Mealtime can be a stressful time for busy pet parents.
It’s a problem that’s all too familiar: the frustration that comes with trying to successfully follow your veterinarian’s weight and wellness recommendations in a house full of pets who all have different food needs.
Turf battles and food stealing are common problems for people with multiple pets. To feed individual diets, you have to closely monitor your pets at mealtime, which is inconvenient, stressful, chaotic… and ultimately just plain ineffective.
Making sure each pet gets the right food in the right amount.
The problem becomes even more frustrating if your veterinarian has recommended a special or prescription diet for one or more of your pets. Separating them at mealtimes or feeding certain pets on the counter are options, but they are far from ideal and can add a lot more stress to everyday life in a busy household.
Reducing the health risks that affect overweight pets.
Nearly 100 million pets in the U.S. are overweight or obese. And those extra pounds not only lead to costly health risks—like diabetes, arthritis, and respiratory diseases—they can also shorten a pet’s life by up to 2.5 years.1,2
This is why it’s so important to follow your veterinarian’s advice for reaching and maintaining an optimal weight. But that’s not always easy with pets who need different diets and different amounts of food at different times of day in order to be healthy and fit.
The PortionPro Rx™ helps make feeding your pets easier.
This veterinarian-prescribed, intelligent feeder is the key to easing your frustrations by automatically controlling both the amount of food AND your pet’s ability to access it.
- Makes mealtime less stressful
- Takes the feeding burden off of your shoulders
- Ensures each pet gets the right amount of the right food at the right time
The PortionPro Rx can help you more easily get your pet to a healthier weight and keep him there. And, even if your pet isn’t overweight yet, the PortionPro Rx can help ensure a lifetime of health and wellness.
- Association for Pet Obesity Prevention website. Accessed July 21, 2017.
- Banfield Pet Hospital. State of Pet Health Report.. Accessed July 5, 2017.