The Healthy Way to Feed Your Large Breed Dog.
Did you know that feeding your large breed dog at floor level could be causing a multitude of health problems? Vets agree that eating in an upright position, rather than awkwardly hunched over a bowl on the floor, has many health benefits for your large breed dog:
* A raised dog feeder allows for proper chewing of food as opposed to swallowing & gulping.
* Slows down the speed in which your pet eats.
* Minimizes bad digestion, because feeding from a raised dog stand stops the inhalation of an excess amount of air while eating.
* Eases gas problems & indigestion from lack of proper eating height. Your raised feeder should be positioned as close as possible to 3-6 inches of your pet’s wither height (the top of his/her shoulder).
* Greatly reduces hip, back & neck strain while feeding - perfect for dogs with hip or elbow dysplasia.
* Ideal for dogs with arthritis and/or joint problems. Feeding with an elevated dog bowl eliminates the need for your dog to have to bend over to eat meals, greatly reducing strain on muscles and joints.
Designed specifically for the 'big dogs' (over 45cm or higher at the withers), the classic Big Dog Feeder provides ergonomically correct feeding with all of the resultant health benefits for your large breed dog.
What's included with my purchase?
Your Big Dog Feeder includes sand or water- fillable legs to increase stability and comes complete with 2 extra large stainless steel bowls and a unique non-spill ridge, for minimising mess. These dishwasher safe bowls are simply lifted out of the feeder for quick and easy cleaning. The hygenic and robust HDPE table and legs are easily wiped or washed down.
How Big is the Big Dog Feeder?
Big Dog Feeder measures 16" tall (40.6cm) and overall table top dimensions are approximately 71cm long x 35.5cm wide. The smart grey and teal colour combination blends with modern decors.
Do your big breed dog a favour, and introduce him to the health benefits a raised feeder provides. Buy a Raised Feeder for your big dog today!