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Milwaukee Mall Choco Nose H590 Patented No Outstanding Water Bottle. Dog Small-Medium Drip

Choco Nose H590 Patented No Drip Dog Water Bottle. Small-Medium

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Choco Nose H590 Patented No Drip Dog Water Bottle. Small-Medium

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Product description

Color:Apple green

The Choco Nose Water Feeder Bottle provides a supply of fresh and clean water to your pet with a patented leakproof nozzle. Provide your pet with water with this environmentally minded tool that features a unique nozzle that attaches to nearly any standard PET bottle. This Leakproof nozzle also promises to provide your pet with plenty of water while keeping your home dry. The Choco Nose Water Bottle can be attached to the side of your pet's cage or kennel, or it can be screwed or nailed to the wall for a more permanent setup. This product is BPA-free and uses a stainless steel tip that is safe and that is the perfect size for cats, dogs and rabbits. Provide your pet with a stable source of water that is easy to access and entirely leakproof by ordering a Choco Nose Water Feeder for your pet today. Key Features: The U.S Patented Leak-proof Nozzle is an idea to reuse the regular Soda bottles; Such as Coca Cola, Pepsi, etc. Recommended for Small-Medium Sized Dog (15-30 lb), Larger-sized Rabbit, Cat. (Nozzle diameter: 16mm) BPA-Free. Made in Taiwan.

Choco Nose H590 Patented No Drip Dog Water Bottle. Small-Medium

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