Choco Nose Small Animal Water Feeder H125 - Fields Petcare

Referring now to , the novel water feeder 10 includes a fluid reservoir 11 having an intake port 12 located on the top surface thereof. The intake port is threaded to receive cap 14 having a vent 15 therein. The feeder 10 is shown having a central encircling wire 20 about the middle of the reservoir. Wire 20 has a pair of hooks 18 adjacently spaced on one side of the reservoir for attachment to a wire 19 of the animal cage. When the feeder 10 is attached to the cage, the nozzle assembly 17 extends into the cage so as to be accessible to the animal therein.

This invention relates to an improved animal water feeder and a novel flow control nozzle used therewith.

We are doing a demonstration of water flow for the H128 water feeder with a 10mm nozzle diameter. This water feeder is designed especially for small animals like ferrets, bunnies, guinea pigs, hamsters, etc.

The water flow of this feeder is pretty slow because the leaked proof nozzle is designed to control the water flow while they are licking, so that the small pet can have a clean cage.

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