A functional combo set that is also a great deal—33-quart and 12-quart stacked compartments with a convenient scoop. Snap-lock lids. Has wheels for easy maneuverability. BPA-free. Comes in various colors.
Not totally airtight. Plastic construction feels a bit on the thin side and latch is somewhat flimsy.
These bins are used by professionals, are stackable, easy to open and close, and keep the smell of contents inside.
Rodents can chew through the plastic lid.
The lid snaps closed and opens easily and quietly to not alert pets, and the wheels are built in so they won't fall off.
Might spill if it gets knocked over, and it's hard to scoop food at the bottom because of the wheels.
The construction features a large flip-top opening for easily pouring in and out, and the handle is sturdy.
You can smell the food from outside the container, and it doesn't seem airtight.
The size of this can fits nearly anywhere, and the lid seals well, keeping bugs and pets out. Scoop conveniently snaps into the bottom of the lid.
The biggest drawback is the high price.
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Your dog’s food is perhaps the most important pet supply you have on hand to keep your pooch healthy and happy. For that reason, you probably want to store it properly in order to keep it contained yet have it ready for daily use. Dog food storage containers are a useful pet accessory, and — luckily — there are many variations of these containers to choose from. When deciding which will best suit your needs, consider how food will be dispensed from the container. Some come with convenient scoops while others are more automatic in their food dispensing. Also think about how well the container masks the scent of the food, as you’ll want to keep a nosey and hungry dog at bay.