Non-Spill High Luster Bowl
* Hygenic stainless steel
* Cleans up easily
I was looking for a product that is able to feed her when she is still tiny but though the months stage too. Now getting this I think it will last her now though when she is full grown depending on how much she eats. Great for all ages
Pit momma Grace
Exactly as described
Perfect for my frenchies puppies!
Cadet Non-Spill Bowl For Dogs
I use the Cadet non-spill bowl for feeding my dog. The stainless steel bowl is nice, but the rubber rim keeps
coming off. The rubber rim stops the bowl from moving around as the dog is eating. I would rate it higher if the rubber rim stayed on.
Great item, will buy another to keep in the R.V.
Easy for dog to eat out of. Easy to clean.
New puppy bowl
Small but just right for a new puppy
Sierra Vista AZ
These bowls are great. My puppy is continually growing into a very big dog, so I bought these. Large, sturdy bowls at a low price!
Great Pet Bowls!
I ordered two different size food dishes, 16 oz and 32 oz. They are perfect for our dogs. They are lightweight but they don't bend and since they have a non-slip band around the bowl bottom they don't move when our babies are eating. They are great for me, light to pickup and easy to wash.
I also ordered the 64 oz bowl for water. This too is working great. And, I also ordered a 2 1/2 cup water dish with holder for Molly's crate. This is great, easy to install and stays put with a slide-in grip on the holder. And moreover, the price is great and they were delivered right to the house!
So far So good
I just lost my 13 year old Great Pyrenees to cancer and after reading up on what possibly could have caused it (I don't vaccinate beyond puppy shots, don't spray my yard, don't over medicate with flea/tick,etc), I found several articles about not using plastic food bowls. This was my third dog in her teens that I've lost in recent years, but the first one to cancer, so I'm not sure if it was a fluke or not, but I decided to add these to my dogs' routine just in case, from the heavy duty plastic crocks I've been using for years. So far, they seem to be working out ok and not having the crevices for food or pills to get stuck in is nice. As a side note, 50% of dogs over age 10 get cancer, so I'd highly recommend doing your homework BEFORE you find yourself in that position, to remove as many toxins and things that increase your dogs' chances of getting this horrible disease.
Together, we help shelters spend less on food, so more can be put into healthcare, rehab, and housing. Every bowl you donate through each order goes a long way towards helping pets in need across the country get care and find loving homes.