Drinkwell Charcoal Filters work with Drinkwell fountains to keep your petís water fresh and clean.
Drinkwell Charcoal Filters operate on two levels to keep your petís drinking water clean and fresh. The charcoal part of the filter works to remove bad tastes and odors from water to help keep it fresh. The filter also utilizes a pad made from duo-density polyester to catch dirt, hair, and debris before they reach the pump in order to keep your petís drinking water clean. By preventing blockage from occurring in the fountainís pump, ensures that your pump stays working longer and helps keep the water flow-rate stays regular.
The Drinkwell Charcoal Filters work with PetSafe Drinkwell fountains, including the Pagoda and the Avalon models. Drinkwell Foam filters are available in 4-packs.
Works in Pagoda and Avalon models of PetSafe Drinkwell fountains
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5.00 rating based on 1 review
Effective and Economical by Dylan's Mommy from St. Augustine, FL09/05/2014
I use these filters for the PetSafe Avalon Fountain. They are not expensive and seem to last even longer than recommended while still keeping the water crystal clear and odorless. Recommend!
Drinkwell Charcoal Replacement Filters (4 Pack) by Owwie from Alaska05/28/2014
I tried to buy the product from the main retailer, they wanted more than double the purchase price for shipping. Entirely Pets charged me $0.87 less then they did (for just the product) for both the product & the shipping to Alaska. Then I got this annoyingly "Jehovah's Witness" wannabe survey email string DEMANDING that I write a review. Great product, horrible after purchase experience, and yes, I unsubscribed from the emails I chose not to receive in the first place.