We love letting our two chocolate Labradors run around in the backyard at home. They get to explore in the fresh air and sunshine while we get some housework done. However, their outdoor food and water bowls usually attract insects, especially ants. In addition to the dogs consuming the ants, cleaning the bowls is a major pain. But with the Eureka Bowl, ants are no longer a problem.
Thanks to an incredibly smart design, the Eureka Bowl stops ants from reaching your pet’s food and water. Amazingly, all you need to do is add water.
Made of durable plastic, the Eureka Bowl has a unique construction to keep the ants out. Inside the outer border is an internal bowl with a reservoir around it. Simply fill the reservoir with water to keep the ants away. This water acts just like a moat around a castle; any ants are stopped in their tracks and will not reach your pet’s food.
The water reservoir of the Eureka Bowl also doubles as your dog’s water bowl. The food portion can hold up to 16 ounces of dry food or 35 ounces of wet food while the reservoir has a capacity of 2.5 liters. You can also add in a stainless steel bowl if you prefer which fits 10 ounces of dry food or 22 ounces of wet food. Your dog will love having everything in one single place and it makes clean up a cinch.
The extra strong plastic used for the Eureka Bowl is BPA-free and hygienically approved for even human use.Click to tweet
Even the most enthusiastic dogs won’t be able to break the Eureka Bowl as they eat. Despite its rock solid construction, the Eureka Bowl remains lightweight and measures just 39cm long so it’s ideal for taking on camping or hiking trips or even a weekend away.
Perfect for dogs and cats or any other pets who love playing outside, the Eureka Bowl comes in your choice of green, red, orange, or blue. You can also add in the stainless steel bowl for either smaller amounts of food or easier cleaning.
Currently live on Indiegogo for two more months, you can pick up your own Eureka Bowl for the super early bird price of just $15 or with the stainless steel bowl for $20. Only one question remains: which color does your pet prefer?