"The Original Greedy Dog Bowl"

The first and best
Anti bloat bowl
Anti gulp bowl
Slow feed time bowl

That stops dogs bolting food. Aids digestion. Reduces the risk of gastric disorders.

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ARE YOU POISENING YOUR DOG OR CAT WITH PLASTIC FEED BOWLS ?


IS THERE SUCH A THING AS SAFE PLASTIC

All plastics contain huge amounts of chemicals, most of it is a by product of petrochemicals.
Have you ever wondered why, when you open a new sealed plastic product it stinks! This is the release of thousands of toxic gases that make up plastic, the smell may die off, but these toxic chemicals continuously leach out of the plastic for the life time of the product.

 

BISPHENOL or BPA

This chemical is a synthetic oestrogen, and is commonly used in every day products!
In clinical studies, it has been shown that BPA can migrate into food, be carcinogenic and is an endocrine disruptor. Many countries have, or are going to ban this chemical in babies’ bottles and toys etc.

 

KNOWN EFFECTS IN ANIMALS

Chromosomal and reproductive abnormalities, impaired brain and neurological function, cardiovascular damage, risk of mammary cancers, erectile dysfunction, obesity etc etc
In clinical trails it was reported that even BPA FREE products still contained oestrogenic activity.

 

PVC (poly vinyl chloride)

This chemical is one of the most toxic man made chemicals there is, it’s everywhere!
It is mixed with other toxic plasticizers and phthalates to soften and make rigid plastic more pliable.

 

KNOWN EFFECTS IN ANIMALS

Hormonal imbalance, reproductive and developmental problems, allergies, numerous cancers (including brain and liver) hardening of the arteries, immune dysfunctions, endometriosis, etc.etc

 

PHTHALATES AND PLASICIZERS

These chemicals are constantly leaching as they do not bond to the other plastics in which they are mixed with, meaning, air, food and liquid is constantly being contaminated with these toxic chemicals, the older the product, the more the chemicals leach. These chemicals are also easily absorbed through the skin,

 

KNOWN EFFECTS IN ANIMALS

Endocrine disruptor, impaired sperm quality, abnormalities to male gender, testicular cancer, metabolic disruptor, alteration in thyroid function etc etc

These are to name but a few of the toxic chemicals that are used in plastic; the list is endless as are the awful known effects. Also when the product is scratched, damaged or heated, this will increase the release of chemicals (so even more will be absorbed by your pet).
Plastic also traps bacteria; in laboratory test it has been proved that bacteria are still present even when washed in the dishwasher. So if you are going to offer your pet, food or water in a plastic bowl, bear in mind your pet licks and laps from a bowl and will be more susceptible to ingesting these chemicals.

 

NOTE YOUR LEGAL DUTY, UNDER THE ANIMAL WELFARE ACT it states---------
All pet owners have a legal duty to protect their pets from pain, suffering, injury and disease, and to protect your pet from coming into contact with poisonous substances, it also states that you should ensure that your PETS WATER/FOOD CAN NOT BE CONTAMINATED!!!!!
YOU HAVE A CHOICE, DOES YOUR PET, CHOOSE WISELY. CHOOSE A GOBBLENOT
THE ORIGINAL GREEDY DOG BOWL. TESTED AND APPROVED NON TOXIC. Because I care!

Copyright Nicola Cardy 2012.


Slopnot

The Gobblenot also serves brilliantly as a Slopnot, for those dogs that that turn your kitchen into a swimming pool after drinking.

Due to the raised knobbles and small pockets, dogs have to lap gently between the pockets and the knobbles keep their faces out of the bowl, so great gulps and cheekfulls of water can not be obtained and then slopped out all over your floor.

So if you have a greedy dog that also sucks up water like an elephant you can kill two birds with one stone.

The Slopnot holds 1 3/4 pints to just under the knobbles leaving a 2.5 cm gap to the top, it is best to leave this gap so the knobbles protrude the water, but a further 1/2 pint could be added if needed.

 

Voted Best Performer in Your Dog Magazine October Issue

 

I THOUGHT I BOUGHT A DOG

I thought I bought a dog
Is there a zip I haven't seen
For I am sure I have a pig in there
Or something in between
Maybe there are some batteries
Or somewhere for a plug
Or a switch to slow down eating
To a pace more like a slug
That snout is like a hoover
Just sucking up food
Then she makes it reappear
Just to put me in a mood
I rack my brains for what to do
Then I came up with a plot
I designed a bowl with lumps and bumps
And Called it Gobblenot.

E-mail: sales@gobblenot.com


Contact Details

For orders or more information, please call or email :

Nicola Cardy
Woodfield Springs
Boarding Kennels
Hog Lane
Ashley Green
Chesham
Buckinghamshire
HP5 3NX

Telephone: 01442 865408

E-mail: sales@gobblenot.com