Stainless Steel Bowl 1 qt.
I do not like ceramic bowls, but I have relatively tall dogs and prefer to use elevated feeders. I use the Bridgeport elevated wire stands. I simply put the boxed ceramic bowl that comes with the stand into the closet to donate to the SPCA next time I drop off a load of stuff, and order Foster and Smith 2 quart stainless steel bowls to use instead of the ceramic ones. They fit perfectly into the stands, they fit easily into the dishwasher (important when you have 3 dogs and 4 cats), and they nest so closely when stacked that at a glance it appears to be only one bowl. The oldest one I have (about 4 years) still looks good, although they get some wear scratching (from stirring food with a fork while mixing it I suspect), it's not enough to notice without looking for it. They are sturdy too, no denting.
March 30, 2015
1 quart stainless bowl
My golden was having severe dematitis reactions to plastic......purchased this stainless bowl and within two weeks.. all signs of an allegeric reaction are gone .It is shallow enough that even my pomeranian can drink from it ...VERY PLEASED WITH THE PRODUCT AND THE PRICE.
June 26, 2014
These bowls are the perfect size when feeding dogs. We watch dogs in our home & want to be able to sanitize everything to keep our pups safe. Using Stainless steel allows us to do that!
June 6, 2014
We have several German Shepherd Dogs. They can be "ruff" on bowls because they like to toss them around to let us know it is time to fill them up again. This new bowl is easy to mix in, cleans quickly, and has a great dinner bell tone when it hits the floor. Still no dents despite their trying. We will be ordering more soon!
January 15, 2014