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Beco Wet Food Can Cover

Beco Wet Food Can Cover
Keep your pet’s food fresh with the Beco Wet Food Can Cover

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SKU: Beco Cover Categories: , , , Tag: Product ID: 3653


The Beco Wet Food Can Cover fits snuggly around the majority of 400g cans forming an airtight seal, locking in the freshness and smell of your dog’s food. This can cover keeps your dog’s food fresher for longer. It’s seal stops any unwanted dog food smells filling your fridge. It is made from hard-wearing silicone which can withstand fluctuating temperatures and constant flex without losing its shape, so you can rely on it to keep your dog’s food fresh over and over again. Complete with a handy pull tab, it’s easy to seal and unseal your cans, making dinner time as seamless as possible.

The Beco Wet Food Can Cover is easy to clean, wash regularly in warm soapy water, and is dishwasher safe.

The cover fits standard cans – approximately 8.2cm.

Available in 3 colours: Green, Blue, and Pink.

Key Points

  • Fits most 400g/14oz cans
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Snug fit
  • Hard-wearing
  • Available in 3 colours

Why not match this can cover with the fantastic Beco Dinner Time Placemat.

Environmental Impact.
Organic Pet Products
Organic Materials
Materials are not organic but are natural.


Sustainably Sourced Pet Products
Sustainably Sourced
Not accredited to be sustainably sourced.


Locally Sourced Pet Products
Locally Produced
Not produced locally.


Recyclable Pet Products
Recyclable Materials
Packaging is fully recyclable. Silicone does not biodegrade but is more durable and ocean friendly than plastic.

Additional information


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Silicone is a type of synthetic rubber created from bonded silicon and oxygen. Silicon is a very common natural element found in sand and rock – it makes up 28% of the earth’s crust.

Heat is applied to set the silicone; firstly at the point of manufacture, then followed by a lengthy post-cure process. It is then injected into a mold.

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