You Can Now Get Water Fountains For Your Dog

We were blessed with a bit of nice weather over the Easter weekend, weren't we? And if you were lucky enough to not be working, you probably spent the whole thing in a beer garden, or in your own garden serving up under barbecued delights to your pals - but while we all love the sunshine, it can be a bit of a nightmare for our pets.

We all know the dangers of leaving dogs in hot cars, but even just lying out in the sunshine can be a bit stressful for pooches - they do have massive fur coats after all.

To make things a bit easier, some genius has invented a water fountain that can be used by dogs, so your four-legged best mate can enjoy the warmer weather as much as you.

The fountain goes off when your dog steps on it. Credit: B&M
The fountain goes off when your dog steps on it. Credit: B&M

Available from B&M, the fountains cost just £6.99 and will help your dog cool down when the weather heats up.

The fountain connects to a garden hose, which you'll need to connect to a water supply - of course - and then whenever your dog steps on it, water will spurt out. What a world we live in, eh?

As well as looking really cute while splashing itself in the face, your dog will also be able to help itself to a drink whenever it fancies.

The fountain is already getting the thumbs up from happy dog owners, too. Sharing on the Money Saver Online Facebook group, one happy shopper wrote: "It's amazing. 100% recommend. Kept them entertained during the warm weather." Others commented to say their dogs 'loved' the fountains.

While you're in B&M picking up your dog fountain, why not get yourself one of these cheap AF gazebos which come with nets to keep annoying insects away?

The gazebo comes with its own mosquito nets. Credit: B&M
The gazebo comes with its own mosquito nets. Credit: B&M

The 'luxury steel framed gazebo' measures 2.5m by 2.5m and is available in grey or taupe. It's ideal for ducking into when you're having a barbecue and - inevitably - it starts pissing down.

Now all we need is for the sun to come back and we're all set.

Featured Image Credit: B&M

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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