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Top 4 Reasons to Adopt a Shelter Pet

Thousands of cute, cuddly pets are waiting in shelters for their forever homes. Pet adoptions rates have been on the rise in recent years and these pets need you as much as you need them. Find out below why shelter pets make the best pets!

Cleaning Pet Bowls - Do You Know What is Lurking in Your Dog or Cat Bowls?

When was the last time you washed your pet’s food and water bowls? You may think your pet's bowl is clean once they've licked up their meal, but it's not! In fact, dog and cat bowls are actually one of the most germ-filled places in your home.

How Do You Turn a Commodity Into a Brand? Start by Doing What No Other Company Will Do

David MacNeil talks with Inc. Magazine about developing a feeding system that creates a healthy way for pets to eat.

WeatherTech's founder lost three dogs to cancer. He says his new pet bowls are safe enough for a human.

David MacNeil tells the Chicago Tribune his concerns about the materials used in pet bowls and the need for pet bowls to be certified as safe for human consumption.

Putting a "Paws" on Canine Hip Dysplasia

It’s a heart breaking fact for dog lovers that their four-legged friend may experience hip and joint issues at some point in their life....

Relief for Dogs Afflicted with Canine Osteoarthritis

As dog owners, we don’t like to think about the fact that many of our furry friends are prone to joint issues as they grow older. We simply want them to live long, comfortable, healthy, happy lives, and PetComfort aims to make this a reality...

PetComfort’s Feeding System Improves Mealtime for Pets

Everyone knows how a German Shepard eats is going to be drastically different than a Siamese cat; why would they use the same feeder then?

An Innovative Bowl Only Found in the PetComfort Feeding System

Extensive research and collaboration went into developing the innovative design, which focused on those who would use it– the pets.

Protecting What Our Pets Eat

Pet Parents put a lot of time into researching the best food for their pets, but what are they putting it in?