13 automatic filling dog water bowl Outdoor Design Photos

Alfresco LivingScot Eckley Inc
How is faucet attached to running water?
really like bowl, where could I get one?
I would presume that you would pump the water out to another area then refill.
Fountains like this are done with a pump that recirculates water from the basin. The pump and pipe would be behind the wall.
Add a bowl under water spout
For our dogs near their area
Easy water feature under outside facet.
dog fountain, shallow, continuous water flow.
a water feature that pets can access....
canine population, dog fountains are a welcome respite on long, hot walks. I've spotted dog water bowls on sidewalks outside cafés on a recent trip to Chicago and thought about what a cool touch that would be in the front yard of a residence. You could make it as simple as a bowl of water or as fancy as
Water TowersJeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
It would seem as though the water would evaporate pretty quickly as I'm here in FL. Is this real stone or the fake stuff, and how much $$$?
have to refill depends on the dryness of the air, the heat, and the frequency of rainfall. You can always test this for your location with a plain bowl.
Use rock water features in lieu of trough.
the wood squares filled in w/gravel
11. Water for life. All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
Water for life. All kinds of insects and birds and amphibians will use almost any water feature you can provide. And if that water feature does double duty as a sculptural element, so much the better.
TwadellDesign Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
It's lower. Self contained. No auto fill?
Subtle water feature
like the water feature
The size of water feature
Low bowl water feature
water feature screen room
Round Bowl with bubbler.
Simple bowl water feature
The home's main entry garden mimics the backyard, welcoming visitors with color and water.
Water feature...Water bowl...Water pot...For the dogs...Water fountain....Water fountain...low water...water feature
ExteriorscapesExteriorscapes llc
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, can you let me know where I can buy this rock feature water feature from, seen many but never one like this, I LOVE IT!!!
how much for the water feature?
You can also get these at Marenakos.com - This is basalt rock that naturally has that bowl at the joints of the column rocks created from the volcanic basalt
ic disappearing fountain.Usually the fountain sits up on a grate with a water basin below, but you can also fill up the basin with rock. The downside is that the pump will be harder to get to, and you'll have to refill the water basin more often.
If you want to get a water feature that's even more understated, this is about the most subtle fountain you can get. It looks like a puddle after a rainstorm until you get close and notice the slight movement underneath the surface.
Exterior PhotosStonewood, LLC
What is placed in the bottom to keep it from filling with water, what type of brick is used for the internal firewall, how deep?
actually have a very similair one in our backyard. I have not heard of anyone ever falling in them. I do have a client that posts pictures of her dog jumping in her fire pit, not when the fire is on :) Good luck getting your hubby to agree, a firepit is a great addition to any yard.
We have found the most popular sizes are 36" and 45" diameter and 11-14" deep, but we are handcrafting cast iron bowls and stands. The cast iron radiates a lot of heat. In the pit above typically rock or sand may be used for drainage. Obviously, the overall size will depend on your outdoor living area
(These yellow deposits are water-soluble and can cause staining.)
Hi, Thanks for the compliment. It was my wifes idea to place the succulents in the urn. However I will have to tell you that we had to replace the 1st urn we had because the succulents grew and cracked the bowl. Sofar with the 2nd all
height without a permit. If you want to have a higher fence, you have to apply for building dispensation from the local council. Usually his requires filling out a form and paying it to council to assess. It helps if you can get the neighbors consent too. If you are given approval, you then need a building
it is set up in the wrong direction, but perfect for the dogs
FirepitTongue & Groove
What type of plant is that along the water?
We hand craft fire bowl furnishings and have done similar installations using steel landscape edging, gravel base covered with sand. Check out our work!
Love this and so would the dogs!
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Pet FountainCalifornia Waterscapes
How does the water comes up, is it motion.
If I understand correctly this recirculates from a reservoir under the rocks. How do you keep the water clean?
holds the water and a pump recirculates it. I had put a link here somewhere on how to make one.
This is easy and a sanitary solution, nothing to clean here. The water never pools! Love it!
Thank you so much, gonna see if I can do this for my babies. I have three nix poodles and my lion dog, not
not sure what he is. Can never keep the water bucket fill.
water feature doubles as dog water bowl
water coming out of the rocks
a water feature for the dogs!
Another idea for running water in backyard
great idea instead of a typical water bowl. Love this.
Water feature - fresh water for dogs
MaherHuettl Landscape Architecture
There is a small pump that recirculates the water to the spout only. The top of the planter has a separate irrigation and drainage system.
a concrete bowl below. Incorporating water into planters, whether they're filled with plants or not, is a simple way to add a contemporary touch to any garden space.
movement across the yard. Watering plants as it
the dog run & the water could be their drinking water too.
Water is a common element in a modern landscape, but don't expect a rock-filled waterfall or a naturalistic garden pool. Instead, you'll find something like this installation, where water drops in a single stream from the edge of a tall, narrow metal
Water is a common element in a modern landscape, but don't expect a rock-filled waterfall or a naturalistic garden pool. Instead, you'll find something like this installation, where water drops in a single stream from the edge of a tall, narrow metal planter into a concrete bowl below. Incorporating
debora carl landscape designdebora carl landscape design
The grass behind the water bowl is Juncus 'Carman's Japanese' or Carman's Japanese Rush. It grows 3' wide and 2 1/2' - 3' tall.
this would make a great water bowl for the dogs.
Add a water feature. Any water feature will support wildlife, and if you have a fountain or bubbler, the soothing sound will temper road noise. You can simply fill up a birdbath or any basin, or buy a premade fountain and plug it in — or go solar and avoid electricity altogether.
like the wall, like the cutouts, like water feature
I'd like a water feature around the pool.
Add a water feature. Any water feature will support wildlife, and if you have a fountain or bubbler, the soothing sound will temper road noise. You can simply fill up a birdbath
Designer Eileen Kelly replaced the patchy lawn with decomposed granite, new planting beds filled with low-water plants and a creative cauldron retrofitted into a gas fire pit. Photo: Eileen Kelly © Dig Your Garden Landscape Design http://www.digyourgarden.com/portfolio/kentfieldreplacedlawn.html
Great firepit area - large scale bowl, stone wall
Example of sand and fire bowl
Similar to the previous water feature, this massive fire pit used as a central design element illustrates confident use of scale. Think about those flimsy, imported fire pits that
Ornamental Onion (Allium ‘Globemaster’) Allium is an unusual yet striking addition to a garden bed. With its sphere-shaped flower head filled with tiny purple florets rising tall above
to a garden bed. With its sphere-shaped flower head filled with tiny purple florets rising tall above its foliage, it’s the garden equivalent of fireworks. Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to medium, well-drained soil Light
to a garden bed. With its sphere-shaped flower head filled with tiny purple florets rising tall above its foliage, it’s the garden equivalent of fireworks. Where it will grow: Hardy to -20 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 5 to 8; find your zone)Water requirement: Dry to medium, well-drained soilLight
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