So, the Cadillac of Dog Parks comes complete with the ultimate watering contraptions for the dogs. They are scattered all over. In such a large place there is the issue of providing water for the dogs, and not having it sitting full of dirt and mold. Not to mention lost/stolen/broken bowls, and huge lakes of mud around the bowls. Well, problem solved! The only slight issue for me is I have to be there to turn the water on, but today there was a dog who could turn the water on for himself so it isn’t an issue for everyone.
Thanks Bella, for the demonstration. You can see, there is the top part of a trashcan buried into the ground and filled with small rocks for drainage. The post comes up and the bowl is bolted to it. The water comes out by pressing or pulling that small blue piece of PVC type pipe. The bowl has a small hole in the bottom, so the water can drain out. It isn’t too big-the girls can drink their fill before the water is gone but large enough for dirt to run through. This invention provides, clean, fresh water and eliminates most of the mud issue and the dogs can’t trot off with the bowls or use them as toys. How does your dog park solve the water bowl issue? Or is it one that has all the issues?