You have plenty of choices when it comes to food bowls for your new dog – and there’s a good reason for that.
Dogs have unique individual needs, and there are dog food bowl varieties to meet just about all of them. These simple tips help you determine which special features could be the best for your dog:
- Elevated feeders improves comfort, reduces stress and cumulative joint damage in your large breed dog. Raised feeders are also great for dogs recovering from surgery or dogs with three legs.
- Steep sided bowls with narrow openings keep your dogs’ ears from falling into food and water dishes.
- Slow feeder bowls help slow down your dogs’ eating while improving digestion and nutrient absorption.
- Shallow bowls make eating more comfortable by allowing more “nose room”. Indeed, they make easier to reach food because eliminate the strain and pressure against the throat.
Published by: That Pet Place