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The K&H Thermal Heated Dog Bowl keeps outdoor water available in cold weather.
September 29, 2011 6:22 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
If your pets spend part of the time outdoors all year long, in all types of weather, keeping them hydrated can be a challenge — especially when the temperatures dip below zero and bowls freeze over. And while monitoring bowls to make sure that the water is still fresh is one solution, owners can also save time and energy with the convenient K&H Thermal Heated Dog Bowl.
Controlled with its own thermostat, this nifty contraption ensures that water is available after romps in the snow. And with the K&H Thermal Heated Dog Bowl, owners can also feel more confident that pets will not seek out unsafe sources of water during the colder months when they’re outdoors. The bowl is also ideal for those animal lovers who like to keep a fresh bowl of H2O in the yard for stray cats who may pass through the neighborhood seeking hydration when the temperature gets low.
Owners will also appreciate the safety features of the K&H Thermal Heated Dog Bowl, such as a steel-wrapped cord for greater protection. And the electrical system that heats the bowl is sealed inside to help prevent against mishaps.
The K&H Thermal Heated Dog Bowl uses low wattage to keep your energy bills in check. However, pet owners who live in true tundra-style climates may find that the bowl’s power can’t keep up with the demands of an Arctic-like landscape. But perhaps that’s a sign that it’s time for the pets to come inside anyway. But in the meantime, help them enjoy a fresh drink with this handy bowl.
Pros: Helps to keep pets hydrated during cold weather; includes safety features.
Cons: May not stand up to the harshest winter climates.
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