Steel Dog Bowls Benefits – Veterinarian Expert Recommendation Report Released

Canine blog site Team Doggie released a new report that discusses the pros and cons of various types of dog bowl materials, including stainless steel, plastic, ceramic, and bamboo.

Team Doggie, an online blog that covers topics related to canine health and training, has released a new report to help owners choose the correct food and water bowls for their dogs. The piece discusses a range of factors that one must consider when selecting a dog bowl, including its material, depth, and size.

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With so many dog bowl brands on the market, owners may face difficulties finding one that is ideal for their pet’s breed and eating habits. Team Doggie’s latest report details the pros and cons of 4 different types of food and water bowls to help owners choose the best and safest one for their dog.

The article notes that when selecting a bowl, one must first consider the size of their pet. Small dogs, puppies, and breeds with a stout nose are better suited for shallow bowls, while large dogs and dogs with long features may require a deeper bowl.

In terms of material, most traditional dog bowls are produced from stainless steel, bamboo, ceramic, or plastic.

Stainless steel dog bowls are recommended by most veterinarians, pet food industry experts, and canine nutritionists. Not only are they easier for owners to maintain, but steel bowls are also the safest and most durable type of dog bowl available.

Team Doggie’s report recommends that owners looking for a more eco-friendly option try a bamboo dog bowl. Made from non-toxic, biodegradable bamboo fibers, these bowls are dishwasher safe and will not collect harmful bacteria.

While ceramic dog bowls may be a more attractive choice, they can often develop cracks, chips, and tiny pores that host bacteria. When selecting a ceramic bowl, owners should be sure they choose one with a lead-free, food-grade glaze.

Although plastic bowls are the most inexpensive option, pet owners must be careful to find a safe, BPA-free material that will not harm their dog’s digestive system.

Lastly, Team Doggie’s report suggests that canines with more specific dietary needs may be best suited to slow feeder bowls or elevated dog feeders.

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