My friend would like to know if it's possible to make a dog to drink from this kind of bottle: They sell also other kind of bottles that have this kind of cap: In case someone suggest something: they don't sell water bottles for dogs here, otherwise my friend could buy one. They sell them only for people here. We live in Finland. My friend sometimes tried this kind of bottle: http://www.mustijamirri.fi/tuote/tr-juomapullo-muovi-wire-holder-600ml/031321/ It was for rodents. Lotta didn't want to drink from it (she didn't want to lick the tip of the tube that's in that bottle). They sell that kind of bottles only for rodents here. Besides my friend is talking about how to get Lotta to drink from the kind of bottle we have linked above. So, my friend would like to know if it's possible to get Lotta to drink from the bottle my friend has. She had just seen this video: My friend should probably start with that? It should still work although that's not a dog. Although in that video the person puts a syringe into the pig's mouth, when my friend would start to use a bottle later she thought that she would do it this way: It should also be easier that way. When one turns that bottle upside down, only drops come out of it. However, Lotta should be willing to open her mouth by herself. In theory, if Lotta would be willing to drink from it, my friend could pour a little bit at the time into Lotta's mouth. Since my friend could pour drops from it, water should not be lost that much. It wouldn't matter although a little bit of the water would get poured on the ground or on Lotta's fur. In case someone suggests to use meat broth, my friend would not want to make it by herself because she is a vegetarian. They don't sell ready made meat broth here. Is there some other kind of liquid in addition to meat broth that could be used in this?