Setting the table for your dog
You can spend as much as you want on such basics as bowls for kibble. But what does your dog really need? Dog bowls are often made of stainless steel, ceramic, or plastic. Some things to consider: Ceramic bowls can chip which could scratch, cut and damage his mouth and digestive system. Plastic
bowls are best for dry dog food. The slo-feeder bowl is designed to slow your dog down when eating. This helps with your dogs digestive system and avoids bloat. Stainless steel bowls are best for water because there is no reported leaching risk factors. “Greatpup’s bowls all are sturdy and sufficiently heavy so as not to topple over when your dog is enjoying his meal. Always place food and water
dishes in the same place. Choose a spot that is not in a high foot-traffic area but is visible and easy for your dog to access. Protect your floor with the slop mat so food and water that slops
out of dishes can be easily cleaned up.”Choosing the right bowls for food and water for your dog will keep them happy and healthy.”
Come out and see Greatpup locally at Sanderson High School’s Holly Days, Saturday and Sunday
December 6th & 7th.
Stuff your dog’s Toppl not your dog! Use kibble, carrot, or peanut butter to stuff the toppl for hours of fun. Made from nontoxic, and 100% recyclable. This toy is for dogs who destroy other toys in minutes. Floats & dishwasher safe. West Paw guaranteed!
Gobble,Gobble:Don’t feed your dog turkey bones. They are sharp and potentially very dangerous.
Frosty bowls Stainless steel bowl keeps your dogs water cold for 6-8 hours.
Freeze blue center core.
Galleria Open House
Join Greatpup at the Galleria’s open house
Friday Nov. 7- Sunday Nov. 9.
9650 Strickland Rd. Raleigh