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The Polar Bowl Now Available


The Polar Bowl is now available on!

Polar Bowl – The Freezer Bowl that Keeps your Pet’s Water Cold for Hours!

The Polar Bowl can be used by itself or with the Neater Feeder.

Pets love cold water! Show your furry friends you really care! Proper hydration is a critical component of your pet’s health, especially during warm weather or periods of high activity. Providing fresh, cold water is a great way to encourage your pet to drink.

Features & Benefits:
  • Double walled stainless steel freezer bowl
  • Put it in the freezer & upon removal the gel core will keep your pets water cold for hours.
  • This means your pet can enjoy fresh, cool water inside or out without ice cubes that can melt in just minutes
  • Colder water is actually healthier for your pets, because it encourages proper hydration
  • Holds 14 ounces of water
USE: Place Polar Bowl in freezer for several hours, upon removal fill with fresh cold water and let your pet enjoy! For best results, start with the coldest water possible. Length of cooling effect will vary with ambient air temperature.

CARE: Clean before freezing. Dishwasher safe.

CAUTION: If placed in dishwasher, bowl will become very hot & should be handled with care.

Bowl is made of stainless steel. Gel inside is non-toxic and freezable.

Neater Pet Brands Introduced the Polar Bowl for Pets





Neater Pet Brands Introduced the Polar Bowl for Pets at

Global Pet Expo in Orlando, Florida, March 2014 –

Polar Bowl – the simplest way to keep your pets water icy cold for hours


MALVERN, PA.—April 21, 2014—Fernando Becattini, Jr., President and CEO of Neater Pet Brands was pleased to introduce The Polar Bowl for pets at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando Florida in March.  The Polar Bowl is the easiest way to provide your furry friends with icy cold water on those hot summer days.  Simply pop the stainless steel bowl in the freezer and within hours you will be able to serve your pet an icy cold drink in his own frosty bowl.

The Polar Bowl is a double walled stainless steel bowl with a non-toxic freezable gel core center.  There are other freezer pet bowls on the market but none that are so simple and so reasonable priced.

The Polar Bowl comes in three sizes; the small Polar bowl has a 14 oz capacity  and retails for around  $9.99, the medium Polar Bowl has a 28 oz capacity and retails for around $14.99 and the large Polar Bowl has a 58 oz. capacity and will retail for around $19.99.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Polar Bowl to pet parents who want the best for their pets.  Proper hydration is critical to a pets’ health, especially during warm weather or periods of high activity.” said Becattini, Jr.   “Polar Bowls are standard bowl sizes and will fit perfectly in the appropriate size Neater Feeder which allows your pet to still enjoy the benefits of an elevated feeder. “

The Polar Bowl is easily cleaned and dishwasher safe, visit www.NeaterPet for more information.  For more information regarding this release, media samples, interviews or images, please contact Jackie Becattini at Neater Pet Brands, 800.917.PETS or



About Neater Pet Brands

Headquartered in Malvern, Pa., Neater Pet Brands is the exclusive manufacturer and worldwide distributor of the Neater Feeder™, a revolutionary new pet feeder. The Neater Feeder’s spill-proof and kick-proof design keeps spilled water and food contained, protects floors and walls, and provides a more sanitary and comfortable dining environment for your four-legged

friend. Neater Pet Brands mission is to bring innovative products to market that enhance the joys of pet ownership by making pet care easier and making pets’ lives better. The company is committed to partnering with and supporting groups and organizations that benefit both pets and humans alike. Look for more exciting Neater Pet Brands solution-solving products coming soon.




Neater Feeder Express makes London Debut


The Neater Feeder Express made its debut yesterday in London on QVC UK!!

Would you like to appear in a national TV Commercial for the Neater Feeder?


Neater Feeder Fans – Exciting News!

We are shooting a national TV commercial for the Neater Feeder.  We’re looking for fans who’d like a chance to appear in our commercial.  If you love the Neater Feeder and have a great story about how it’s made life with your pet easier, we’d love to hear from you.  We’ll be shooting at our studio in the Clearwater, FL area in late August or early September.  We’re anxious to hear from customers, veterinarians, groomers, pet shop owners, boarding facilities, etc. who have used the Neater Feeder, if you’ll be in the area at that time.

Please e-mail us at with the following information and let us know if you are a customer, vet, pet shop owner, etc.:




Neater Feeder Experience (1-2 sentences)
Please note; there is no pay involved, just the chance to appear in a TV commercial to talk about your experience with the Neater Feeder





Big and Giant Bowls


The Big and Giant Bowls have a huge capacity for food and water so you don’t have to worry about your pet running out of water while you’re away for the day. The Big Bowl holds up to 1.25 Gallons of water and the Giant Bowl holds up to 2.25 Gallons of water.  The Sand Stone & Hunter Green Big and Giant Bowls are made with rice hulls, a renewable resource, making them eco-friendly.  The bowls are raised off the floor, preventing bowl ring stains.  They are designed to fit multiple pets at the same time.  The high walls, sturdy non-tip base, and non-skid feet help reduce spills and keep them from sliding across your floor.  This unique design is both attractive and convenient, as it fits nicely against walls and into corners of your home! Click here for more information or to order a Big or Giant Bowl today!

