How To Make Your Dog’s Meal Time Nutritious – And Fun
Kris Rotonda’s interest in his dogs’ meal-time habits inspired him to develop a creation he calls the PupPot (www.puppot.com), a cooking, serving and storage system for preparing homemade doggie meals. He has three dogs – Coco, Kobe and Jordan – that he gives home-cooked meals as a special treat. “I started cooking for them because I think it’s a healthier way to go for meals,” Rotonda says.
This product is endorsed by Dr. Jena Questen, DVM, CertAqV, a renowned veterinarian and the first and only Animal Life Coach who says, “As a holistic veterinarian dedicated to helping enhance the health and well-being of all animals, I am concerned about the possible effects from feeding dogs a steady diet of processed, commercial foods. The PupPot is the perfect option for people who are concerned about the health, happiness and longevity of their dogs and want to cook for them. It has everything you need in one convenient package.”
The PupPot package ($59.99 value) includes:
• Two-handled, 3.8 qt. premium-quality, stainless steel pot w/ vented glass cover
• Paw-shaped, high-quality plastic serving base which can also be used as a water bowl
• Two collapsible, dishwasher and microwave-safe silicone serving and storage bowls with spill-proof, clip-on lids
• Downloadable, e-Cookbook of easy-to-follow stovetop recipes