Hi all, firstly thank you for taking your time to view my post. I was hoping some of you may be able to give advice, for supplying water to my dog. My dog is a labrador, with a very very rare condition. His 'corpus callosum' on his brain is missing. We didn't find this out until he had several brain scans, at the age of just 4 and a half months. He is now 16 months old. This condition means he never knows when he's thirsty, and therefore does not drink water EVER. It also causes his sodium levels to drop quicker than a normal dog as its not managed so to resolve this we feed him 4 times a day. Usually to feed him we give him a wet food (harrington) with water, and we calculated how much water he needs based on his weight, and in summer we give him more. On a rare occasion he will see the cat drink water and copy but this is rare. Tuesday (yesterday) he was sick, our vet is very good with him, as soon as there is a slight problem they fit us in straight away, gave him antisickness and said he might not eat for the rest of the day. The problem is without him eating, he has no water whatsoever! The vet said that it is very important to get fluid in him based on him being sick and his sodium never controlling itself propally. If he doesn't drink for about 2 days he can't walk he gets so unwell so quickly. Last night he had around 100ml of water, his daily intake should be around 1300ml. Then this morning he had his whole bowl around 400ml, a hour later he had an extra 200ml to try to make up for yesterday, since then he has had about 50ml across 3 meals as he is refusing to eat again! (will eat out hand doesn't want water but sick was water based, and was around 2 meter square sick, so his whole day's before food/water ) He is currently still happy and playing just don't want him to get unwell again :/ Things we have tried: - Boiling a chicken, wouldn't drink the juice, in the summer he loves this! - we tried teaching him drink command back in summer, but as with any brain condition, he gets forgetful, to the point sometimes he doesn't know who we are! - luke warm goat milk, he didn't drink it so the cat stole it - siringe squirting into mouth, limited amount but its the best option! - chicken and liver in water, he picked the liver and chicken out of the water in the one bowel, so changed it to the slow eating design bowel and didn't touch any of it! I would also like to point out, the vet at specialist hospital (not our local vet) said when we found out about his brain that he will be an expensive dog, and most people would put him down as he will always be hard work, THIS IS TRUE! But he is in no pain, and as long as we can get his meals right with water, he is as very happy as any normal dog! If I didn't tell you, you would never know unless you saw me feed him! So please no comments saying we're being cruel for trying to give him the best life he deserves! Have had that on other forums already! Sorry its lots of information, just don't want people to not know the facts if they're trying to help, thank you for your time and any suggestions you may have!