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Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain

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What is Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain?

When your pet is thirsty you don't want him or her drinking out of a bowl that could be filled with bacteria. That's why the Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain is a great addition to your household. The Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain is an electric stainless steel pet fountain with a raindrop shape that is easy for pets to drink from. Since it's made from stainless steel, bacteria doesn't have a chance to build up. Plus the circulating water movement makes it more appealing to your pet. The Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain comes with a charcoal filter which continues to provide fresh, bacteria-free water to your pet. The Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain is available in 60 oz and 96 oz, so you don't have to worry about refilling all the time.

For:

Dogs & Cats

Benefits:
  • Circulating pet water fountain
  • Provides fresh water to pets
  • Stainless steel makes cleaning easy
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Helps protect pets from bacteria
  • Charcoal filter for clean water all the time
  • Comes 60 oz and 96 oz
How it Works:

The next time your pet needs a drink, just fill up the Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain in either the 60 oz or 96 oz size, plug it in, and switch it on. The stainless steel helps keep pets safe from bacteria that is known to build up in ordinary water bowls. The charcoal filter circulates the water so your pet is always lapping up fresh, clean water. The raindrop shape is sleek and compliments most home decor. The Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain is dishwasher safe.

Cautions:

Unplug the Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain when you are away for extended periods of time.

How to Use
Directions:
  • For complete assembly instructions, see the Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain Manual.
  • Introduce the pet fountain to your pet by placing it in the same spot as his or her ordinary water bowl.
  • The Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain is great for pets that don't drink a lot, and those with urinary issues.
Tip:

For optimal performance clean your fountain once a week and disassemble and clean the pump once a month.

Details
Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain

Details: Made with stainless steel. Available in 60 oz and 96 oz.

Size:
Dimensions:
60 oz:
11.75"L x 9.75"W x 4.25"H
96 oz:
12"L x 10.5"W x 4.75"H
Customer Reviews
Pioneer Pet Raindrop Filtered Drinking Fountain is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ideal Pet Drinking Fountain Our cat really likes to drink from running water (I believe most animals do). We had purchased and gone through 2 plastic versions of a drinking fountain. They were noisy and just didn't hold up. We finally bought this stainless version. It works perfectly and has already lasted longer than the two plastic versions combined. And it looks a LOT better.
Date published: 2015-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Metal and Motion over Plain Plastic We have several pets. Cats and dogs love this water fountain. Metal has worked out compared to a plastic model animal fountain. Any model needs filters and cleaning. Our pets love this fountain, and we had trouble with a different large water fountain that was a plastic model, so I would recommend this model based on the way the water fountain movement occurs and the materials. We placed it on a small wooden footstool also and thus it doesn't hurt the necks, or the animals stand up to drink.
Date published: 2014-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Filter before water pump is best feature I bought this fountain for my three cats just over a year ago. It was very easy to set up and I noticed my cats drinking more water immediately. I purchased the black ceramic style. It doesn't look like a "common watering bowl". Very stylish and cute. It also does not make any loud splashing noises and the pump is one of the quietest I've had in my home. The best feature to this fountain is where the water pump is housed. In this fountain the pump is housed in a plastic case and all water must first flow through the filter and then through water pump and out the top. This is ingenious! It traps all cat hair, "gunk" and any any other debris (cat food or any other strange things my kitties bring with them to the water bowl) in the filter before it can get stuck in the pump. This is unlike any other water fountain I have owned - all others, the water is pumped though the water pump first and then through a filter and then out the top of the cat fountain, almost as if the most important thing is for the cat to be drinking filtered water. I love my cats, but really they don't need filtered water... I've caught one drinking out of the toilet before...pretty sure "pure" water is not what they think about. All other fountains I have tried the pumps become repeatedly clogged and wear out quickly due to cat hair and gunk. It is also difficult to clean this type of buildup from these pumps. The fact that this filter catches everything before it enters the pump makes cleaning much easier. I have 2 very long haired cats, so I had to clean a little more often, once every 1 -2 weeks, but all I had to do was clean the housing unit - usually getting any hair or gunk off with a paper towel and then washing it in the sink. It is dishwasher safe if that was needed. I also rinsed the filter and pump under running water and then put them back in the housing unit and done. I replaced the filter about every 30 -45 days as needed. I do hate to admit that as of this moment we do not currently use this fountain, and solely for one reason. I have one cat who loves to play in the water. After about 9 months of owning this fountain and loving it, my cat began to knock the top of the fountain off just enough that all the water would run out onto the floor instead of into the bowl. I watched her do it one day, and it was no a simple task for her to accomplish, but once she figured it out, it began to happen more and more often until sadly I had to find something she couldn't knock off course. I have yet to find anything that has a filtration system like this one that works as well, and that is why I gave it such excellent marks. It is only the fact that I am not currently using this fountain at this time that it did not receive a perfect score from me. If I could just keep my naughty kitty from knocking the top askew and the water running out of the bowl, I would never switch to any other product.
Date published: 2014-03-06
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Q&A

I can't get the fountain to work. I hear it running, but nothing. Will it not work if there is too much or too little water? I've changed he setting on the motor to all 3 options and there is no change. Any suggestions?

Asked by: Ania
FILL IT WITH WATER, THEN PUT SOME IN THE SPOUT AND PLUG IT IN AND START IT
Answered by: BOB 1
Date published: 2017-02-01

How long is the cord?

Asked by: Anonymous
Without going to measure it, I'd say it's maybe 24 inches long (or a little less). I have ours plugged into an extension cord so it will reach behind a desk.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-02-12

does it run on batteries? how do you purchase more filters? how much do they cost?

Asked by: Anonymous
No, it plugs in to an outlet. They sell replacement filters here at PetMeds.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-02-12

where can you get a replacement water pump for the raindrop fountain

Asked by: Anonymous
Directly from the manufacturer for one. The cost was approx under $20 including shipping. Just look them up on the web and call their number. They have a one year warranty but we did not want to bother-- and the directions and unit may instruct on cleaning it out and putting it in differently than some users might have done.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2014-06-01
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