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Old 02-09-2013, 09:02 PM   #11 (permalink)
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YES! Get a video of it!



We had one that used to get mouthfuls of water and sling her head back and forth, baptizing the whole kitchen!!
LOL I will get a video of her tomorrow I just dont know how to upload it on here ?
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:30 PM   #12 (permalink)
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stainless steel bucket attached to crate or some other surface with a double sided clip or Great American Spillproof Products - Home.
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:36 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I had this problem too when Puppy was a wee wee baby.

I got this bowl here, and kept it in her crate. It worked, and she eventually just stopped. I mean, water bowls are only exciting for a little bit.

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I think qbchottu is the one who introduced it to me actually. Haha.

What also worked was only leaving the water bowl for a little bit at a time. But you have to remember to give them water with this method, or else the dog suffers.
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:50 PM   #14 (permalink)
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LOL I will get a video of her tomorrow I just dont know how to upload it on here ?
Put it on Youtube and share the link?
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:55 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Yep, stainless steel bucket clipped to the crate. That's what I used with my two girls.
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Why fight it?

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Why fight it?

Because I dont want water all over my house, and with it being -20 out I dont want her soaking wet all the time and then freeze when she goes outside... Also I dont want it ruining the hardwood floors, so multiple reasons why I SHOULD fight it, also I dont want her to continue this for the rest of her life its bad enough having to always mop up the soaking wet floor right now I dont want to continue doing so
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HeeHee Nemo does that, I learned very quickly not to put more water in his inside bowl then I was willing to clean up. Inside I put about a cup at a time and bought a no-tip bowl (he can't pick it up and dump it over).

Outside he has a self refilling bowl, the largest I could find from Tractor Supply. And for some reason he doesn't dig in that one.

This summer he will have a kiddie pool to "dig" water all he wants.
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HeeHee Nemo does that, I learned very quickly not to put more water in his inside bowl then I was willing to clean up. Inside I put about a cup at a time and bought a no-tip bowl (he can't pick it up and dump it over).

Outside he has a self refilling bowl, the largest I could find from Tractor Supply. And for some reason he doesn't dig in that one.

This summer he will have a kiddie pool to "dig" water all he wants.
I cant wait for spring/summer so I can also get a kiddie pool so she can splash and dig and play in the water all she wants lol but right now when its like - 15 out kinda cant do that
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I'm getting Lisl a pool too. Probably won't catch me in it, but she'll like it I'm sure.
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