We’ve had this LeBistro Waterer for about 2 years or so–or since Riley was a puppy, so maybe 2.5 years. I love it because I don’t have to constantly refill a water bowl all day long, but I hate how it gets dirty and is a weird shape so is hard to clean.
Enter Q-tips Precision Tips! They are the perfect fit to get in the weird corners of the waterer and to get in the little hole that the water comes through!
I will say it is extra yucky/furry because only Chloe has been drinking out of this bowl while Riley’s been crated, so it takes her about 3 times as long to empty it.
New Q-tips Precision Tips! They have a pointed end to get down in the corners easily.
These are the Precision Tips I’m talking about.
Getting it all cleaned up!
The waterer is now spotless and refilled/refreshed! All ready for Riley to get off of crate rest on Wednesday morning!!!!!
See, all fresh and clean!
Here’s Riley getting a little bit of loving from Grandma–who is actually going to be a REAL Grandma! Aunt Baddy is going to have a two-legger, human baby!!!!!!!!!!
I would definitely suggest buying a package of these Q-tips Precision Tips–they would be so useful around the house and with your pets, especially if you have one of these LeBistro Waterers like we do that are hard to keep clean. You could also clean the creases on your dog’s face if they have a smooshed face like Riley’s Boxer cousins, Daisy and Highway. Or, if your dog is accident-prone like a certain young Cattle Dog I know, you can apply ointments to their cuts and scrapes or broken nails.
***I was provided with Q-tips cotton swabs® and information about the product by RocketXL. All opinions are 100% my own.***
I thought it fitting, since tomorrow is her birthday, to show Riley’s first picture as a baby so everyone can see how much she’s grown. Cattle dogs start out white (besides their masks) and change colors a few weeks after they’re born. Here’s baby Riley:
Here’s Riley’s second picture, her eyes were open and she was starting to get her color… She looks like a guinea pig!