The Pet Plate Complete Feeding System

The Pet Plate Complete Feeding System for Finicky Furry Friends

RI Consignment is pleased to offer The Pet Plate Complete Feeding System by KAC Industries. 

The Pet Plate Complete Feeding System is the World’s Best Feeding System for Finicky Furry Friends. It features an 8″ white porcelain plate and a matching 7.25″ white porcelain water bowl. What makes The Pet Plate so different is the lower sides. Unlike traditional bowls, The Pet Plate Complete Feeding System features a lower profile side to appease even the most finicky of pets. No more dinging tags against the dish and the food stays put. The set is microwave safe, dishwasher safe and lead free so you can rest assured your pet is eating from the one of the safest materials available for pet feeding. The white porcelain feeding system with gray fired logo complement any decor and you can say goodbye to feeding your pet off unsightly paper plates or other unsanitary flat options.

Web MD, a trusted source of medical and pet health information, recommends changing a pet’s feeding system as a solution to pet feeding issues. According to the article entitled “Why Your Dog Won’t Eat: Causes & Solutions” it can be very distressing when a pet won’t eat. In the article, Web MD recommends seeking veterinary care to first rule out any medical issues with your pet. They also list a number of potential causes, aside from illness, that could cause the pet to not eat.

Web MD lists some solutions to help you deal with your pet not eating. In the article, Web MD recommends the following:

  • Cutting back on treats
  • Feeding your pet on a regular schedule, usually at least twice a day
  • Taking your dog for a walk before mealtime
  • Trying a different kind of food, such as canned food if you normally feed your dog dry food
  • Changing your dog’s feeding situation. If you normally feed your pet with other animals, try feeding him alone. Or try using different bowls or plates at different heights to see what your dog prefers. (You might even put a few pieces of food on the floor next to the feeding dish.)

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