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Whether it’s , feeding puppy food to the puppy while keeping the adult dog on her regular diet or giving a for kidney disease to one cat and a therapeutic diet for to another, feeding pets becomes more challenging in a multi-pet household. Here are some ideas on how to manage the “many mouths, many menus” problem in your house. As always, though, before making any dietary changes, check in with your veterinarian:

Learn how to create this simple multiple-dog elevated feeder that will look fabulous in your home, and keep your dog dishes neat and tidy.
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Feed and Go smart automatic pet feeder is as innovative as it is functional. 6 easy to clean trays can dispense food for multiple days and clean up is a breeze (dishwasher safe!). The design is incredibly modern and unique compared to most other automatic pet feeders on the market. The low profile prevents dogs from knocking it over and potentially breaking it in order to access the food. Feed and Go’s air-tight compartment also keeps food fresh, including both dry or wet food. Even better, there is a built-in webcam and voice recorder so you can check in on your cat or dog to ensure they ate the food. Feed and Go is without a doubt, our favorite automatic dog feeder (also great for cats too!). Learn how to create this simple multiple-dog elevated feeder that will look fabulous in your home, and keep your dog dishes neat and tidy.
Photo provided by FlickrLearn how to create this simple multiple-dog elevated feeder that will look fabulous in your home, and keep your dog dishes neat and tidy.
Photo provided by FlickrOwner's know feeding time in a multi-cat and/or multi-dog household is a circus
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Automatic pet feeders have become increasingly popular over the last few months for very good reasons. Most pet owners have to worry about leaving them home alone for long periods throughout the day, or even getting anxiety when running late at work. Similar to , the advancement in technology now provides pet parents with ease of mind by being able to feed your pets automatically, either by timer or from your smartphone. But it isn’t just for convenience; automatic pet feeders can help prevent bloat (Gastric dilatation volvulus) in dogs by enabling pet parents to schedule multiple feedings of smaller food quantities. The combination of convenience and dietary management makes automatic dog feeders incredible additions to your household. Take a look at our recommendations for the best automatic cat feeder and automatic dog feeder:
An innovative feeder from Wireless Whiskers® is a high tech solution to the problem of feeding multiple pets that will preserve the sanity of pet owners. The feeder works by attaching a wireless tag to each pets’ collar. Whenever a pet approaches it is recognized by name. You decide which pets can use the feeder, how much food and how frequently. If you would like to lock the dog out of the cat’s food - no problem! Furthermore greedy cats cannot hog all the food because the feeder ensures each pet receives only its intended allowance and there are no left overs to be eaten by arbitrary animals.
This automatic pet feeder by completely revolutionized feeding for households with multiple pets. Whether you have dogs or cats, the SureFeed Microchip Pet Feeder ensures that only the intended pet eats out of the bowl by using RFID chip technology. This automatic pet feeder actually scans the microchip already inside your pet and opens the lid of the food when they approach. This prevents other pets from stealing their food and helps control diet and nutrition. If your pet isn’t microchipped, no problem! The pet feeder comes with an RFID collar tag which works exactly the same – simply attach it to your cat or dog’s collar. Check out our full review for more details and see why we fully recommend the SureFeed pet feeder.In homes with multiple dogs, free feeding can make it nearly impossible to monitor each individual dog’s daily intake. It can also create situations where more assertive dogs are allowed to intimidate housemates into surrendering their portions. This often happens without the owners realizing. They may not intervene until the problem has persisted long enough that it’s noticeable due to a change in the dog’s weight. The longer a dog rehearses an unwanted behavior, the more challenging it can be to modify.