When it comes to feeding and watering pets, the utensils we use make a difference. No, the cat really doesn’t need a footed crystal glass for his food as shown in the TV ad, but the dish does matter. Obviously, glass is fragile, so it’s best to avoid breakable pet bowls no matter how cute they are. Especially with children handling the bowls, the indestructible varieties are preferable. Plastic bowls are an affordable, easy to clean, nonbreakable option, but have two disadvantages.
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Plastic bowls are sometimes lightweight and skid across the floor when voracious dogs gulp their food. This leads to messy mealtimes. Second, some dogs and cats are allergic to the chemicals in plastic bowls and develop skin irritations around the muzzle.
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