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Developed by a veterinarian, the Drinkwell 360 Stainless Steel Pet Fountain provides 128 oz (1 gal) of fresh, filtered water to your pet. Multiple free-falling streams of water entice your pet to drink more and continually aerate the water with healthful oxygen. A charcoal filter removes bad tastes and odors, giving your pet the best way to stay hydrated. The 360's multiple streams and circular design allows pets to drink from any angle and is great for multiple pet households. Stainless steel is the #1 material recommended by vets for the most hygienic pet dishes.
Excellent system!! Does need cleaning every 2 weeks. I've never see cats drink so much water as when I got this.Published 6 months ago by Earthshine
Our two dogs and two cats drink from this fountain. The cats have finally stopped drinking from the sink! We love itPublished 11 months ago by P-cubed
I love it. So much easier than the Petmate water fountain. Works better, less maintenance, takes more water and so much cleaner.Published 12 months ago by Jacques LaRose
My cat still prefers his plastic fountain because this one can't be adjusted so that it doesn't splash him while he is drinking. It was expensive and now useless. Good idea... Read morePublished on Dec 23 2012 by K.A.N.
Our cat hates drinking still water - he and the dog drink out of it all the time. The only downside is that because the dog drinks so much water that it has to be refilled quite... Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2012 by Caroline Malloy
I had the plastic fountain, but when I saw the stainless steel one, I immediately switched. The cats and two dogs love it. Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2012 by Karen
I have 3 cats and its been a challenge finding a decent water fountain that holds enough water, keeps it cold and is very quiet. Not anymore. Read morePublished on May 24 2012 by Savvy Amazonian
J'ai 2 petits chiens et ils adorent leur nouvelle fontaine. Le plus petit des deux préfere boire a l'eau qui sort du sommet tandis que l'autre préfere boire... Read morePublished on April 30 2012 by Ginette