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Q: Where can I buy Enjoy-A-Bowl?
Dr. Owens Answers:
St. Rose Animal Urgent Care: 3255 St. Rose Parkway Ste 170, Henderson Nv 89052
Valle Verde Animal Hospital: 693 N. Valle Verde Drive, Henderson Nv 89014
Las Vegas Animal Emergency Hospital: 5231 West Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas Nv 89146
Q: How much does Enjoy-A-Bowl cost?
Dr. Owens Answers:
Medium Bowl $24.99!!! All Colors shown are available!!
Q: My pet loves human food. Why shouldn’t he share my food?
Dr. Owens Answers:
Most human food is bad for your pet. Some is downright dangerous. Common flavorings in something like pizza or even baby food (onions and garlic) can destroy a pet’s red blood cells, leading to anemia. Skip the doggie bag when you’re out to eat. Meat fat and bones – both cooked and uncooked – can cause pancreatitis. And, although it seems natural to give your dog a bone, they can splinter and cause obstructions or lacerations.

  • Salt. It’s everywhere in human food. It’s bad for your pet and can cause depression, tremors, and seizures or even death.
  • Sugar. Bad for you, bad for your pet for the same reasons: dental problems and diabetes.
  • Raw Meat and Fish – just like raw eggs are bad for your pet. They can contain bacteria that causes food poisoning. Certain kinds of fish (salmon, trout, shad, or sturgeon) can contain a parasite that can be fatal within two weeks.
  • Caffeine – found in chocolate, colas and more can be fatal and there is no antidote. Chocolate also contains theobromine – and yes that includes white chocolate, unsweetened baking chocolate, and any other kind of chocolate.
  • Grapes and Raisins can cause kidney failure.
  • Ice Cream and other dairy products can cause diarrhea and other digestive upsets.
  • Nuts – especially macadamia nuts can be fatal. As few as 6 nuts can kill your pet.
  • Alcohol – Some people think it’s “cute” to give their pets alcohol. Beer, liquor, wine, foods containing alcohol — none of it’s good. That’s because alcohol has the same effect on a dog’s liver and brain that it has on humans. But it takes far less to do its damage. Just a little can cause vomiting, diarrhea, central nervous system depression, problems with coordination, difficulty breathing, coma, even death. And the smaller the dog, the greater the effect.
Q: Can’t I give my dog any human treat?
Dr. Owens Answers:
If you are ensuring that your pet is eating a nutritious diet of quality pet food, an occasional – that’s OCCASIONAL – treat of apples, oranges, bananas, watermelon, is ok, just remember to remove any seeds or pits is ok. You can also give them cooked sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and oatmeal in limited amounts.
Q: My dog won’t eat while being boarded or with a pet sitter, will this help?
Dr. Owens Answers:
Absolutely! Separation anxiety is a huge issue with pets, and refusing to eat is how they tell us they are feeling insecure or lonely. Enjoy-A-Bowl will help your pet resume a healthy eating pattern, even if you have to be apart from them. This is also a great tool for welcoming a rescued pet, and transitioning pets who have been “spoiled” with a human food diet back to healthy food that can literally save their lives.
Q: My cat just seems “bored” with her food. Is that even possible?
Dr. Owens Answers:
Of course it is! Cats AND dogs get tired of the same food every day. Just vary the type of aromatic human food you put in the lower portion of the Enjoy-A-Bowl and watch them “clean their plate.”
Q: Can I put Enjoy-A-Bowl in the dishwasher?
Dr. Owens Answers:
Yes you can or you can just rinse it and wash with a mild detergent to prevent scent accumulation.! It’s important that after your pet has finished eating their healthy food, you pick up the bowl and rinse it. If you leave the bowl where the pet can access it, they are so clever (and often determined) they COULD chew at the bowl to get at the remaining human food. It is a good habit – no matter what you’re using to feed your pet – that you always remove access to food after established feeding times. Just as you wouldn’t leave dirty plates or leftovers on the family table after a meal, you shouldn’t leave Enjoy-A-Bowl on the floor after your pet has eaten.

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