I have been here about a month now. I enjoy writing about dog training and have tried a couple of other subjects. On reflection Some of my product reviews are rubbish and due to be deleted but i decided to have a go at doing one properly, "DOG FOOD BOWLS".
Please let me know what you think about this hub even if you have no interest in dog food bowls
Thanks in advance
Hey Aiden! I would get rid of the first two sentences though, and start right off with "Dogs, especially puppies', health depends..." I would also put some Amazon ads right at the very beginning of the hub. If you're trying to sell product, you don't need the Google ads up top there. Don't go overboard, but just slap a few up.
I like the way that you have clearly pointed out the benefits of each of the different bowls. Nice job!
Well I would have to say that Dog Bowls should be as popular to your client base as much as a very popular hub I read the other day called: Pigeon Hats A Gift for the Favorite Bird in Your Life!
Imagine..... Telling your GrandKids how you made your millions out of Pigeon Hats
Good Luck to your family mate!
I think the hub is informative, well-written. I agree with lrohner that the first paragraph isn't really necessary. Dive right into it with your info, "Dogs, especially puppies.."
wow, some of those dog food bowls are amazing. you bring up good points that many of us wouldn't think about. now, I'm looking at my dog's bowl and wondering. I've noticed my son's pup (big) which is being crate trained often sits when he's eating. I've never seen a dog sit while eating? he was rescued from near death beside the road and had a leg injury, but now is recovered.
is it normal?
Thanks for the advice.
It isn't really normal for a dog to sit down to eat and I would imagine it would be very difficult to do unless his food was elevated off the floor.
Obviously if this is as a result of his injury then it is understandable but I would encourage him to feed standing up not least to aid his digestion.
I am assuming his food is of the floor, i would suggest a little higher to encourage him to stand up, if he doesn't eat or seems in any discomfort put it back down so he can eat as normal, maybe ask your local vet for an opinion. At the end of the day if he is happy and has no digestive problems then as long as he eats I guess that the poor fella has been through enough so let him be.
Just a further thought on this roblem, if he is sitting down and his food is on the floor, he could be putting a strain on his neck and back, if his food is up high and he is sitting down, try it on the floor to see if he still sits down. If he stands to eat that way maybe that's the way forward, lower the bowl.
Hope this helps and make a little bit of sense .
Hi Aiden, I like the article but I would say include your related articles and dog resources at the end of the article right under dog food bowls, so that people will see your articles and resources. Most people will not look at the very end and look at your related articles unless it is right above comments. This has helped me.. Use "Dog Food Bowl Related Articles" instead of "more of my articles" and place the dog resources next to it. I hope this helps your articles and Welcome to HP..
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