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Petlibro Stainless Steel Fountain: Exclusive 20% Discount

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We reviewed the Petlibro Automatic Capsule Fountain earlier this year and featured it again last week, when we announced that it comes in new fun colors, along with a 20% discount. Today, we’re featuring Petlibro’s stainless steel fountain, since many of you expressed interest in it.  The two main things I look for in a fountain are that it needs to be easy to clean and easy to operate, but I also want it to look good and be quiet. While we haven’t had a chance yet to review this fountain, it appears to meet all these requirements.Continue Reading

Petlibro Automatic Capsule Fountain, Now in Fun Colors + Exclusive Discount

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We reviewed the Petlibro Automatic Capsule Fountain earlier this year.  With so many fountains available, it can be hard to decide what’s good and what’s not. The two main things I look for in a fountain are that it needs to be easy to clean and easy to operate, but I also want it to look good and be quiet. This fountain hits all these marks. And now, it comes in four fun colors!Continue Reading

Review: Catit LED Flower Fountain

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Water is critical to keeping your cat healthy. Cats as a species don’t have a high thirst drive, and this can lead to chronic low-level dehydration if a cat is fed mostly dry food, which in turn, can lead to urinary tract and kidney problems. Proper hydration can help prevent urinary tract disease and promote healthy kidney function by flushing toxins. Fountains are a great way to encourage cats to drink more water. The Catit LED Flower Fountain is well-designed, and super cute to boot!Continue Reading

Review: PetSafe® Drinkwell® Pagoda Pet Fountain

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Water is critical to keeping your cat healthy, and to spread this important message to pet parents, Petsafe® has declared July Pet Hydration Month. Even though cats get moisture from a raw or canned diet, they should still have plenty of fresh water available at all times. Cats as a species don’t have a high thirst drive, and this can lead to chronic low-level dehydration if a cat is fed mostly dry food, which in turn, can lead to urinary tract and kidney problems.Continue Reading