Stainless Steel Bowl

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Stainless Steel Dog Bowl

Stainless Steel Bowls cannot be beat when it comes to durability and reliability. They do not rust or corrode, even with heavy usage. They are dishwasher safe for an easy clean, plus dogs aren't able to chew them! A great value for your money, they last, and last, and last!
 
Features:
  • Durable Stainless Steel
  • Dishwasher Safe
  • Will not rust or corrode
 
Item Specifications:
 
Sizes:

1/2 Pint:
top- 4 1/2"W
bottom- 2.75"W
height- 1 5/8"

1 Pint:
top- 5 3/8"W
bottom- 3.5"W
height- 2"

1 Quart:
top- 6 1/4"W
bottom- 4.75"W
height- 2.5"

2 Quart:
top- 8"W
bottom- 5.5"W
height- 3"

3 Quart:
top- 9 1/4"W
bottom- 7"W
height- 3 1/4"

5 Quart:
top- 10 1/4"W
bottom- 8.5"W
height- 4"
 
*Measurements are approximates of the diameter for the top and bottom of the bowl*

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shape and price
William L on Feb 7, 2016
Super price!!
YVONNE L on Nov 28, 2015
for a Dog Adoption Birthday Party
cindie t on Jan 27, 2016
I need bowls for visiting pets.
Deborah S on Nov 23, 2015
What size bowls for 20lb dog?
A shopper on Jul 9, 2015
Best Answer: I bought the 1/2 Pint steel bowl for my 45 lb pup, which is the perfect size. I'd suggest getting a smaller size for food, but maybe the 1/2 Pint for water to avoid constantly refilling it.
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