Extra Capacity Water Bowls


Extra Capacity Water Bowls

Extra capacity water bowls are now available for the Neater Feeder! Big food bowls can lead to overeating, but a big water bowl keeps your pet well hydrated! Click here for more information or to order your extra capacity water bowls!

Important Pet Safety Holidays


April is a busy month for pet related holidays! This Spokesdog sure loves holidays, especially April pet holidays that allow me to use my Spokesdog status to help the greater pet community. Earlier in the month I posted a blog regarding National Pet Day, which raises awareness and money for pet adoption, one of my favorite causes.

Another favorite cause of mine is pet safety. We often hear about abused, or hurt animals, which is why it’s important to promote pet safety. This April is National Prevention of Cruelty To Animals Month. The ASPCA has been active in this cause for 145 years and has asked everyone to “Go Orange” in the fight against Animal Cruelty. There is a special section on their website where you can find creative ways to “Go Orange”, learn how you can help local pets in your community, and even submit a story and photo of a pet you helped rescue from a tragic situation. They even have a neat Facebook application where you can put a badge on your profile showing you support the cause.

April is also National Pet First Aid Month. This is another important topic, because most pet owners rarely think anything bad could happen to their pet. But, what if your pet was choking on food or a toy and there is no time to get to the vet? It’s important to know the potential hazards your home has to a pet, and ways you can be prepared for such an emergency. You can take a class or get trusted info from organizations such as the Red Cross or PETA. Even the ASPCA has a free pet safety kit you can order online. This kit includes the pet poison control phone number and a pet rescue window decal that alerts emergency personnel that pets are inside your home.

Please take a few minutes to ensure you are prepared for a pet-emergency. We hope it never happens, but in this case it’s better to be safe then sorry!

The Original Sloppy Dog

National Pet ID Week


Hello Pets!

I have a question for you. Do you have an ID tag on your collar or Microchip ID? Is it up to date with current information?

If you said no to either of these questions, you need to ask your owners to read this post! This week, April 18-24 is National Pet ID Week. This week is designed to remind pet parents to ensure all their pets have proper identification in case they ever get lost. Pets who have some type of ID tag have much higher chances of being returned home, instead of a shelter.

The American Humane Association has a great section on their website with all sorts of information about various forms of Pet Identification. It also has helpful information about what to do if your pet does get lost, and what to do if you find a lost pet.

At the very least, all pets should have an ID tag on their collar with their name, owners names, their address and a correct phone number. Many pets also have a vaccination record on a separate tag. Another option is to have a microchip ID tag. This tag provides electronic information about your pet, and some even have a GPS feature, so you can locate your missing pet more quickly. This is something worth asking your vet about – especially if you don’t have a fenced in area, or your pet has a tendency to wander off after those squirrels.

I hope all my pet friends stay safe by ensuring your ID tag is up to date!

The Original Sloppy Dog

Reduce Spring Cleaning With The Neater Feeder


It’s that time of year again, you know… when your human owners are going crazy cleaning the house! I think they call it spring cleaning. It’s that time of year again, you know… when your human owners are going crazy cleaning the house! I think they call it spring cleaning. Yes, spring cleaning is what it is called – I just read online that this week is actually National Spring Cleaning Week.

By using your Neater Feeder pet feeding system daily, you pets out there are helping to reduce your owners’ spring cleaning tasks. Since the kitchen floor and walls surrounding your eating area will remain clean, they can focus on cleaning other areas of the house.

You could also help out your owners during this stressful times by putting your toys away in your toy baskets and wiping your muddy feet caused by spring rains before you come back in the house. I try and do these things as often as possible, and trust me my owners appreciate it. Sometimes I even get a few extra treats for being neat!


The Original Sloppy Dog

Praise For The Neater Feeder


February is one of my favorite months of the year, as you can tell! I mean there’s Valentine’s Day, Love Your Pet Day and it means spring is right around the corner, so we pets can get back outside to chase the birds and squirrels! What’s not to love about February?

This month, some bloggers have been especially kind to us here at Neater Feeder. We frequently send out Neater Feeder samples for people to try out and they write all sorts of nice things about it on their blogs. We’d like to thank all the bloggers for their showing us the love this month! Here’s a couple shout outs:

Thanks to the Total German Shepherd for your awesome review of the Neater Feeder, we love your blog! Check out what they had to say here.

We’d also like to thank Susan Heim for her wonderful write up about the Neater Feeder on her parenting blog! It’s a great read, check it out!

If you have a blog and would like to write about the Neater Feeder or try a sample, contact us – we’ll hook you up!

The Original Sloppy Dog

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