Flat Sided Water Bucket - 9 Quart. $39.95. - Gun Dog Supply

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I have found that smaller buckets work best, with a 5 gallon bucket you waste alot of water because it will need cleaning way before they drink too much of it.... I also have one dog that needs hers cleaned everyday, maybe twice a day, because she drools in it when she drinks.
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In 2016 I upgraded my winter water buckets to heated dog bowls for the chickens and dogs (well, more for the wild birds, since the dogs are inside a lot) and a 3 gallon heated bucket for Mara, my horse. This was a major improvement. Daily barn chores became much easier. No more ice chopping and shattered plastic buckets for me. PUPPY BUCKETS: The Automatic Re-Filling Dog Water Bowl. $49.95, via Etsy.
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Buckets are a great way to provide fresh water for your dogs, and I use them in my kennel. If you want to keep your bucket off the ground for cleaning purposes or just to keep it from tipping over, a is ideal for securing the bucket to your kennel fence. We have a variety of buckets including Standard, Flat Sided, and Flat Sided with Hooks, and the Double Snap is handy for all of them.I change water a couple times a day for my dogs, as I live in extreme heat 100's very common in summer. Even though I change water, and keep buckets in the shade, I still notice that algae starts to form. So, scrub I go! I've tried plastic buckets, metal buckets, all kinds, and all the same. I've tried ones you can, and cannot see through for the plastic. Any tips?Water buckets that attach to metal dog crate. Will separate. Selling $10 each. One is a little taller than the other. Gently used, non smoking homeI have 2 dogs who live in an outdoor kennel. During the summer it's difficult for me to keep up with keeping their water bowl filled. So I made this. My dogs like to chew so everything has to be "chew proof". I made 1 box (with the round lid) to hold the auto fill valve (akin to our toilet bowl tanks). This box is outside of the dog kennel. This is connected via a short garden hose to the water bowl which is located in the dog kennel. I put the buckets in boxes for 2 reasons; to try to keep the water cooler during the summer and to protect all hoses and connection from being chewed up. So around the bucket lips I've sealed it to the wood box with waterproof epoxy and inside the box I've sprayed in insulating foam.Scrub your buckets with a detergent and chlorine bleach solution. Rinse very well (more than once or twice). Try bottled water. I hope the dogs are kept in the shade too. The one hose is the feeder hose that fills the bucket with water. Both boxes will be primed and painted or sealed with polyurethane. The bottoms of the boxes are finished with treated wood planks. Because the drinking bucket is 14 inches tall I may have to make a step to help my dogs reach the water.