Clean Bowls Please

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Hello everyone, CEO Olivia here. Have you ever rubbed your fingers on the inside of your good dog’s water bowl & feel a slippery slime? Well that slime is called Biofilm which is a collection of organic &/or inorganic materials that has collected on the surface. It is made up of many different types of bacteria bound together in a thick substance that acts as a glue to both hold the bacteria together & adhere it to a surface. It provides a safe haven for dangerous organisms such as Listeria & E. coli.

A dirty water bowl can lead to dental, urinary tract & bladder infections so they need to be cleaned daily with soap & water. The same goes for the food bowl. They too need to be washed daily as they will also get a biofilm build up. Look at it this way, would you eat off the same uncleaned bowl day after day. Of course not.

It just takes a few minutes to clean a bowl & you might be saving yourself a large vet bill or worse, your good dog could become seriously ill or even die. Cleanliness is next to doggliness. BOL!

3 bum swings! 3 more!

CEO Olivia โค

 

4 thoughts on “Clean Bowls Please

  1. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚
    Even though we all (except for huMom ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) prefer to drink from my pigbro GG aka Puff Piggy G’s enormous flat bowls, when we see any water bowl being freshened & yes huMom cleans the bowls ๐Ÿ˜‰ ; we run over to see what’s in it. Are we disappointed that she didn’t fill it with food or treats? Yes, but we still feel as long as we’re here may as well drink.

    Nose nudges,
    CEO Olivia

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