Animals

Being Treated Like Queens

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I honestly, have felt sorry for our dogs that have to bend so far down to drink their water or eat their food.  Yes, really.  But think about it.  When we get old we don't bend as well as we used to, and I am sure they don't either.  Watching my boy Hoss grow old was when I realized just how hard it must be for him. 

So, when I saw the Neater Feeder come on with a "too good to be true" deal I had to order one.

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See how it is raised up! Isn't that cool?

This is even cooler, check this out!

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The best feature, especially when you have dogs that drip and drop their food and water, is the little tray that lets the spills drain to the bottom and catches the food. 

I just wish I would have taken photos of how much water used to be on our floor after Pepper would take a drink.  She would get more on the floor than she got in her mouth.  Abby tends to get a mouthful of food and then walks away, dropping food as she goes.  So far, this Neater Feeder has kept our floor a bit drier (not completely though) and less food to be stepped on.

I promise you and your babies pets will love it!

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5 Comments

  • Reply Karmyn R May 19, 2012 at 10:01 am

    Now I feel guilty. I make my 15 year old Zeus still bend over to eat –

  • Reply Pamela May 19, 2012 at 1:01 pm

    Karmyn better fix that right now. That is really a nice utensil. Especially keeping the food from splattering all around.

  • Reply Cynthia D'Alba May 19, 2012 at 1:15 pm

    I love it! Our retriever drips water EVERYWHERE! Luckily we have a rock floor in front of our rock fireplace. We put the water bowl there and the water (most of it) lands on the rocks. In the motorhome, it’s a HUGE problem.
    My two queens think the world revolves them and their needs…in the yard, back into the house, in the yard, back into the yard, etc etc etc. Sigh. I’m here to do their bidding

  • Reply Nola T. May 20, 2012 at 10:49 am

    I got one of these over a year ago, on one of the shopping networks, usually do not watch,but was flicking the remote around and came upon this. I have little dry food bits everywhere from Dusty my big, tall kitty (he is 13) this is so helpfull, ours is not that tall. I have seen them in Pet stores now. By the way, we have a bigger water bowl in the one side, just tried several till I found a bowl from the cupboard that would cuddle in that hole.

  • Reply Weekend Cowgirl May 21, 2012 at 4:31 pm

    Love this feeder!! Looks so clean and tidy…

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