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Super Pet Food Bowl Sale - Gone are the days of the those tired plastic bowls that become germ havens once they get scratched or cracked. Now Pet Food Bowls have stepped out of the utility room and into the kitchen, becoming integral parts of your home decor - announcing your pet's unique style! Choose your pet's fashion statement from our broad selection of styles: from classical elegant designs, to mid-century modern bowls, from the feng shui of Chinese food tables to industrial modern and hip-hop pet designs... Mix and match sizes to enhance the stylistic effect. Choose the right size bowl for your pet's food dish and go up one size for the water bowl.
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RPI Sir Aqua II Automatic Float Waterer 1.8 gallon - AQ017SS02 Ethical Stoneware Pet food dish - Sweetheart Dish Pet - 5 Inch - Blue
RPI Sir Aqua II Automatic Float Waterer 1.8 gallon - AQ017SS02
List Price: $39.99
Our Price: $35.99
Sale Price: $29.95
Savings: $10.04
Phuket Small Green Dog Bowl - By Unleashed Life
Classic Stainless Steel Bowl 2 Quart Pail Flat sided with Hook
List Price: $17.95
Our Price: $14.95
Sale Price: $13.95
Savings: $4.00
Phuket Small Green Dog Bowl - By Unleashed Life
List Price: $40.00
Our Price: $32.00
Savings: $8.00
Stainless Steel Puppy Feeder Bowl 15 inch Food Bowl
List Price: $27.99
Our Price: $25.99
Sale Price: $24.99
Savings: $3.00
Ethical Stoneware Pet food dish - Sorrento -Green 7 inch Bone Appetit Pet Food Bowl Collection By Unleashed Life
Stainless Steel Puppy Feeder Bowl 11 inch Food Bowl
List Price: $19.99
Our Price: $17.99
Sale Price: $15.49
Savings: $4.50
Ethical Stoneware Pet food dish - Paw Print Design - Black Ethical Stoneware Pet food dish - Paw Print Design - White
   
 
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Choosing the Right Pet Food Bowl: Cats and small dogs prefer small bowls with low sides. Large dogs especially those with long ears or long silky hair on the ears such as members of the Hound group will prefer bowls with higher sides to keep their food in the bowl and keep their ears out of their food.

Older cats and dogs may benefit from a slightly raised bowl, such as a pedestal bowl or low table set. Raised bowls help to alleviate strain on the neck, hips and back. Additionally the raised position may also aid in the dog or cat's digestion.

You will want to avoid plastic bowls, as they scratch easily. Scratches in the surface of the bowl will quickly become havens for germs and bacteria.Stainless steel liners and bowls and ceramic dishes are easily sterilized and dishwasher safe. Replace ceramic bowls if the glaze becomes chipped or deeply crazed (small cracks in the glaze) as these areas will eventually harbor germs.