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Pet fountain: the latest in design and clean water

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We’ve seen some fancy pet fountains, but wow – this is taking it to a new level!
For the dog that deserves the latest in technology, UV natureSPA Fountain by AVPpet is a state of the art, modern pet fountain.

Designed for smaller dogs, the water fountain offers UV filtration, a low water shut-off and a blue LED light for nighttime visibility. Water flows at a set rate through UV chamber to maintain the UV cleaning power reducing micro-organisms and bacteria and resulting in high quality clean, clear water.

Staying hydrated is important for all pets and fresh, circulating water encourages your dog to drink more water. The VCA Animal Hospitals state that a healthy dog typically needs about one-half to a full ounce of water per pound of body weight each day. Dogs who eat dry food need to consume a little more water than those who eat wet dog food, which provides more moisture. Puppies need even more water to stay fit and healthy.

The modern design of this pet fountain operates on low voltage and has an energy saving pump. It’s also easy to clean and BPA free.

Interested? Pick it up this pet fountain in our shop: UV natureSPA Fountain

Is your dog getting enough exercise?

Ever wonder if your dog is getting Tagg-Pet-Tracker exerciseenough exercise? Well we just discovered a product that monitors your dog’s activity and tracks your pet’s location (especially helpful if he gets lost).

The Tagg pet tracking system allows you to track your pet’s location and activity from your computer or mobile device. The Tagg tracker attaches to your dog’s collar. It will monitor your dog’s activity levels (even while swimming) and you’ll be able to a full report of their exercise.

The built in GPS feature will also send you a text and/or email in case your dog is lost.


Fit Blogs to Keep Your Dog Healthy

We thought we would try out this Blog Hop brought to you by To Dog With Love. It’s essentially a list of other blogs with articles about how to promote a healthy active lifestyle for your dog: