Invention of the Month: Doggie Fountain

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Independent inventor Anthony L. enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing and licensing opportunities for his invention.

With excessive heat warnings being issued for large areas of the central and eastern USA last week, it’s very important to stay hydrated. This is true not only for the young and the old, but also for the four-legged. With that in mind, we introduce the “Doggie Fountain” as our Invention of the Month.

Doggie Fountain ensures that a dog has access to fresh, cold drinking water at all times. Especially helpful during warm summer months, Doggie Fountain will allow the pet to water itself whenever a drink is needed. Eliminating any dehydration due to a spilled water dish or constant exposure to warm weather, Doggie Fountain will enable the pet’s owner to leave their dog alone for extended periods of time, even for days, if necessary, without worrying.

While a minimal amount of training is needed, Doggie Fountain is easy for the pet to use. Doggie Fountain features a paddle that is depressed by the dog’s paw in order to activate the water flow. Doggie Fountain uses a typical garden hose as a water source and has a valve to create the upflow. The unit is quickly attached and the flow of water is adjusted at the hose’s spigot.

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