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Petmate le Bistro Système avec Microban
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- Arrosage automatique
- Eau toujours accessibles
- Les animaux domestiques peuvent obtenir une boisson tandis que les propriétaires sont immédiatement
- En plastique robuste
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Description du produit
Le Bistro petmate le système, les nouveaux avec Microban antibactérienne. Fournitures pour animaux de compagnie avec de l'eau tandis que les propriétaires sont loin de la ville. Néanmoins, veuillez être sûr que quelqu'un visite votre animal de compagnie au quotidien. Noir bol d'eau avec carafe d'eau bleu translucide.
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So, I was nervous about getting one of these, but as my boyfriend and I are going to be out of town for a few days over the holidays, it's necessary. My cat loves it and I didn't spill one drop of water out of it when filling it up. I'm not exactly Miss Coordination, either. It looks cute, is easy to clean, sturdy, and I don't forsee any major issues since it's going to be staying indoors. I'm very glad I bought these. So is my cat, who thinks she's all special again because she has new things.
These two Le Bistro products work very well for me. Been using both for about 4 months now...no problems! I use them inside the house so I can not attest to their durability outside.
The feeder is an electronic (battery operated) device and is not meant to be left outside.
The water bowl is like an office water cooler...and it works very well for 2 cats.
The water bowl and the food dispenser are still working like the day I bought them! They have been life savers for us! We can go away for a week and the Boys are fed and watered. Ok...so we had to get a couple of extra litter boxes...but that was far cheaper than putting the Boys up at the Vet or worrying about a pet sitter robbing us blind...or doing rude things to our toothbrushes and rummaging through my girlfriend's lingere drawer...let me do that! LOL! Awesome product! Well worth the price! This is now October 2011 and the feeder and water dispenser are several years old. We change the batteries in the feeder about every 8 months whether they need to be changed or not. Long story short, LeBistro is rockin the cat house!
UPDATE: November 2011 and both the water bowl and food dispenser are working like they arrived last week! I highly recommend both these products!
I have both the feeder and the waterer, but I really only fill the jugs when I'm traveling. I plan to get another set, but in white, to cover them for a 14+day trip I'm planning. Less work for a cat sitter and less worry for me.
I like it because batteries and electricity is not required and it's a stable source of fresh water (and dry food if you have the feeder also), for my cats especially when I'm traveling. If the power in my building goes out (and occasionally it has for a short period in really bad weather or when another building blew the transformers or had a fire...) it still works & the cats still drink from it without power interruption issues.
The only drawback is that even full, it can be a bit light and my one big girl can head -butt the thing and knock it over, which is quite a mess. I fixed this problem by placing a small brick on the top. Problem solved. It also helped buying a non-slip kitty place-mat to put under it, but it's not necessary.
All in all a great product and I will be buying the matching feeder as well.
Until this thing. When we first filled it they both immediately started happily drinking from it, which caused it to glug, and they both sprung back as if a cobra had struck at them! After a day or two the rottweiler was perfectly fine with it, but our shepherd cross still tiptoes up to it like Jack Bauer defusing a bomb. We had to get him used to it by leaving another inert bowl of water next to the jug for a couple of weeks until he got used to not being attacked by the glug-monster.
Still, after seeing how common this complaint is you'd think the manufacturer would de-glug this thing. It wouldn't take much of an engineering change and I'm thinking of trying to rig something up myself, but I shouldn't have to, you know?