Pets at Home Stainless Steel Non-Slip Dog Bowl Reviews
Product Type: Pets At Home dog accessories
Description:Manufacturer: Pets At Home / Type: Dog Bowls / Feeders
Newest Review: ... the bowl around the room as she licked every last bit out of the bowl, even when there was nothing left she still licked and ... more
by - written on 30/05/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I love gadget things and if they are gadget thinngs for my dogs then that is even better!!! My dogs feed out of metal bowls only. I tried ceramic bowls but they got picked uo and smashed, plastic ones got chewed into little peices so metal it was!! I then found the problem of the dogs, especially my Labrador chasing the bowl around the room as she licked every last bit out of the bowl, even when there was nothing left she still licked and licked. She isn't the slowest of eaters either so the bowl and the Labrador tended to race around the room. Not too much a of a problem if there was no one to trip up but along with the bowl and dog around the room ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
When I separated from my husband I sadly had to leave our Border Collie Jess with him as I was moving into a rented accommodation where I was not supposed to have pets. Despite this fact I do have Jess sometimes when I am off work for a few days as I feel that it is important that she is getting some company and as I have a couple of days off in the week I do try to have her with me. For this reason I obviously needed to get some things for her for when she was at my house and my point of call for pet produce is always pets at home as I just feel they always have a vast array of things all under one roof which saves trips to other stores. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
For years I was using nice cheap plastic bowls from which to feed my dogs, but over time they became scratched from the dogs teeth scrapping that last little morsel of food out and eventually they looked quite scruffy. The dogs were also always chasing the bowl around the floor as they tried to eat their food because there were no rubber feet to prevent slippage. I did contemplate using a heavyweight earthenware bowl which would have provided more weight to 'fix' the bowl to the floor, but I wasn't sure how dishwasher proof they would be. So in the end, I started looking at the variety of stainless steel bowls that are on the market, but again, I could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
If my mums going to be out for the day I quite often pop to hers on my lunch break to let the dog stretch her legs in the garden and to top up her water. As my lunch only lasts an hour I was most disgruntled to be greeted with soggy socks as I stepped through the kitchen door because the family pooch had tipped its bowl over. After spending a few of my lunch hours mopping up the mess and refilling the bowl only for my mum to come home to the same thing. Whilst in Pets at Home I spotted these non tip dishes that claimed to be the answer to my problems. At £4.99 for a medium sized dish I decided it would be worth a try if it meant I didn't have to go back to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
We have recently decorated the lobby area of our flat, we haven't done a great deal - we've just given the walls a lick of paint and we've put new lino down, but the old, plastic dog bowls that belonged to our beloved dog Tara had to go. Not only did I regularly kick them across the lobby during the morning rush to work, but they were pretty unsightly, so off we popped to Pets at Home in search of a replacement. We were looking for a dog bowl that was quite plain, we wanted it to look neutral and I was also keen to stay away from plastic - because not only does it look cheap, but things have a habit of spilling out of plastic dog bowls. The ... Read the complete review
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