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It's important to keep your pet hydrated both at home and on the go. Check out these options for keeping your pet well hydrated on your next adventure.
Stainless Steel Bowl
A simple stainless steel bowl is often the best option for our pet's food and water. Easier to clean than plastic bowls and less likely to break than most ceramic bowls. BONUS: For a summer treat, you can freeze water and some treats or kibble in the bowl to create a popsicle for your pet!
Remember when you were the coolest 90s kid with a collapsible water cup? Now your pet can be just as cool with a collapsible silicone water bowl! Stash a collapsible bowl in your car so you can water your pet in a pinch when your next adventure takes longer than expected. Going on a hike? Stash one in your pack and fill it from your own water jug!
Soon you'll find yourself storing these collapsible bowls everywhere you can!
With this water bottle from OllyDog, you can share your water bottle with your pet without actually sharing your water bottle with your pet! The detachable water bowl snaps onto the water bottle for easy carrying. When your ready for a water break, pop the bowl off and pour in a little water so your pet can drink from the bowl while you drink from the bottle! If you are sharing this bottle with your pet, make sure that it will be enough water for both of your for your whole adventure!
It can be harder for our pets to regulate their water intake when they are out on adventures. To help keep your pet hydrated on longer adventures, bring along some canned food! Consuming canned food increases hydration and can double as a yummy reward for well-behaved pets. Make sure to use a food your pet has had before to reduce the chances for digestive system upset.