Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Stainless Steel Dog Bowls---Did you Know?

While at the vet a couple of weeks ago, the vet looked at Jack's chin and said that he had an infection on it and asked "what kind of bowls does he eat and drink out of?" I told her we use porcelain bowls and she told me that we needed to switch to stainless steel. I guess bacteria can grow on the dog bowls and so when they are drinking water they make scrape the side with their chin and can get an infection, or if they already had an infection it will keep getting bacteria inside and wont heal.

So all you dog lovers out there, switch your dog water dish to stainless steel and if you want it to match maybe switch the food dish over too.

Stainless steel surface will not absorb smells, does not stain, and is easy to clean and disinfect. Most dogs won't pick up or try to chew on stainless steel so the bowls stay shiny, clean, and new. They're also heavier so they're less likely to tip over and they are dishwasher safe.

Stainless Steel Dish -...

I want this one...too bad Jack and Charlie are boys. Maybe I can find one with red polka dots.


Hans luckee said...

Hi friends,

Stainless steel bowl resists the growth of bacteria providing healthy eating for your pet and it is easy to clean and dishwasher safe. Thanks...

Dog Bowls

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