This Oprah-Loved Insulated Water Bottle for Pets Holds Treats, Too — and It’s on Sale – PEOPLE

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Keeping your pets hydrated is crucial to their health, so shoppers should especially pick up Bindle’s puppy pack that lets them take sips whenever they’re thirsty outdoors. The multifunctional pack is not only a stainless steel water bottle on one end, but also a container on the other end to store dry treats for your pup on walks. It’s a space-saving and convenient solution for keeping your dogs hydrated when you’re out for a walk or hike, and right now, Amazon shoppers can even get it on sale for 20 percent off.

Buy It! Bindle Puppy Pack in Black, $52.80 (orig. $65.99);

Not only can you immediately give your thirsty pup a sip of water from this bottle when you’re outdoors, but the container makes keeping treats on hand easy — perfect for outdoor behavior training. The bottle itself keeps liquids at a steady temperature for up to 12 hours (great for summertime when your dog wants something chilled to drink), while the attached collapsible bowl lets you pour out water or treats if you’re taking a rest. 

The Puppy Pack’s water bottle sleeve even includes a side pocket for holding your phone, so it really becomes the only accessory you need if you’re only heading outdoors for a quick spin around the park. No wonder it’s already a best-seller at Amazon in the retailer’s newly released insulated bottles category, and that shoppers have already given it a near-perfect 4.8-star rating. 

If you’re looking for a gift for pet lovers this holiday season, Bindle’s Puppy Pack will even arrive before Christmas, but you better hurry. Shop it now while it’s on sale. 

Buy It! Bindle Puppy Pack in Coral, $52.80 (orig. $65.99);

Buy It! Bindle Puppy Pack in Gray, $52.80 (orig. $65.99);


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