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Living World Ergonomic Dish
- Blue, ceramic, non-porous dishes
- Bacteria safe
- Ergonomically slanted for easy reach to food
- Base heavy; Prevents tipping over
- 4.22 ounces; 3.5 inches long x 3.5 inches wide x 1.5 inches high
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The Living World Ergonomic Small Animal Dish is a non-porous, bacteria safe ceramic dish that is perfect for your pet. The dish is ergonomically slanted so your small pet will not have to crane his neck to get to his food or water. The Living World Ergonomic Small Animal Dish is base-heavy to prevent overturning, chew proof and is suitable for both food or water.
Size: Small | Color: Blue
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(Photo: I found a pink tennis ball at the dog park & put it in the bowl for a size/color comparison)
Color- it is not necessarily easily to obtain a rich color in ceramics. In glazing colors can fade leading to these duller colors your receive.
Size- these bowls are made by Living World, a company making products for pets classified as small animals. These range from mice to ferrets and chinchillas but can also be used for some reptiles. If they are larger to be sized for a dog or cat then they would no longer fit the cages of the animals they are originally designed for.
The inside ridge- again they are not meant for dogs or cats to eat out of. The ridge traps food for them but the animals this is aimed for use their front paws to grab food. They have no issue getting it out of the ridges along the edge.
Breaking- it's ceramic. Do I really need to explain that. If you drop it it will break. A dog stepping on it is capable of breaking it due to the nature of the material. That is not the fault of the bowl itself. If used properly you should not have an issue.
Overall I have used a single one of these bowls for more than 4 years without any issues. I eventually bought more for other pets including a very fat rat who can sit in a large one without issue. These are great for your small pets.
It is terracotta as the name suggests. My fault for trusting the image
I later bought a large blue one because we needed a water bowl.
In no way will it impede the bowl from holding water or doing its job, but don't get it if you want something pretty. Not sure it's worth $10