Ceramic pet bowls in a variety of styles personalized with your dog’s name ensure no one tries to eat from the wrong bowl
This reliable ceramic bowl features gently sloping sides that invite your pet to lick up every bite, while the rim makes it easier for you to retrieve from your pet's dining area without losing your grip. Features a cat and fish print with a graphic detail on the bottom. Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
Harmony Embossed Rose Ceramic Cat Bowl features gently sloping sides that invite your pet to lick up every bite, while the rim makes it easier for you to retrieve from your pet's dining area without losing your grip. Embossed with pink roses and dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
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So to help you decide which is the best bowl for your pet, here is a brief explanation of the pros and cons of plastic, ceramic, metal pet bowls.Also, be sure that any ceramic bowl you or your pet uses for food consumption does not use lead based paint. Needless to say, consumption of lead based paint flakes can be toxic.Cons: Ceramic bowls can shatter or crack. Micro cracks (somtimes invisible to the human eye) in a ceramic bowl can be be a breeding ground for bacteria and germs. Also, if your pet tends to scoot their bowl around or be rather “aggressive” eaters, there is the danger of a ceramic bowl breaking resulting in sharp shards — not to mention a mess.Cons: Not as attractive as colorful ceramic or plastic bowls. Can be loud or even scratch hard floors if your pet pushes his or her bowl while eating. However, this can be avoided if you purchase a stainless steel bowl with a non-skid rubber bottom.