The truth behind the dog bowls you’re hearing about is really all about the owners, not the dogs
The best way to deal with dog bowls is to keep your pet safe and well fed.
In addition, a good diet will prevent your pet from developing health problems, according to experts.
“Dog bowls are the biggest pet food scam that’s ever happened in history,” said Jason Zahn, the owner of Dog Bowls.
He has three dogs, two pit bulls and a Yorkshire terrier, all of whom have become obese and overweight due to dog bowls.
“Most of the dogs are overweight because they’re overfed and not getting the right nutrition.”
Zahn says his dogs are being fed a diet that’s made with dog bones, which he believes will cause their weight to skyrocket.
He believes that a combination of high-calorie foods and an overabundance of carbohydrates is the cause of their obesity.
“These dogs will not eat a bowl without getting a full meal of it,” Zahn told Axios.
“They’re eating too much.”
He says he has noticed the bowls in his neighborhood have been popping up all over the country.
“I’m seeing a lot more of them than I’m seeing dogs,” he said.
In some cities, such as Portland, Oregon, dog bowls have appeared in the homes of the homeless.
And in the U.K., the dog bowl craze has reached epidemic proportions.
“There’s been a real rise in the number of dogs and cats that are being brought in by the police for food,” Zahns said.
Zahn believes the increased popularity of dog bowls stems from the increasing number of pet stores, restaurants and other food-related businesses catering to the pet population.
“It’s like a game of cat and mouse, but with dogs,” Zank said.
“In a pet store, they’re selling dog bowls and there are also cat bowls.”
He also believes that the growing popularity of the dog food industry is contributing to the growing obesity epidemic.
“All the big food companies and all the big restaurant chains, they have become the ones pushing the dog to the table,” he added.
In many cases, he says, the food is made from dog bones that are too high in protein and too low in fat.
He estimates that more than 20 percent of the food sold in pet stores is dog bones.
“This is a direct result of the big marketing companies that are pushing dog food, and they’re promoting dog bowls as the healthiest thing to do,” he explained.
Zank believes that dog bowls are part of a larger trend.
“The dog bowls that are popping up are basically the products of people wanting to get their dogs into healthy eating habits,” he told Axio.
“People are buying them because they want their dogs to be healthy and well-fed, and the dog owners don’t want their dog to be sick or obese.”
Zank’s pet bowls are often sold at pet stores.
Many dog bowls also appear at pet fairs and pet stores as well.
In an effort to reduce the popularity of pet bowls, the U