- 【Material Matters】A bowl is just a bowl, right? Sadly, that's not the case. Most pet food bowls are made from stainless steel, plastic, ceramic. Plastic is the worst option which contain chemicals that could disrupt an animals hormonal balance. Apart from that, plastic accumulates deep scratches that harbor insanitary things and can be hard to clean. Ceramic is heavier and far less durable. One drop or bang can chip, crack, or shatter your ceramic bowl, making it no longer safe for use.
- 【Rust Resistant & Rubber Bottom】Made from genuine stainless steel. If properly cared for, your stainless steel dog bowl will last for years. Regular metal bowls that try to pass themselves off as stainless steel when they are actually regular steel (carbon steel) will rust in no time. The added slip resistant rubber rim on the bottom prevent the bowl from sliding around and reduce noises while your dog eats.
- 【Easy to Clean & Dishwasher Safe】Dog bowls made out of stainless steel can easily be cleaned with mild dish soap and warm water. In addition, they are also dishwasher safe, making for easy cleanup. Besides, the rubber ring can be removed to wash these bowls thoroughly in the dishwasher.
- 【Stackable Design for Easy Storage or Travel】With a considerate and convenient design, these bowls stack easily inside one another for easy storage or travel. Durable for long time use and healthy for your beloved four-paw companions.
- 【Dimensions & Capacity】Small Size: Holds 1.5 Cup/12 fl.oz for each bowl(5.3" Dia x 1.9" H); Medium Size: Holds 2¼ Cup/18 fl.oz for each bowl(6.3" Dia x 2.4" H); Large Size: Holds 3¾ Cup/30 fl.oz for each bowl(7.5" Dia x 2.4" H). Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.
How Much and How Often Should You Feed Your Dog?
- Remember — the recommended feeding amounts on the back of your dog's food bag are for the total amount of food each day, not for each meal. Make sure to portion out this amount across your dog's regular meals
It's recommended to feed puppies every 6–8 hours (3 to 4 meals a day). Puppies are more active and therefore need more calories
One main reason for this twice-a-day schedule instead of once-a-day meals, is that stomach acid and bile can build up in your pet’s stomach. If your dog does not eat, they will become nauseated and vomit
Senior dogs need to be fed as often as adult dogs, so at least twice a day. However, senior dogs are fed a smaller amount because they are less active and not burning as many calories
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