The two most common places where dogs will drink from other than their bowl are the household toilet, and a foreign body of water (puddle, river, lake, etc).
ROFLMAO! I don’t have toilet water diggers but I have had adolescent dogs perform the toilet roll end grab and run manoeuver. My setter prefers the toilet bowl water to any water bowls we have in the house, including the $42 electric doggie water fountain (yes, I did!). So we often have wet toilet seat and slippery tile floors due to drooly drinky mouth. I have also recently had my 2 year old human child discover the joys of grabbing the end of the toilet roll and running throughout the house. And he’s now quite interesting in flushing things. Like the end of the toilet roll so that you can watch the toilet roll unroll on its own AND watch it flush. Double fun! We go through a lot of toilet paper. Sooooo what we do now is keep the doors closed to all the bathrooms. And the door to my son’s room is closed when I can remember to, as it cuts down on the number of disembowelled stuffies. My dogs are 8 and 5 and they still enjoy a good stuffie disembowellment.
We all know that dogs love drinking from the toilet, the water is cooler and it's at a good height, but it's certainly not the best beverage dispenser for them. Well now your dog can drink from a toilet of his very own anytime he wants with the cool new . Just fill up a 2 liter bottle with fresh clean water and insert it into the "tank" and it keeps the "bowl" filled. I love the idea and can't believe noone thought of it before, but I don't know if I really want a little toilet in my kitchen. It's pretty funny though and it's under 15 bucks.
Toilet Planter/Water Bowl for My Dogs :)
A Toilet Water Bowl For Cats and Dogs - Pinterest
The use of toilet bowl cleaners makes toilet water harmful to dogs and cats alike. Many of these cleaners come in tablet form. If you employ these chemical-based tablets exactly as the instructions indicate, putting them in the toilet creates a weaker version of the cleaner, after it blends in thoroughly with the water. If your pet drinks this mixture, he could suffer stomach distress, although usually not intense -- think diarrhea, throwing up and nausea. If your cutie drank toilet water with cleaner in it, consult your vet.Like a moth to flame, pets are drawn to porcelain toilet bowls. These amusing toilet water bowls, designed for both dogs and cats, evoke a miniature version of the real thing with their high-gloss ceramic construction. Pets lap from a 6-ounce main bowl that automatically refills itself from the inverted 2-liter bottle inserted into its tank. Not only does the bowl provide a unique conversation piece, it helps owners curb unsavory toilet-drinking habits in their pets without the threat of swirlies. One reason your dog is attracted to the toilet is that the water is often flushed so it’s fresher than water sitting all day in a bowl. To a dog’s perspective a clean toilet bowl is like a fountain of youth. It’s like a giant water bowl that keeps the water cleaner and cooler (porcelain does a great job in this) than the water bowl kept in a warmer, high-trafficked area. Given the choice, dogs by instinct choose running water over water sitting for some time. After all, in nature running water is generally healthier than stagnant water which may contain harmful bacteria, molds and algae. On top of that, consider that porcelain doesn’t alter the taste of water as a water bowl made of metal or plastic does.Dogs and cats have an odd fascination with toilets. They try to drink from toilets, they fall into toilets and they are mesmerized by the sounds made when you flush toilets. Here at headquarters, we have one furry toilet drinker who hits the bowl hard when he’s stressed. However, no pet owner wants to encourage that behavior because toilets are filled with bacteria and germs. Besides, pets have their own water bowls from which they should be drinking. Toilets are for deposits, not withdrawals. Until now, that is. If animals want to drink from toilets so badly, why not let them do it in a safe and decorative way? Thanks to that dream has become a reality. The next time that your dog or cat tells you that they’re thirsty simply direct them to the .Certainly, this idea is less preposterous than . At the very least, it’s way less creepy. Your pet gets the toilet watering hole that it desires and you get a handsome accessory to display in your home. It’s a win-win. If this were a poker game, you’d be holding a straight flush!