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  • Steve Millikan

    Doggie Fountain #DoggieFountain

  • Jessica Viveiros

    Dog's self serve water fountain #WaterFountain


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  • chris lawson

    Doggie Water Fountain Simply attach this innovative Doggie Fountain Outdoor Water Dispenser to the end of your garden hose and when your dog steps on the paw switch, a stream of fresh drinking water is released – ensuring that your pet stays hydrated all day long.

  • Brenda Schweitzer

    Awesome Dog Water Fountain! API Doggie Fountain - Great for outdoors, lets your dog dispense fresh water on demand by stepping on the paw print for a refreshing drink! #Pet #Animals #Summer #Kennels

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