Are your pets drinking enough water? Why is running water so important for your dogs and cats?
Sufficient water consumption plays a major role in your pet's health. Hydrated pets are healthy pets. Encourage your pets to drink more with one of our Drinkwell Fountains.
Dogs and cats love fresh, oxygen-rich water.
Did you know that cats actually prefer running water? This helps with keeping your cat hydrated which will help to maintain healthy kidney and urinary tract function!
While staying hydrated is important for all pets, it's especially important for cats. Ever wonder why your cat likes to drink from the faucet or a dripping shower? That's because cats trust moving water.
They know it provides a fresher, cleaner water source. Some cats take this to extremes and won't drink from a regular bowl at all. Pet fountains are constantly circulated and filtered, so water stays clean and tastes fresher.
The Drinkwell pet fountains were created by a veterinarian and designed to encourage water intake and proper hydration in pets. Veterinary Urinary Specialists recommend pet fountains because they encourage pets to drink more water.
- Prevents UTIs and urinary disease
- Promotes healthy kidney function, including elimination of toxins and waste products
- Speeds recovery time for sick or injured pets
- Helps the body with energy conversion, temperature regulation, and fat metabolism
All of our Drinkwell Pet Fountains have a replaceable charcoal filter that removes bad taste and odours from the water, keeping it tasting fresh. In addition, the constant circulation aerates the water and inhibits bacteria growth, keeping the fountain cleaner and more appealing to pets.
Drinkwell Fountains were designed by a Dr Mary Burns (Vet) for her own cat Buckwheat in 1994.
Drinkwell Fountains - The Only Pet Fountain Developed by a Veterinarian!
Scampers Natural Pet Store is located on the A142 Soham By Pass, between Ely and Newmarket and only 15 miles from Cambridge.
Scampers, Your Pet’s Natural Choice.
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