Pet Bowls and Dishes are of great usage to both pets and their owners. Their anti-slip technology combined with no-spill resin stations and adjustable heights – make Bowls & Dishes a worth-buying product in every pet household!
Ordinary bowls and dishes used by humans aren’t meant for pets. This is because: they can’t withstand extra pressure exerted by your animal, can easily topple over and mess the surroundings, and are most likely to be dragged across the floor. Furthermore, they don’t even offer optimal eating access which means your pet has to uncomfortably adjust with the bowl’s height and get access to the food inside.
Now here comes the need of bowls and dishes, specially designed for feeding pets only! Ideal for cats and dogs – pet crockery is the best food serving station for animals.
Pet crockery comprises of different feeding stations, each of which serves a different purpose. Here are the most common types of feeding trays for pets:
No-Spill Feeding Stations – Seeing food scattered and liquid spilled on the floor, usually gets pet parents on their nerves. Fortunately, no-spill feeding stations are here to set your mind at ease.
Equipped with NO-SPILL TECHNOLOGY, these feeding trays are designed in a way to resist both hard and liquid food from being scattered or spilled across the floor.
Even the untidiest of eaters won’t be able to make food leave this pot, therefore relieving the pet owner from the necessity to clean the floor after every meal.
Multiple Pet Dinner Dishes – Say no more to pet fights with multiple dinner dishes. Ideal for those having multiple pets at home, a multiple pet feeder tray has various pots for each of the pets. You can fill the required number of pots in the tray, assign each pot to each pet, and see all of them eating peacefully from their independent pots.
Slow Feeders – Some pets, especially dogs, have a habit of quickly wolfing the food down their throats, which causes Bloat or Gastric Dilatation Volvulus in them. But worry not, as you now have Slow Feeder Bowls to cope with this problem. Featuring meal-lengthening ridges, mazes, and spirals – the slow feeding station keeps dogs engaged for up to 10x longer at chow time, which aids in digestion, prevent bloats, and allows your pup to eat at a healthy pace.
Licking Mats – are found to be very effective for pets like cats, dogs, goats, and horses. You can apply your pet’s favorite peanut butter, puree, or any other natural food paste on this non-toxic mat and let your pet lick his favorite puree from the mat’s textured patterns. These mats provide several benefits like: they reduce boredom, anxiety and destructive behavior; ideal to calm your pets; the textured patterns promote good dental health and slower feeding.
Adjustable Feeding Stations – with adjustable heights, you can perfectly set the feeding height for your pet and allow him to eat in a comfortable position. Elevated feeders reduce neck burden and promote smooth flow of food from the mouth to the stomach.
Stainless Steel is the best and safest material for pet food bowls. This is because, it is unbreakable, dishwasher safe, and easy to clean. When purchasing Stainless Steel pots, make sure the pots have non-skid/anti-slip rubber on the bottom.
Other good choices include ceramic or stoneware pet food dishes. They are easy to clean, durable, non-porous, and available in a variety of colors and designs. When purchasing stoneware, make sure the pots are dishwasher-safe and have a lead-free, food-grade coating.
Veterinarians recommend washing pet food dishes after every meal, regardless of what type of diet you offer. The bowls should be washed with water and dish washing soap, and should be wiped dry before refilling.
Plastic is generally not recommended for pets. This is because plastic-made dishes can be easily chewed or scratched by the pet, leaving places for bacteria to reside into. Additionally, some pet dogs or cats may develop an allergy to the plastic, resulting in irritation or acne on their face. If you are to purchase a plastic bowl, make sure it is made from non-toxic components and food-grade material.
The slime buildup occurs due to the bacteria that sticks the bowl’s surface after your pet has licked it. The name for this slime is “biofilm”, which is a thick slimy residue caused due to pet tongue’s bacteria.
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