ProSelect Classic Stainless Steel Dog Bowl

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Product Summary:

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ProSelect Classic Stainless Steel Dog Bowl

 

ProSelect Classic Stainless Steel Dog Bowls are the perfect dog dining solution. Dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning, these popular stainless steel food bowls for dogs offer quality and value you won’t find anywhere else. Made of high-quality 18/8 stainless steel that’s strong and scratch-resistant, it’s the perfect dog dining solution.

 

Product Features:

  • It has heavy-duty high-gloss finish
  • It's easy to clean and bacteria-resistant
  • It's dishwasher-safe

 

Item Specifications:

 

Bowl Size

Width

Capacity

1 Pint

5"

16oz/2 cups/473ml

1 Quart

6"

32oz/4 cups/946ml

2 Quart

8"

64oz/8 cups/1.9L

3 Quart

9.5"

96oz/12 cups/2.8L

5 Quart

10.5"

160oz/20 cups/4.7L

0.5 Pint

4.375"

8oz/1 cup/227ml

 

Material:

Stainless steel (18% Chrome/8% Nickel)

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I have used them before and they will take a beating from large dogs and don't crack.
Dawna G on Jul 27, 2015
I needed xtra dishes so I am not searching for ones.
Deenna B on May 31, 2015
I foster dogs, so these were the perfect addition to the feeding collection. They were super cheap and of good quality.
Lesliann P on Jun 5, 2015
Metal or ceramic bowls prevent feline acne
LAURA F on Jan 12, 2014
What is the inside dimension for the 8oz. ?
Dawn D on Sep 14, 2014
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Do these bowls fit the Pro Select Adjustable Diner system?
Dan G on Sep 3, 2014
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