Lixit Waterboy Travel Water BowlTake fresh water anywhere! This 3-quart travel water bowl can be used in RV's, automobiles and boats. As your pet drinks, the Waterboy's patented design keeps the water level low, preventing spills and splashes.
- Brand: Lixit
- Size: 3 Quart
- Type: Travel
"Great for litters"
The litter of pups discovered it at 3 weeks old. Safe so they can't drown in it. As they get older they can drag it around but takes a while before enough of them can pack up and tip it over. But it does not spill even then. Lovely product. Just need a bottle brush to get into the handle to keep that clean.. Putting it between large bricks keeps it in place despite the pup's efforts.
These are a Godsend!! I have 4 Border Collie puppies who love to play in the water....I bought 2 of these and have suggested them to my puppy buyers. Saves wet floors and crates😊
This actually turned out to be a pretty good product. I was pretty skeptical but so far it has worked great. I just need to figure out where and how is the best way to strap it down it does slide around, that should be a pretty easy fix. I think I'll buy one for the other car I like it that much
Love it it is spell proof
"Perfect for car/truck"
We needed a travel water bowl that was more than 12 oz. This works perfectly for our big guy. We fill half way, and freeze. Then add additional water so he has ice cold water the whole trip.
Was looking for a water source for our long drives to put on the floor of our crew cab pick up. Thinking this would be terrific with the addition of a couple of strips of heavy duty stick on Velcro, hook side down, to stabilize on the carpeting. Sometimes we are on the road for several days at a time and this would be so helpful. Any opinions on this would be appreciated.
"It Rocks, but it doesn't spill!"
I have one of these in the car, one on the boat, I have given them as gifts to other dog people, Nothing is perfect, but this comes pretty close. I tether it so it won't slide and it travels flat and dry. My pup always has water available in the car no matter how short or long the trip, with out me thinking about it. The large reservoir means it doesn't run dry in a few gulps. The lid has a gasket to help with making it watertight when it does get turner over or upended, and if you are careful about screwing the lid on it seals pretty well. But the only time it would come into play wpould be when it was turned completely over or upended with the handle down. Otherwise this thing is spill proof in a big way, and slosh proof too. Even a sudden stop doesn't cause water to sploosh out!