TagME Dripless Dog Water Bowl
I loved the Old English Sheepdog I had growing up like a brother, but one thing I did not love about him was the smelly, sopping wet beard under his chin he'd always slime me with after gulping from his water bowl. Either by direct beard-to-face contact, or by the dog shake hurricane. I sure would have had to shower and change my clothes a lot less if we'd had a dripless dog water bowl.
The TagME water bowl for sloppy lappers is a no-spill, no-splash creation consisting of a bottom basin, floating center disk, and snap-in top border to secure the disk inside. The floating piece is a square with a center bowl and paw-print-shaped cutouts that expose just a small amount of water at a time, but continually replenish the supply as your dog drinks, since the floating disk adjusts with the water level. It's the same idea as those slow-feed dog bowls. For dog owners whose pooches tend to guzzle water and then either puke or pee it back out in the house, a TagME water bowl could help train out that tendency too.
TagMe dripless dog water bowls hold around 34 ounces of water when 2/3 filled.
While we're on the subject, the other thing I didn't like about my Old English Sheepdog was that my mama named him BJ, after BJ Hunnicutt from MASH. All the kids in school used to make fun of me for having a dog named Blowjob.
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