for our dogs to even consider approaching the water bottle we were holding.  I think maybe they thought we were going to spray them or something.  Pansy finally approached and sniffed it to see what it was.


The water bottle will be great when we take any of the dogs with us on trips.  We usually carry water dishes with us, but we always have to dump them out so they don't spill.  With the water bottle from Dog is Good, we can just pull out the bottle anytime it is needed.  No mess, no fuss.


Wouldn't this make a perfect gift for someone who has a dog?  Be sure to stop by and check out the other products available from Dog is Good.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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This would be great for me.
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