By SHELBY SHEEHAN-BERNARD, McClatchy-Tribune, link to original post
Any dog lover knows what great outdoor companions our four-legged friends make. But just like their human counterparts, canines need to stay hydrated, especially in warmer weather.
Dogs don’t have cooling mechanisms like humans. They can easily overheat. Even in cooler temperatures, exercising intensely can cause a dog to become dehydrated, which makes water essential for any outdoor adventure.
But lugging around a bulky bowl isn’t ideal for running, hiking or even the occasional trail trek. Instead, try one that fits in your pocket or backpack.
OllyDog’s Lapper collapsible travel water bowl offers instant portability, as it conveniently folds into a pocket or small pack. It opens to about 5 x 7.5 x 3.5 inches. When open, the Lapper’s rigid sides keep the bowl upright for drinking. It can hold up to 1.5 liters, a large amount for dogs of all sizes, and has a waterproof, seamless liner that keeps it leak-free. It also includes a side handle for easy carry.
The cost is $12. Available in a range of colors, each with a modern print, including blue, red, pink, gray, green and orange. Also available in the smaller Sipper ($10) and larger Nosher ($14) and Woofer series ($16). See more at www.ollydog.com.