Double Bowl Dog Feeder - Food and Water At The Same Time

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Feeding the pets with double dog bowl feeders is a snap, these days. Let's face it; our lives are hectic, and sometimes the pet gets neglected a little. Using one of these automated devices is a way to make sure a beloved animal gets the food and water it needs, and when it needs it.

Several brands of automatic feeders come with small coolers where canned pet food can be stored. This is for those times when a special treat is in order, and dry food isn't good enough. Some of these machines can even open the can and dispense the food on command.

Vets say that smaller periodic feedings might help to prevent obesity from developing in an animal, which is a good thing. Most of these units use up-to-date electronics to automate their portioning activities. The best ones manage their dry food supplies, and they can mete out portions in weights going all the way up to ten pounds of food in a single period.

Assembly and set-up is generally pain-free and without stress or bother. They all come equipped with understandable instruction guides or manuals, and some even have CD-ROMS or videos available to guide the pet owner through this new way of feeding his or her animal.

Generally, most of these units are able to handle up to two pets at a time, and can manage separate feeding schedules for them, if needed. Tasking the unit to do these feedings is relatively uncomplicated and they're easily revisable, too.

People who have larger and taller dogs may find one these units in an elevated version to be the best bet. This is especially true if the animal has arthritis or some other movement-restricting condition. With these kinds of machines, the large animal owner can have the convenience of automatic feeding just like any other smaller-size animal's owner does.

All these models are generally set up to work for fifteen-to-forty pound animals, usually. There are other feeders available which can handle bigger dogs or other pets, and they're no more difficult to use than any other feeder, normally. Now, just about every size dog or other pet can benefit from automated feeding.

Storage capacities in these machines run around one-and-a-half gallons in total volume. This gives the feeder the ability to put out over 1.8 gallons in total dry food with little difficulty or drama. All the good feeders also have a watering set of features, too.

This way, both the feeding and the watering of the animal can be accomplished automatically. You can therefore be assured that your pets will be regularly and conveniently taken care of.

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