Biofilm bacteria can also cause systemic inflammation, cardiovascular diseases, and in pets (especially in cats).
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Feast your eyes on these fetching, hand-thrown bowls perfect for Fido or your favorite feline. 's stoneware food dishes are hand-thrown on a potter's wheel then hand-inscribed with "happy dog" or "cool cat," marking your pet's precious territory. Inside, glossy turquoise glaze adds a pop of color to the design, while the outside is left unglazed, giving the exterior an easy-to-grip texture. Handmade in Westlake Village, California.The use of lead in some ceramic glazes can also cause health concerns for both pets and people. The only way to be sure that ceramic dishes do not contain lead glaze is to purchase items that are labeled "food safe." If you choose to paint a personalized bowl for your best friend, be sure to use lead-free glazes or paint only the outside of the bowl.Does the material of your pet food bowl really make a difference? You'd be surprised! Choosing the right dish should be a simple task, but there are still some important points to consider even if you've narrowed the field to only stainless steel or ceramic.You could consider rinsing and cleaning the pet food dishes in a bathroom sink; if you're worried about the sink in the bathroom as well, you could even empty the rinse water into the toilet.
In general, though, cold food doesn't transfer. You might have to ask your rav if the rinsed water from the food dish would transfer, but it's a generally held opinion that using soap also prevents transfer, since it destroys the taste of the non-kosher meat.
In any case, you should wash and rinse the dish with cold, soapy water, then immediately clean the sink thoroughly, removing whatever residue you find.
If you're still worried about transfer after this: wait 24 hours after using the sink, then boil water in a clean, kosher pot and pour the boiling water over the entire surface of the sink. Since you only used cold water for the entire process, boiling water will work to kosher the surface.
Again, consult your rav, as he'll know what's best for your situation. Hope this helps!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. Pick up your pet's food dish after every meal, then wash and scrub with hot water and soap. The water dish should get the same treatment on a daily basis.