Sharing a dog water bowl hack you can find at the grocery store. 

Do you know when you are rushing out the door and you scan the dog’s water bowl and it is nearly empty?

And for a split second you think oh there’s plenty. But what do you do? You always put down your bag(s) and grab the water bowl.

And then after filling the water bowl you walk back across the kitchen floor or patio, like walking a tightrope, not wanting to wobble over like a Weeble. (80’s reference).

Here is a dog water bowl hack for your furry friends on those busy days.

Oh, and the dog days of summer when dogs are outside more enjoying the sunsets.


If you are a follower of Everyday Edits you know I love a good hack. Like this one.

And if your dogs need a new dog bowl here is a cute elevated dog dish.


I stumbled into this hack when I bought a plastic beverage dispenser at Kroger for under $8.000. I planned on using it for brewed tea.

Until I got it home and the dispenser was too big for the refrigerator.

And I thought this oversized, too big for the fridge beverage dispenser is perfect for Chloe and Elliott and the dog days of summer.

I added ice and water.

Now it’s just a little water bar for the dogs.

And the best part was the beverage dispenser with spigot fit on top of their dog dish tray.

Looking for a yummy dog treat to pair with the beverage bar? Try these homemade dog treats.

This Made in USA dog bone cookie cutter will set you back a few dollars and will make your dog treats too cute!


Shop for the dog days of summer. It’s never too early to shop for Halloween costumes for your dogs. ;0)


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  1. Cindy Brooks says:

    Not sure I understand this hack. Have your dogs learned how to get water out of the dispenser to fill there own bowl??? Thanks!

    1. Yes, the owner needs to push the dispense button. I have mine outside in the shade. I add water and ice cubes the morning and no longer spray my patio with water (wasteful in Colorado). I’ll add those details! Thank you! Have a great week!

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