Thursday, April 30, 2009

Weekly Invention by – “Foldup Hideaway Dog Feeding and Watering Station”

InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Foldup Hideaway Dog Feeding and Watering Station”.

Independent inventor Josh Moffatt enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention, “Foldup Hideaway Dog Feeding and Watering System".

Do you have a dog or cat that you love, but hate the unsightliness and mess that can be created by their food and water bowl?

Josh has the solution for you! He has designed a food and water bowl that not only stores the day’s food and water, but it can also be folded up and hidden away!

Foldup Hideaway Dog Feeding and Watering Station conceals a pet’s food and water bowls in a foldout unit. This unit transports the pet’s feeding supplies from a horizontal position just above the floor to a vertically stored configuration in or on a wall. The food and water bowls can be easily removed from or replaced into the feeding station for convenient cleaning and changing. The Water bowl has a waterflow gate that prevents splashing when lowered and can be removed for easy cleaning. The food bowl has a sloped bottom so food moves forward for eating. When in the vertical position, the unit can be closed with a childproof latch. When in place, the bowls are secured to the feeding station on all four sides, so the pet does not move them when eating or drinking.


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