Advantages Holds in place for most of the time, good size
Disadvantages Moves if dogs too strong
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Having two pretty big dogs they eat quite a bit of food and so I needed a bowl that was big enough for them, when I first got the dogs I had to be out quite long hours and so I wanted a bowl I could put enough food in to last them all day.I got the bowl from pets at home after I had a normal stainless steel bowl and the dogs would push there bowls around their cage crashing into each other and not only spilling food but making a racket.
The bowl like I say is from pets at home and you can get them in a variety of sizes, the bowl I have is the second largest and cost about £10 which is more than I would have expected to pay but I was willing to give it a go to stop the racket.The bowl is simply a normal stainless steel bowl but it has rubber on the bottom of it so that it will grip onto the surface it is placed onto and therefore shouldn’t move around.
The bowl works to an extent, when my dogs are feeding normally the bowl stays put and there is no racket of the two of them crashing their bowls into each other which is great. Whenever my dogs have a treat such as a Sunday dinner they go at the bowls so fast trying to get every scrap out that they are not strong enough to keep grip on the floor.These bowls are a good idea and work most of the time for my dogs so I am happy with my purchase even though I thought they were a little expensive.
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