Petmate's Ultra Heavyweight bowls are made in the U.S.A

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These Stainless Steel Dog Bowls are weighted and come equipped with a textured rubber bottom. This helps reduce noise and assists in keeping the dog bowl from sliding around during feeding time. Available in a variety of sizes, these dog bowls are forged from heavy duty stainless steel metal. Scratch resistant, easy to clean, and built to last. These traditional stainless steel dog bowls should last your pet a lifetime and have a beautiful mirror finish. The GoGo® Stainless Steel Pet Bowls are also rust resistant, making these timeless bowls perfect for either food or water.
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Petmate's Ultra Heavyweight bowls are made in the U.S.A. with 25% recycled content. The Ultra Heavyweight line of dishes feature a cool contemporary design and are treated with Microban®, which helps prevent the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria. Colors will vary between Bleached Linen, Twilight Blue, and Expresso. Shopping petkit anti-bacteria weighted dog bowls for travel self feeders for cats
Photo provided by FlickrGoGo Stainless Steel Weighted No-Skid Pet Bowls are made with only the finest quality. Designed with a special non-skid removable
Photo provided by FlickrGoGo Stainless Steel Weighted No-Skid Pet Bowls are made with only the finest quality. Designed with a special non-skid removable
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The unique design of these bowls is superior to round bowls, with stay-put rubber pads, non-tipping features, and sizes for every pet. The shape and weighted design makes these bowls difficult for dogs to carry but easy to handle while cleaning.My cat keeps moving his water dish all over the kitchen floor. Sometimes he even tips it over, spilling water all over the place. The weighted food bowls at the pet store are not heavy enough because he moves them too. Any suggestions? My hubby and I are going nuts!These Stainless Steel Dog Bowls are weighted and come equipped with a textured rubber bottom. This helps reduce noise and assists in keeping the dog bowl from sliding around during feeding time. Available in a variety of sizes, these dog bowls are forged from heavy duty stainless steel metal. Scratch resistant, easy to clean, and built to last. These traditional stainless steel dog bowls should last your pet a lifetime and have a beautiful mirror finish. The GoGo® Stainless Steel Pet Bowls are also rust resistant, making these timeless bowls perfect for either food or water.Most pet stores sell weighted water and food bowls that are much wider at the base than they are at the top. These bowls would be extremely difficult for your kitty to tip over, and might be a good investment for you to make.GoGo Stainless Steel Weighted No-Skid Pet Bowls are made with only the finest quality. Designed with a special non-skid removable rubber base to prevent sliding. But many American cats and dogs are facing some of the same dietary/fitness issues as their owners. Pet obesity is on the rise, especially when many owners keep pet bowls and feeders topped off with kibbles for their cats or dogs to graze on throughout the day. Think about it, if you worked with a plate of your favorite sandwiches on your desk, would you be able to say "no"? I'd certainly be tempted to have "just one more, don't mind if I do!".

Of course, pet owners aren't intentionally trying to overfeed their dogs or cats. We often leave a "little more" as a treat, sometimes out of guilt when we're away at work or off for a day/weekend trip without our faithful tailed companion. But in time, all those extra treats and feeding opportunities add up, and pets can exhibit some of the same health/dietary issues plaguing their bipedal counterparts. Because our pets cannot speak, they can't clearly communicate what might be ailing them...and the source of those ailments might be sourced to your feeding habits.

According to a , out of the 171 million cats and dogs we include as family in our households, an estimated 93 million US dogs and cats are overweight or obese. That's a staggering figure with even more sobering effects: