Maybe it’s because I had a few rough patches in my past when I didn’t get food and water regularly, I’m not sure. But, I need to drink. A lot. All the time. Unfortunately, I also have a habit the tall people don’t like much. When I drink more than a dixie cup of water I can’t keep it down.
Hence, they ration the good stuff.
I tell you that as background to explain my supreme adoration of the amazing potential of these custom printed dog bowls.
Custom Printed Dog Bowls
This sucker is HUGE! Fill it up with water, pleeeeeeease!! I’m an average-sized kinda guy. Kinda on the small size for a boxer (but I make up for it in hunk-factor). This bowl is a Big Fluffy Dog Rescue kinda size!
I’m dreaming about it filled with water. I sat by it using the “so so sad” look. That didn’t work, so I tried the “I’m about to perish of dehydration” look. That got me a shot glass sized bit of water in the bottom of the monster dish. It was barely visible! If I want a shot glass amount, I’ll go give the sad puppy face by the liquor cabinet. Let’s use the vast potential of this beautiful bowl and give me a lake of water!
It’s a great bowl. It’s big, it seems pretty durable, though I didn’t try to eat it. Because I’m really hoping to see it filled with water. But it is a nice heavy plastic, don’t expect a cheap toss away item here. But, if it DID get tossed away, it’ll naturally break down in 3-5 years in a landfill. Which is a pretty cool trick for plastic. So I’m told. It’s available in red and white, both colors that look good on me.
If you’re interested in more information about the Bio-Ad Large Pet Bowl, email mom and tell her I need more water. And you need some #QP-B80750’s.
Wy is right, his water is rationed. As much to keep him safe from bloat as to keep him from regurgitating his water. Although, it’s definitely an added benefit.
Wy didn’t come to us from BFDR (he was from MTBR), but we fostered for a year or so for BFDR before Wy came to us.
this is default footer data