Finally! An easy and convenient way to control pet food serving sizes!PopWare is concerned about pet health. The obesity trend in today's pets is alarming; too many pets are overweight and overfed.
|Scoop and measure your food in one step!|
To help owners manage the pet obesity problem, PopWare has developed the KlipScoop! The KlipScoop is a collapsible 3-in-1 tool. It serves as a food scoop, measuring cup, and bag clip. With KlipScoop, the food is measured as your human scoops it from the bag.
|Pawsonally, I think it could have a fourth use - food bowl! (Well, the human would need to hold it steady for the pet to eat out of it. BOL!) Who wants to wait for their human to pour it into their regular bowl? The sooner the better - right? BOL!|
Are you ready for a little reality check?
Pet obesity graphic produced by Matt Beswick for Pet365. Click here to view the full post.
Overeating isn't the animal's fault; overfeeding is the human's fault.
Here are a couple of tips for human pet owners:
1. If your pet is spayed or neutered, and not very active; use the smallest recommended amount on the bag (for your pet's size), and divide it in half. Doing so will give you a more appropriate amount to feed your pet.
2. When you give your pet treats, feed it a little less food to balance the total calories.
|Use the clip part of the KlipScoop to close your food, and keep it fresh.|
(Mom also stores my bag in an airtight container, because it takes me a long time to eat a whole bag of food.)
|Half cup size KlipScoop (opened)|
|One cup size KlipScoop (opened)|
KlipScoop is simple and easy to use. It is conveniently clipped to the bag, so there is no need to go looking in every drawer for it. It collapses, so it isn't bulky. It is even dishwasher safe. They can't make it any easier than that!
PopWare is also known for the collapsible travel bowl (with bottle holder), like the one on my water bottle.
|KlipScoop display in the PopWare booth at Global Pet Expo 2013.|
How much food do you get per meal? Is it measured? How many meals per day? Do you get extra treats? Does your human really know how much you are eating?
|I have an extra purple travel cup (without bottle holder). It was a gift from the PopWare (http://store.dexas.com/) booth at Global Pet Expo.|