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Drinkwell 360 Stainless Steel Pet Fountain

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By using a patented free-falling stream of water, the pet fountain continually aerates your pet's water with healthy oxygen. The fountain comes with charcoal filter to remove bad tastes and odours, adjustable flow control and dishwasher safe components. Multiple streams and circular design allows pets to drink from any angle and is great for multiple pet households. Provides 128 oz (3.7L) of fresh, filtered water with 5 interchangeable spout rings to customise water flow, ideal for households with up to two cats or a small to medium sized dog. Submersible pump for nearly silent operation.
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    Customer Reviews(3)

    • Roza says... I just got this fountain today, value for money, light weight stainless steel, quite also perfect size.
    • Jennifer D says... I had not seen our kitten drink reliably before I bought this fountain. She had always shown an interest in running water so was logical to try her with a fountain. She loves it. So like the idea of this product being in stainless steel and it was remarkable easy to assemble and I consider it well worth the extra expense over the other plastic offerings. The pump is quiet and 12 volt makes it safe. So glad I purchased this item today.
    • Nicola L says... This drinking fountain is great value and works like a charm! Not only that, but since I got this my labrador has been drinking a lot more water!

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