Anyone with a Pug knows the challenges of keeping your dog on a regular feeding schedule. Pugs love food and will do anything to get it. With that cute face, how can you resist?? The sad fact is we have to tell our Pugs no, even when they give us those sad eyes, for their own good. Pugs are very likely to become overweight which will affect their health in adverse ways. You dog could develop diabetes, heart problems or joint issues. Pugs require between 40-50 calories per pound, depending on their age. The best way to make sure they get the right amount of dog food is to use My Pet Pail.

Due to the ingenuity of My Pet Pail it’s ideal to use as your daily in-home dog dish. The dog bowls are just the right size to ensure you aren’t overfeeding your Pug. Plus, with the pedestal style design, your small dog won’t have to bend over to get his food and water. The pet pail is a travel necessity when taking your little guy on a trip too. Just pack up your dog’s food and water in the spill prof containers and you’re off for an adventure. If you feed your Pug wet food no problem, the pet pail was specially designed to fit canned food too! The Pet Pail even comes with a collar that will easily adjust to fit your Pug. So, whether you are at home or on the road you will find caring for your dog much easier with My Pet Pail.

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My Pet Pail Breed Spotlight – The Dachshund

Dachshunds are one of the most popular small breed dogs, and for good reason. Ask any Dachshund owner and they’ll tell you how much joy these dogs bring to their lives. These little guys are extremely charming, full of energy, and have a great personality. Let’s take...

Can Dogs and Cats Get Along?

If you have a dog household and are thinking about getting a cat, or vice-versa, there are some things you need to know first. While cat and dogs can and do live together harmoniously, they can have very different personalities, and throwing them together without any...

My Pet Pail Spotlight: The American Shorthair Cat

The American Shorthair breed originated with early North American settlers who brought cats from Europe to help protect cargo from rodents. Later, in the early 20th century, the cat know today as the American Shorthair was bred to have certain characteristics. The...

Camping With Your Dog

Dogs love the outdoors, it’s primal. One way you can help your dog to escape to the outdoors is taking them camping. Your dog will be elated by this experience and it will be sure to bring the two of you closer. Before heading out on your next camping adventure, here...

Guide to a Dog Friendly Backyard

No matter what size of dog you have they all seem to love one thing. Running. Dogs are naturally curious creatures and they love running to and fro finding new things to dig up or play with. But if we’re not careful enough then our pets can get into...

Breed Spotlight: The Shih Tzu

It's time for another Breed Spotlight! Let's take a look at the infamous Shih Tzu dog breed. Did you know the owners of My Pet Pail have two Shih Tzus named Isabella and Lola? They are both well loved and eat like Queens with raw feeding! The Shih Tzu is a very old...

Pack for Success – Tips + Tricks

You just ordered your original My Pet Pail. Now what? I'm here to tell you my top tricks and tips for getting the most use out of your multi-use pet lunchbox! Tip 1 - Home Feeder Get everyday use out of your My Pet Pail by using it as an innovative home feeder for...

Grooming Your Pet

Brushing. Brushing your pet is one of the easiest things your can do for your pet. It’s important to brush your pet a minimum of three times a week to help them shed excess fur and remove dead skin. Make sure your brush, or comb, reaches all the way to your pets’ skin...

My Pet Pail is Perfect for Traveling with Furry Felines

Traveling with cats requires a bit of planning, but with these simple tips you’ll find the experience joyful. First, always make sure your cat is in good health before taking any trip. Added stress from traveling can make an already ailing cat much worse. Second, make...

Games to Cure Doggie Boredom

Dogs need stimulation and sometimes just walking them isn’t enough to calm their curious minds. Here are some simple games you can do with your pup in and around your house to keep them happy. Hide and Seek. Most dogs love searching, and what better reward for them...

My Pet Pail: Dog Dish, Dog Collar, Doggy Bag Dispenser, and More, in One!

  Your days of lugging around cumbersome backpacks when traveling with pets are over. My Pet Pail is your all-in-one solution to the complication of pet traveling! My Pet Pail is like the Swiss army knife of pet products: it is sealed food/water dish, a doggy bag...

My Pet Pail Perfect Dish for Trips to the Dog Park

Who doesn’t love a fun trip to the dog park with their pet? These trips are a great way for your dog to be social with other animals, as well as get the exercise they need. Keeping your dog fed and hydrated during these trips is crucial; however, doing so often proves difficult or messy. And those public dog fountains at the parks? Disgusting!

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