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Doggy Toilet Water Bowl Flushes Away Your Pet's Thirst

 How do you get your dog (or cat) to stop drinking from your toilet?  Buy them their own.  Then, just to confuse them, you drink out of it.  Come to think of it, that would confuse guests and relatives as well--so let's drop that idea.

The CSB Dog Toilet Bowl emulates a pet's favorite alternative drinking source in smaller form.  Measuring in at 13.8 x 12.5 x 8.2 inches, you can see how it would be difficult for a human to use--if you get my meaning.  As with most toilets, this is made of ceramic but only weighs in at 6 pounds.

The water source is much like that of any pet "fountain": a 2 liter plastic soda bottle.  You fill this and up-end it in the "tank" area.  This takes a bit of practice and can be a little messy sometimes--but it's only water.  A little hole in the tank allows you to monitor the amount of water left in the bottle so that you know when its time for a refill.

Reviews are generally positive, with most buyers stating how "cute" it is and how it is difficult for smaller pets to tip over.  I can personally identify with the latter issue as my cat used to tip over every water bowl I put down for him.  I finally went out and got a giant dog bowl.  That solved the problem (though I wish I'd known about this little toilet at the time; would have gotten it instead).

As you can see, cats can use the CSB Dog Toilet Bowl as wellAs you can see, cats can use the CSB Dog Toilet Bowl as well

There are a few concerns with this little drinking fountain, the foremost of which is its size.  Larger pets simply can't get their noggins inside the thing to drink.  And a few cat owners note that their little furry friends find it to be a great (and messy) toy instead of a water bowl.

Still, for the novelty of having a tiny toilet in your kitchen that quenches your pet's thirst, the CSB Dog Toilet Bowl is hard to beat!

To purchase your own CSB Dog Toilet Bowl or to see the reviews on it, click here!

See also: Pooping Dog Lamps Banned in London

John P. Barker
PetsLady.com

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Jul 6, 2012
by Anonymous
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