Treusinn Ceramic dog bowl – natural colour / light blue

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TREUSINN - Dog bowls

The shapely dog bowls by TREUSINN are hand turned from high-quality ceramics. Each piece is unique. They combine a modern, stylistically confident design and sophisticated ceramic art. Ideal for daily use: durable. 

Hand made at a workshop for people with special needs. Since they are made by hand, the shape and colour may vary slightly. 

Available sizes: S / Ø 14 cm, H 6 cm, M / Ø 20 cm, H 8 cm, L / Ø 24 cm, H 9 cm 
Colour: Natural colour / light blue, 100% food safe glaze 
Material: Westerwald stoneware clay 
Care: Dishwasher safe 
Extras: Silicone adhesive dots for stone floors 

About the brand  
TREUSINN is a young Munich label with the goal to produce and sell sustainable, high-quality products and accessories for pets and people, made exclusively at workshops in Germany by people with special needs. The concept is simple, with a high social added value. The founder, Simone Rosner, provides the ideas for the products and people at sheltered workshops or other facilities for rehabilitation implement the ideas by hand. All TREUSINN products are carefully handmade with a lot of devotion, making them special products of extraordinary quality and value. Developed for durability, for treating people, animals and nature with respect. The idea behind TREUSINN is not only to be economically sensible, but also to act ecologically and socially responsibly.

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Vet Hanna Stephan has some tips

A change to a new food often puts the cat owner to a hard test of patience. This is an expression of the cat's special food imprint. Their receptors "warn" them of the unknown. This instinct often makes a food change very difficult and lengthy. Alongside a species-appropriate recipe with an extremely high meat content, a few small tricks can help ease the transition.

Place a bowl with the new food alongside the old food (which the cat should continue to eat for the time being) for a few days, allowing the new smell to be incorporated within the cat’s ‘prey spectrum’. As such, the rejection or ‘fear’ of the new food will gradually be diminished until it is no longer regarded as ‘strange’.

Once the cat has got used to the new smell, small amounts of the new food can be mixed into the old food. The pace at which this is done depends on the cat concerned. The more critical the cat is by nature, the smaller the initial concentration of the new food. If the cat shows great interest in the new food or prefers it to the old food, the ‘mixing in’ process can go at a faster rate or even be skipped.

Gently warming up the new food or – depending on your cat’s preferences – adding a small amount of salt, fish oil or Parmesan for a short period can help to make the new product even more appetising.

Ensure that your cat has a quiet feeding place where they can eat and sniff their food without being disturbed. Some cats feel even happier and safer in raised feeding places.