As a pet owner, choose the right dog and cat bowl can impact your pet’s health. Here are four things to consider when choosing bowls for your pet:Read More
Ceramic pet bowl: attractive and colourful, easy to clean.
Steel pet bowl: stable, unbreakable, easy to clean.
Plastic pet bowl: inexpensive and hard to break.
2. Raised or Floor
Elevated bowls help reduce the risk of developing digestive issues such as bloat. More expensive, but do allow pets to eat more easily without changing their posture.
Floor bowls encourage better gastrointestinal movement by forcing the animal to slow down.
Auto pet feeders are a good option to provide food or water for pets when they want. It’s also the pet likes continuous access to food.
4. Slow Feeders
Slow feeder bowls prolong mealtime and prevent your pet from gulping the food down.