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Water Bottle Stands

I am looking for a free standing water bottle stand. I have scourged the internet and the ones I have found range from $35 to almost $100 (they must love their product). I tried searching the archives here to no avail. I am hoping someone on the forum knows where I can get one at a reasonable price. If not, I will have to bite the bullet. I would really like to stop searching as I have been finding all kinds of neat stuff that Bailey needs, she really needs.
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I can't help you because the one I bought was pretty expensive. I do love it though!

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Can't help you here either, as Posh drinks out of her water bottle attached to her wire crate. I keep the door open all day... I'm actually working on some funky crate cover, as right now I'm using one of my scarves and I don't anticipate not using a crate.
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I'm still trying to get my very handy DH to make one for us. I told him there may be others who'd be interested in them, too. I'll show him this thread, maybe it'll give him the motivation he needs to get started

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Kara has a real funky bottle holder. Maybe she will post a pic of it here for you to see. I agree that those holders are very expensive. Somewhere I remember see a site that gave instructions on making one with PVC pipe, but can't remember where, sorry.


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Michele~ My DH said the PVC ones would be very easy to make. However, he's thinking about making one from wood that looks much nicer, IMO, than the PVC ones.

I think Kara's is a wine bottle holder that she stuck the water bottle into.

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I found this site, they include the bottle -choice of 4 sizes - and shipping is pretty cheap:
http://bottlebabies.com/ordering.htm
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These are like the ones I'm trying to get my DH to make. I like them much better than the PVC ones.

http://www.pawscreations.com/pawscreations/

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My DH made one out of stainless steel. I love it. It's light enough to be portable, and it adjusts in height for puppies or larger dogs. It's unobtrusive and can be tucked in a corner. I don't have a photo of it though. He's in the process of making more.

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I bought an adapter to a water bottle(Desani or Aquafina), the one that Kara has, and it can be screwed into the wall. Let me tell you how great it is! Havee loves it, never has drunk so much water and his beard stays dry! Very few drips too. It's been working very well for us.
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