This is a short review of the PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain.
In this review, we list the features of this fountain, as well as some of the potential cons, and who it might and might not be for.
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain
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- PetSafe Drinkwell Cat and Dog Water Fountain (on Amazon)
PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain: Features
- A water fountain that filters, streams and regulates water for pets to drink in a reservoir
- Plastic is BPA free
- Comes in over 1 gallon capacity
- Water stream is adjustable
- Filters are replaceable
- There’s a warranty available on the pump
- The electrical cord that powers the pump is 12V
- The 168 oz/1.3 gallon model is recommended for dogs under 60 lbs
- There’s regular cleaning involved to get rid of slime build up – can be time consuming and annoying
- It costs money to replace the filters
- Pump may at some point stop working or have problems
- When pump isn’t working properly, the water can have trouble regulating
- The fountain might not be best for outside use – might be better for inside use
PetSafe Drinkwell Platinum Pet Fountain: Buyer’s Guide
Who Might It Be For?
- Those who want a way for their dog to drink water where water is pumped and also filtered
- Those who want roughly a gallon to 1.5 gallons capacity of water
Who Might It Not Be For?
- Those who don’t want to have to deal with pumps, filters and an electrical power supply for their dog’s water supply
- Those who want more than 1.5 gallon capacity
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