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Mr. Peanut's Set of 2 White Painted Food Grade Stainless Steel Dog Bowls, Dishwasher Safe, Bacteria
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Hopefully you watched the video, but just in case you didn’t it took 38 seconds for Stetson to finish eating 1 1/2 cups of food out of his regular stainless steel bowl. It took 1 minute and 3 second for Stetson to finish eating 1 1/2 cups of food out of the Metal Brake-Fast Dog Food Bowl. It took 25 seconds longer to finish eating and therefore we can successfully say the the Brake-Fast bowl did it’s job and slowed Stetson’s eating. That is a significant difference and I believe this would be a perfect dog food bowl for fast eating dogs if…
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Our Incredible Premium Steel Dog Bowls are heavy duty stainless steel bowls that are a durable and safe bowl to use when feeding your pet. Compared to plastic bowls on the market today which can contain bacteria and can leach toxic chemicals and colorants when they come in touch with food, Incredible Premium Steel Dog Bowls are safe and hygienic. Stainless steel is regarded by most to be the best material for dog food and water bowls
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Photo provided by FlickrFeb 20, 2017 - Many of the best cheap dog food bowls are made of stainless steel
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Stainless steel and ceramic are both good choices for use as dog dishes. Be an informed consumer and only purchase items that are clearly labeled "food-safe" to avoid exposing your pet to environmental hazards. A far greater health threat is posed by poor hygiene. Wash your pet food bowls daily, and wash your hands thoroughly before and after handling dog food or pet dishes.If you have visited the local pet store lately, you know that there is a plethora of dog feeding bowls to choose from. It can be overwhelming, especially if you are a first time pet owner. When in doubt, always go with what is tried and true - stainless steel dog feeding bowls. Plus these are the standard dog food bowls that come with the Neater Feeder. To keep your pooch healthy and happy, cleaning and sanitizing his water and food bowls are a must. Even though stainless steel dog bowls are less likely to grow bacteria on the surface, you should still do this. If you neglect the bowls, bacteria may collect on them and contaminate your dog's food, which may lead to illness. Plus, gunky food bowls are no fun to look at.Neater Feeder offers multiple sizes of the stainless steel dog food bowls to accommodate the 3 sizes of Neater Feeder pet feeders. The Large Neater Feeder required two, two quart or eight cup stainless steel dog food and water dishes. Two, one quart or four cup stainless steel dog food and water bowls come standard with the Medium Neater Feeder. Small dogs who use the Small Neater Feeder should use two, two cup dog feeding bowls. We have additional stainless steel dog food and water bowls for all of our Neater Feeders for households with multiple pets. Stainless Steel, it's in the name - stainless. When you feed your dog with stainless steel food and water bowls, you'll never worry about unsightly stained bowls ever again. Many dog foods contain oils that discolor plastic dog food bowls over time, and wet food is a common culprit of food stains. With stainless steel dog food dishes, this risk is gone because they emerge as shiny as new with every wash. When you use the Neater Feeder with your new stainless steel dog food and water dishes, your pet's feeding area will always be neat and stain free! Of course, bowls also come in a million different “specialty” models – to feed automatically, repel ants, resist spilling, fold up for travel, and so on. But in essence, dog bowls function in pretty much the same manner: they hold food or water. You can spend a few dollars on a practical stainless steel model, or a few hundred for a kidney-shaped granite job with legs. What’s most important, however, is not what they look like or how much they cost, but whether they contain that food and water without contaminating it with any chemicals of their own!