DOES YOUR PET DRINK THE SAME KIND OF WATER THAT YOU DO?

The purity of the water we and our pets drink is essential to stay healthy
Is the water that you and your pets drink safe?

No doubt you take precautions to drink water that is safe, but where does your pet’s water come from? Among the options are tap water, purified water and more…

More likely than not, water straight from the tap is not the best option but that depends on where you live and where your water supply comes from.  It may also depend on whether your water has been tested, and by whom, and if you can depend on the accuracy of the results you are given.

Many people have a filter installed on their kitchen sink. Others use a refillable jug that has a replaceable filter to remove any impurities that way, including fluoride which, in excessive amounts, is known to be one of the causes of bone cancer.

Then there are those who prefer to buy one-gallon containers of “drinking” water, purified water or spring water from the local store. And, a number of us choose to avoid the bother of shopping for water altogether and would rather have it delivered to the doorstep.

Another option to consider is distilled water. A growing number of consumers are making the switch because its purity is practically guaranteed.

Finally, all I ask is that whatever is best for you, taste-wise and expense-wise, you provide the very same for your pets. They don’t deserve anything less.    

Together, let’s keep our precious pets healthy, happy and safe!  

2 thoughts on “DOES YOUR PET DRINK THE SAME KIND OF WATER THAT YOU DO?

    1. Chris Nero, thanks so much for your comment. I’ve just visited your website and it looks great. It’s a very interesting product you’ve developed. Was wondering if you could share anything specific about the filtration process. Does your water have any added benefits over other options currently available, for example, water dispensed from a fridge, or a Brita jug, or a kitchen sink filter unit?

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