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Pet Feeder Single Acacia Wood Live Edge – AmeriHome
Acacia Wood Live Edge Pet Feeder
Acacia wood is highly durable and resistant to wear and tear
With Removable Stainless Steel Bowl
Bowl holds approx. 48 ounces
300 in stock
Acacia Wood Live Edge Single Pet Feeder
1 Removable Stainless Steel Bowl
Bowl Size: 7″ W x 7″ W x 3″D
Bowl Holds Approx. 48 ounces
Stand Size: 13.5″D x 12″D x 10.25″H
Top Thickness: 1.5″
Leg Thickness: 1.5″ x 1.5″
Item # AWLSPF
Acacia wood is a popular material used in furniture, flooring, and various other applications. Here’s some information about Acacia wood:
- Acacia wood comes from the acacia tree, which is native to several regions around the world. I appreciate its durability, hardness, and attractive grain patterns.
- Acacia wood is highly durable and resistant to wear and tear. It has a high density, making it resistant to scratches, dents, and water damage.
- Acacia wood has a distinctive grain pattern, which adds to its visual appeal. I really love how rich-looking it is.
- Acacia wood is versatile and used in various applications. It is commonly used to make furniture such as tables, chairs, cabinets, and bed frames. Above all, it is durable and long lasting.
- Acacia trees grow relatively quickly compared to other hardwood trees, making them a more sustainable option.
- Acacia wood is relatively low maintenance. Regular dusting and occasional polishing with a suitable wood cleaner will help maintain its appearance.
Here are my tips for feeding your pet. First, provide fresh water. I know how important it is to ensure my dog has access to fresh and clean water. I say it all the time, but remember that hydration is key for their overall health and proper bodily functions! Second, most adult dogs do well with two meals a day, while puppies may require more frequent feedings. So I always watch how much they eat. Finally, I always follow the feeding guidelines provided on the dog food packaging. Adjust the portion sizes based on your dog’s age, weight, activity level, and overall condition. I’m no veterinarian, but I know that overfeeding can lead to weight gain. With this in mind, I try to avoid serious health issues that can cause nutritional deficiencies. Without a doubt, I avoid feeding my dog human food. This can lead to digestive issues.