When going outside with your dog, it's important to bring something that can help to quench Fido's thirst. While public drinking water fountains or even traditional fountains, pounds, and lakes can contain harmful pathogens, travel water bowls are somewhat of an inconvenience to use, as dog owners still need to get them from their pockets or backpack, get a source of safe-to-drink water (an extra water bottle they bring along for example), and fill the bowl up. However, all these worries and nuisances can be avoided when using something like the Highwave AutoDogMug.
This is the first and only, one handed hydration system for dogs, working as one of the best (if not the best) travel mugs for dogs that's currently available.
Let's take a detailed look at the Highwave AutoDogMug and check everything it has to offer both dog owners and their beloved four legged friends.
DESIGN & SPECS
First of all, the AutoDogMug is super handy to have around, as this compact doggy drinking gadget measures just 8.5" tall and can hold up to 18 oz. of water.
The AutoDogMug is also super easy to use, featuring a one-handed operation design. It comes equipped with a removable strap that can be used as a handle, or ultimately, for attaching to a backpack.
The AutoDogMug also fits most auto drink holders that dog owners can have in their cars.
Its patented design makes the AutoDogMug work in a very functional way, which ultimately helps to save water, the Highwave AutoDogMug is also made out of "food safe", BPA-free materials, making it safer than any than public water bowls, drinking water fountains, or actual fountains/pounds/lakes.
HOW TO USE?
Using the Highwave AutoDogMug to quench your dog's thirst during your outdoor adventures and/or travels is quick and simple.
All you have to do is fill up its bottle-shaped container with water, squeeze the AutoDogMug and water will fill its bowl for your pup to drink.
Contrarily to that, by simply releasing, any remaining water will return to the bottle.
Just remember that during your first few uses, some dogs might get scared of the bubbling noise the bowl makes when filling up with water, and as such, its recommended that you squeeze the bottle away from your dog at the first few tries.
In addition, keep in mind that both heat and dehydration related injuries are some of the most difficult for dogs to recover from. A dog can lose all of its fat as well as 1/2 of its protein and survive, but a loss of only 10% body water can quickly cause serious illness.
The best way to avoid having your dog experiencing heatstroke is to keep fresh water available for drinking. As such, remember to keep the AutoDogMug inside your backpack so it is never in direct contact with the sunlight, especially during hotter days.
The Highwave AutoDogMug is a compact bottle-shaped dog drinking gadget that works as a super convenient travel mug for dogs, featuring a one-handed operation design and coming equipped with a removable strap that works as a handle and backpack attachment.
This dog drinking gadget is great for when dog owners are looking to go camping with Fido, as well as for travelling or for any other outdoor adventures.
The AutoDogMug is currently available in a total of six (x6) different bright color models: Purple, Green, Red, Pink, Blue, and Smoke (a Brownish-Grey color model).
If you’re interested in buying it, each unit is currently going for $15. For only $2 extra, dog owners also have the option of adding a carabiner to it, making it a total of just $17. You can order yours online right now, directly from Highwave’s official shopping page, which you can access by clicking here.
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