- Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 6.1 x 14 cm ; 77.1 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 90.7 g
- Item Model Number: 100-WBS
- ASIN: B07CGW8V23
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 12 April 2018
- Customer Reviews: 529 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,538 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
Small Animal Water Bottle | Ideal for Hamsters, Mice, Guinea Pigs & Rabbits
+ $7.85 Delivery
- 3.38 oz. small animal water bottle | Ideal water bottle for Hamsters, Mice & Gerbils
- Critter Ville water bottles are compatible w/ ALL MidWest Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Critter Nation, Ferret Nation Cages & Small Animal Playpens
- Water bottle features a stainless-steel sip spout, is BPA free & includes suction cups in case you want to use it with a glass aquarium
- Hamster water bottle is easy to fill & comes w/ a simple lift-top cap for quick water refills | Water bottle attaches to cage w/ a user-friendly plastic screw
- MidWest Quality Guarantee | Critter Ville water bottle includes 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Size: Small Water Bottle | Hamster 3.38 oz.
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Critter Ville Water Bottles for small animals are made with durable, BPA free plastic & a stainless steel sip spout. This 3.38 oz. water bottle is ideal for Mice, Hamsters & Gerbils. Each Critter Ville Water Bottle will fit ALL MidWest Hamster Cages, Guinea Habitat Guinea Pig Cages, Ferret Nation Series, Critter Nation Series, Wabbitat Rabbit Cages & Small Animal Playpens. Please scroll below for product links to our array of quality pet cages! Each water bottle attaches to the cage with a user-friendly plastic screw & also come with suction cups in case you want to use them with a glass aquarium habitat. They are easy to refill with their simple lift-top cap. Every water bottle includes the MidWest Quality Guarantee 1-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty. If you have any questions about our small animal water bottles our customer service department would be glad to help you. MidWest customer service can be contacted at: 1-800-428-8560, available 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (EST), Monday – Friday.
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I actually bought this to water my baby chicks. I have used rodent water bottles to provide my chicks with clean fresh water before and was successful, but being that most rodent bottles are made for wire cages and my post-incubation tank was glass, I needed something that would adhere to a wall, not stick through bars. The suction cups on this bottle (small size) worked just fine for the weight of water that it can hold. Now, normal rodent bottles have a ball on the inside that the animal pushes with their tongue (or beak in this case) to dispense liquid, but this bottle works a tad bit different. It appears to be closer in design to those red chicken waters (called 'chicken nipples') that you can buy and attach to PVC piping. I thought it would work for me because of this, but it didn't. Red chicken waterers can be activated when the birds hit it with their beak from any angle but for this bottle to work the animal must push the metal rod upward and it doesn't work with side to side pressure. To my disappointment, the chicks just couldn't figure it out.
This bottle wasn't designed for chicks, so I can't fault it's design based on my unique use. Other than my birds not being intelligent enough, this bottle is really neat and I like it quite a bit. The small size is super small though, quite a bit smaller than I expected honestly. You should probably just buy the next size up.
My only real critique is that it did leak a little. I left it in the tank for much longer than I needed to (I was really hoping at least one bird would eventually figure it out) and it would slowly drip from time to time even though no one was pecking at it anymore.