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In my experienced, I make sure I give special attention on my pets. I always give them filtered water. Pets are like humans too. They can be prone to sickness.
If at first an idea doesn't succeed, try, try again: In the early 1990s two competing product lines - Dr. George Hill Pet Drinks, out of Salisbury, N.C.; and Thirsty Dog! and Thirsty Cat! from the Original Pet Drink Company of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. - marketed vitamin-fortified bottled water for pets, in such flavors as beef, chicken and fish.
Those failures didn't seem to put off the ambitions of the K9 Water Co. (left), which in 2003 introduced "Gutter Water," "Puddle Water," "Hose Water" and "Toilet Water" for dogs.
Water Pets are Weak against: Earth
Water Pets are Weak against: Storm
Every water source has its own inherent dangers, including toxins, bacteria, and other pathogens (bugs). Exposure to these bugs — the most basic, prolific forms of life — is inescapable given the high-density areas many of us share with wildlife, farms, and other people (bugs thrive in all of these). But even with the ubiquitous nature of dangerous bugs out there, the good news is that the majority of pets are built to thwart most of them without incident or injury.3. Puddles. Microscopic bugs like Giardia, , cryptosporidium, , and all primarily find our pets through still water reservoirs like puddles and ponds. Your driveway might be pocketed with them, and dogs — just like kids — love to play in them. For whatever reason (it’s still unexplained by modern advances in medicine), the more foul-looking and -smelling something may be, the more our dogs want to roll, eat, and play in it.1. The rain bucket. Outside your front door, the first potential water toxin is the galvanized bucket holding rain water. Galvanized containers leak zinc, which is toxic to most animal species in high-enough concentrations. When providing water for pets, choose stainless steel, ceramic, or glass.In the years since Dr. Wheeler began using Willard Water® many other pet care providers, authors and experts have extolled the virtues of using Willard Water® as part of their pet care routine. For over 30 years Wendy Volhard, an internationally recognized leading authority on health and nutrition for dogs, has been a very strong advocate of using Willard Water® for pets. In , a book she co-authored with Kerry Brown, D.V.M., she recommends adding diluted Willard Water® DARK to a dog’s drinking water when traveling to keep stress levels under control.