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Water bottles going to the dogs

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Sparta, Wis. - As legislators and environmentalists across the country try to figure out what to do about all the plastic water bottles ending up in landfills, a company is marketing bottled water for dogs.

Sparta, Wis.

- As legislators and environmentalists across the country try to figure out what to do about all the plastic water bottles ending up in landfills, a company is marketing bottled water for dogs.

Hero Enhanced Dog Water is "fortified with nutrients to help keep dogs of all ages healthy and active and is flavored for tastes that dogs love," according to Wisconsin-based Century Foods, which produces the drink.

Hero Dog Water sells for $2.29 per 32-ounce bottle, which is considered two servings.

The water is available in three formulas: Exercise Recovery, Hip & Joint and Healthy Aging.

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