It is critical your dog has access to clean water at all times! They should drink the equivalent of 20% of their total weight so having plenty of water available is critical to keep them hydrated.

Water Fountains

There are automatic water fountains for dogs that prefer running water. Check out the DOGIT range of water fountains for free flowing water.

Stainless Steel Dog Bowls

Stainless steel dog bowls are the way to go with puppies or dogs that like to chew things as they won’t be able to chew a stainless steel bowl - some of the best stainless steel bowls have a rubber ante slip substance on the bottom to stop the bowl from sliding around the place.

Ceramic Dog Bowls

Ceramic dog bowls are also a great option as they...

Torus Bowl Review
I’m always on the lookout for new and innovative products, so when Heyrex contacted me and asked if I would be interested in testing out their new water bowl Torus, that not only acted as a sealable container but also a self dispensing filtered water bowl, I couldn’t wait to try it!

The Product
The Torus bowl ($59.95) is a self replenishing water bowl that has a in-built reservoir and carbon filter system, that removes debris and impurities in the water. It can hold up to 2 Litres of water in the hidden reservoir built into the bowl, allowing your dog access to a fresh supply of water for up to two days (based on average water intake requirements for dogs).

The bowl itself is made out of tough, durable...

We all know how important water is for ourselves, but it’s just as essential for our pets. Their bodies are made up of approximately 70% water, which helps regulate body temperature and provide cushioning support for joints and internal organs. It also helps digest food, transport nutrients, eliminate waste, and allow salts and other electrolytes to pass through their system. 

For these reasons, it’s important to provide your pet with access to fresh water at all times – especially during the warmer months, as animals can lose fluids through panting or sweating, and water sources also evaporate more rapidly. Your pet will need more water if you’re feeding it dry food, which only contains about 7% water, compared to canned wet food,...