Pet Care

Ahh-Mazing “AHA!” Discovery for July 2017: Putting Thunder Back in Thumper and a Lightning Bolt Challenge

This month’s AHA! is a combination of a revelation and a challenge. The Revelation One of our recent testimonials that should be entitled: “Putting Thunder Back in Thumper” (Thank you to Lisa for this creative suggestion). Wendy’s full testimonial about her rabbit named Thumper can be read here (scroll down to “Pets” section). It is a […]




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Smile in Our Hearts

It has been a tough Spring with the passing of beloved pets. The heartache is painful but the memories are so sweet. We will miss Carly (shown in the photo to the left), our brother’s family dog that had boundless love and energy, specially on family vacations. In her life, she ran many miles on the […]




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Chicken Health

We have at least two customers who raise chickens in their backyards, and they shared some wonderful stories. One also gave us a dozen beautiful eggs from her laying chickens that drink the Polarized Water (shown in the photo). Story One: We understand that chickens can be susceptible to toxin exposure and will stop eating […]




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Where in the World is Katie Kopinski? (AquaNew’s favorite intern talks about her most recent work with exotic felines)

Guest Post by: Katie Kopinski My latest adventure was as an Exotic Feline Intern at a private sanctuary near West Palm Beach, Florida. Many of my duties at this facility involved diet preparation, cleaning enclosures, daily training of animals, and giving guided tours to guests. Tours were made by appointment only, so that the cats didn’t become […]




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Medical Insurance Claims Relate to Quality of Water Given to Our Pets

A pet insurance provider has analyzed its claims data on urinary issues of cats and dogs, including urinary tract infections, incontinence, cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), urinary obstruction, and crystalluria (crystals in the urine). The study results can be found on the company’s blog. In this study the insurance company used U.S. EPA maps on […]




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Meet Simone: The Newest Addition to Our “Be the Ahh! Pet” Family

Don’t let her size fool you, this 8-lb. pup packs a lot of power and has energy to spare! Simone is a 3-month-old Border Collie mix my husband and I adopted from the Tampa SPCA last month. In a short time, she’s already become famous, and has been featured in healthy aging newsletters and videos. […]




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Congratulations to Our “Be the Ahh! Pets” Contest Winners!

Thank you to all those who’ve sent us photos and videos showing us how your pet “is the Ahh!” We love sharing these moments with our customers and their Watt-Ahh®-loving furry friends. At this time, we’d like to share a few of our winners with you… “Be the Ahh! Pets” Contest Winners:     Congratulations to Christopher […]




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Meet Max! Our First “Be the Ahh! Pet” Contest Winner

Congratulations to Christopher of Jacksonville for sending in this photo of Max asking for Watt-Ahh®. Watt-Ahh® fans, there’s still time to enter. Show us how YOUR pet is the “Ahh!” in our Be the Ahh! Pets Contest. Send in your favorite short video or photo of your pet(s) between now and April 30, 2016 to be […]




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Update on Katie Kopinski, Former AquaNew Intern: Care of Baby Sea Lion and Now Cheetahs

We enjoy hearing from our Watt-Ahh® friends. Katie, who performed a fish growth study for AquaNew had good news about the recent birth of this sea lion at a wildlife center where she interned, and also about her next internship involving care for cheetahs at another wildlife sanctuary located in Oregon. Katie wrote, ”The position involves lots […]




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Cats vs. Water Bottles (and a Few Ferrets Too!)

Who knew that furry felines would get such joy from challenging a water bottle? We stumbled across this Cats Vs. Water Bottles video and learned two very important lessons: 1) When confronted by a water bottle, a cat will always win, and 2) Bottles make great repurposed, affordable pet toys (a holiday gift idea, and always, with any plastic pet toy, proper supervision is […]




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