How do I unlock petsafe auto feeder?

Table of contents:

  1. How do I unlock petsafe auto feeder?
  2. How do you set a timer on a cat mate?
  3. How do I turn on Cat Mate feeder?
  4. How do I reset my automatic pet feeder?
  5. How do you clean a pet safe feeder?
  6. Are stainless steel bowls safe for dogs?
  7. How often should I wash my dogs bed?

How do I unlock petsafe auto feeder?

To Remove Hopper: Press hopper release button on back of feeder then lift to remove. To Remove Conveyor: Pull back red conveyor latch to unlock. Lift to remove. Before assembling feeder, make sure all parts are clean and completely dry.

How do you set a timer on a cat mate?

To set the clock, press and hold the ADJ/SET button for 5 seconds until the hour figure starts to flash. Press the UP and DOWN arrow buttons to adjust the clock to the correct hour.

How do I turn on Cat Mate feeder?

Turning the feeder off and on To turn the feeder back on: 11.

How do I reset my automatic pet feeder?

Press the Timer key and then press the SET key and hold it for 2 seconds. This will allow you to go back to set the feeding time again.

How do you clean a pet safe feeder?

Clean your Smart Feed Automatic Pet Feeder

  1. Remove the lid from the feeder by pulling the latch and lifting the lid.
  2. Unlatch the hopper from the sides and remove from the base.
  3. Push back the red latch inside the feeder and remove the conveyor.
  4. Remove the conveyor crumb catcher by gently pressing in the side and pulling down.

Are stainless steel bowls safe for dogs?

The easiest type of bowl to keep clean – and, not incidently, also the safest bowl for your dog to eat and drink from – is stainless steel. This material will not leach potentially dangerous chemicals into your dog's food and water, like some plastics, aluminum, poorly glazed pottery, or old ceramic dishes.

How often should I wash my dogs bed?

How to Clean Dog Beds Properly. A good guideline to follow: wash your dog's bed once a week or once every two weeks at minimum, said Kathy Backus, DVM, Holistic Veterinary Services, in Kaysville, Utah.