Our way of life are so complicated, all of us work too many hours each week, are certainly not at home nearly as much as we’d like to be it just seemed to always be in such a hurry. Not only does this lifestyle add a lot more stress in our daily life but our pets are affected too. Just putting out a bowl of food for them early in the morning as we had out the door to work, or feeding them really late after we’ve come home from a long day, can over time, cause them weight gain, diabetes or stomach disorders. If only our way of life were simpler we’d be able to give them their food at more appropriate times throughout the day. Though swapping their food bowl with a Automatic pet food dispenser is a great way to remedy this concern.

Regardless of whether you have a small, medium or even a large pet there is a automatic pet food dispenser developed for them. Most electronic dispensers have a feeding bowl, programmable digital clock and a container for storage. Simply fill the unit with dry pet food (it is not suggested to use moist pet food), set the programmable digital clock to feed your pet once, twice or multiple times throughout the day, and program the desired amount of dried food that will be dispensed at every meal. The unit will do all the rest of the work. At it’s predetermined programmed time the dispenser will turn on and release the correct volume of food into the feed bowl.

Small automatic timed pet food dispensers are made for all pets that weigh just under ten pounds, and most units can hold up to 5 pounds of dry food. Medium dispensers are the right size for dogs weighing more than 10 pounds but just under twenty five. Their food hoppers can typically hold up to 10 pounds of dried food. The large programmed timed pet food dispensers are made for pets that weigh more than 25 pounds. The large dispensers are capable of containing up to 20 pounds of dry dog food.

Most automated pet feeders have the ability to give your pet smaller servings of food through out the day which is well-suited to those dogs which might be diabetic, have stomach eating disorders or are getting older and have a slower metabolism.

Once you’ve set the dispenser up, programmed the time or times of day your pet will be fed, along with how much food is to be dispensed into the bowl and filled the food hopper, you should monitor it at least once on a day off from work to make sure it’s performing as you programmed it to. When you are assured it is working correctly it then will be fixed to feed your pet at the appropriate time every day of every week of every month, relieving stress that you don’t have to run home to give them dinner.

Having a pet food dispenser with timer can be a smart option for the sake of your dog. Consuming the ideal proportion size meal several times during the day is much better for your pet then having a big meal at either the start or the ending of the day.

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