PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain, 5 Litre
A constant source of well being
The Drinkwell range of pet fountains will enhance your pet’s quality of life. They help make sure they’re fit and well provided for with fresh, clean water that’s so vital for their health and wellbeing. Better still, they do it automatically. So, thanks to PetSafe Brand, owners can go out safe in the knowledge they’ve made their pet’s quality of life a priority.
Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain
Holding up to 5 L of water, the Platinum Pet Fountain is a stylish addition to any pet household. Plenty of free-flowing water available for cats and dogs provides enhanced wellbeing and also helps reduce dehydration and kidney failure.
What is active carbon?
The activated carbon replacement filters are made of coconut shells. The coconut shells are put through a process called carbonisation, which removes all other elements other than carbon. The carbon is then ‘activated’ by adding back oxygen, creating a material suitable for absorption. Activated carbon absorbs basic water contaminants, as well as chlorine from tap water. This helps improve the taste and remove odours from basic drinking water.
Research shows that one of the best ways to improve your pet’s health is to get them to drink more water and the best way to do that is with a Drinkwell Pet Fountain. The Pet Fountain filtres and aerates continuously moving water to keep it much fresher than standing bowl water. In addition, the constant circulation inhibits bacteria growth keeping the pet fountain cleaner.
Drinkwell Pet Fountains satisfy a pet’s urge for fresh running water and provides peace-of-mind to pet owners who know their pets have a good supply of clean water. Pet Fountains encourage pets to drink more water and for this reason are recommended by Vet Urinary Specialists.
Is your pet dehydrated?
To check if your pet is dehydrated, gently grab a loose fold of skin, either on the back of the neck or in between the shoulder blades and release. If the skin snaps back into place, your pet should be okay. If the skin slowly returns into place, your pet could be dehydrated and may need to be checked by a veterinarian. On average, your pet should drink 70 ml of water per kilogram of body weight daily.