However, if you’re going to leave them crated for 2 or more hours, especially if it’s a warm day, then you should leave a crate mounted water bowl inside, the type that clamps to the crate so it cannot be spilled. Crating a dog in warm weather without water is wrong for obvious reasons.
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Well look at it this way, the dog is crated, it feels thirsty so it wants a drink, dog drinks from bowl then eventually needs to pee, in it's own den that it can't get out of, so it pees then has to lie in it's pee for god knows how long.
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Dog Crate Water Bowls by GoGo® are sturdy, long lasting and reliable. Made from heavy duty stainless steel these dog crate bowls have a 48 oz capacity, perfect for most large size dogs. These crate cups are also rust resistant, making them an excellent option for food or water and can be easily attached to most standard dog crates, cages, and kennels.
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When it is time for your dog to eat a regular meal, put his food bowl in the back of his crate with the door open. Let him go in and eat his food and leave when he's ready. If he won't go in, wait him out, even if he skips a meal or two. When he is hungry he will eat in the crate. Practice until he is comfortable eating his entire meal in his crate.This done the handlers did not touch the water or check the level of water in the bowl so the dog drank all the water when we landed. If you have a dog larger than 10 lbs then the plastic pos bowl that comes with the crate is only good for hamsters.I used a larger clip on bowl ( ordered separately) and tapped on water bottles to the crate for the handlers to give to the dog. I also purchased after i got int the airport a large bottle of water so I could water the dog as soon as we landed.The Pit Bowl – New to fit your IATA Container Requirement 82. With many airlines now requiring many dogs classified as “Aggressive Breeds” to travel in reinforced travel crates made of metal or wood. This hook on bowl will comply with the airlines CR82 requirement it is tough and has deep walls to help prevent spilling. Perfect for your Large thirsty airline traveling dog. CR-82 stands for Container Requirement 82 it states that dogs considered aggressive breeds or fighting dogs must travel in a special re-enforced crate. No part of this special dog crate can be plastic it must be constructed entirely of wood and/or metal.