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    Chad's Crappy Corner & His New Theme For May 2017, Pet Gadgets

    Chad polled our amazing Patreon members and asked them to vote on a theme for May. Their choice “cheap pet gadgets”. This week Chad's cheap pet gadget is not too cheap, and definitely not crappy!

    The Easy-Clean Auto-Fill Water Bowl with (5-Foot) Long Stainless Steel Hose


    Here's what Amazon says about it: The Easy-Clean Water Bowl is an automatic filling water bowl for all sized animals featuring several cost and time saving features. It has no corners, pockets or inaccessible areas for Easy-Cleaning ability. It provides an easy do-it-yourself way to have automatic water for pets. It is automatic filling, with a fast-fill float valve that can replenish the water even faster than a horse can drink. It's compact, and reduces the water capacity and surface area to a minimum. It provides a better quality, protected float valve that easily hinges open for cleaning. There is no spraying water or noise when filling that could startle animals. $39.99.



    And Chad's take. Chad liked this a lot. And so does Charlie. Chad was afraid Charlie might treat like a dog toy and chew on it, but Charlie uses it for its intended purpose, to have fresh, clean water to drink. Chad thought it was well fine and was impressed by all the accessories available, like a heater if you live in a cold climate. (But you hopefully won't be leaving your dog outside in very cold weather.) All-in-all, this was not a cheap, crappy gadget, but a reasonable priced, useful one.


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