Give your outdoor dog a source of ice-free water in the middle of winter. This stainless steel version of our Ice-Free Heated Dog Bowls is a must for every dog that spends time outdoors in winter. Stainless Steel Thermal Bowl will not harbor bacteria, does not stain, will not absorb smells, and is easy to clean and disinfect. Large, 3.75 quart (120-ounce) bowl uses only 25 watts to keep water from freezing, even at sub-zero temperatures (down to -20ºF).
Includes a 5.5 ft steel wrapped cord that plugs into any 120V outlet. MET listed. One-year warranty.
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Stainless Steel Thermal Dog Bowl
Tips for Cold-Weather Outdoor Dogs
||13" dia. x 3.75" high
||40ºF and under
||Down to -20ºF
Pets that are outside in cold weather need extra calories to keep warm. When the temperatures dip below freezing, you may need to increase calories by as much as 30%, depending on the pet and its housing conditions.
Shivering is a sign your pet is too cold and indicates the start of hypothermia. If you notice your pet shivering, you should slowly warm him until signs of hypothermia are gone.
Provide your pet with fresh, unfrozen water at all times when outdoors in cold weather. Use heated buckets or bowls to prevent water from freezing.
Outdoor winter housing
Make sure doghouses are not too large. A correctly-sized doghouse should allow your dog to comfortably lie down and that is all. A doghouse that is too large will not provide proper insulation to keep your dog warm and frostbite on tails and tips of ears can occur in severely cold weather. Preferably, the doghouse will be placed on top of styrofoam insulation and the dog will have a mat or bed inside the doghouse. Better still, try locating the doghouse inside a shed, garage or barn.