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Can anyone recommend a good brand of heated dog bowls?

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Wal-Mart carries a heated bowl manufactured by Farm Innovators. It is relatively inexpensive, has an anti-chew cord protector and a built in thermostat. I will send you the link for this product; however you may want to do a little comparison shopping of your own.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Farm-Innovators-Heated-Pet-Bowl-1-Quart-Blue-Birds/14660238#Item+Description

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What are the benefits of using an elevated dog bowl?


There are plenty of benefits for using elevated bowls for dogs:
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  • Elevated bowls allow for better digestion because they minimize the amount of air that dogs swallow when they chew their food.
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http://www.pet-dog-cat-supply-store.com/shop/index.php?page=shop-flypage-2275

http://www.pet-dog-cat-supply-store.com/shop/index.php?page=shop-flypage-28837

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Why would someone use a heated pet bowl?


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What type of dog bowl is best suited for an older dog?


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