Dog Food Storage: Dog Food Containers :

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Ceramic pet bowls can be a good choice if you do some homework, choose carefully, and take care of them. The biggest concern is to ensure that the glazes used to coat the dog bowls does not contain lead or other harmful chemicals. Therefore, when selecting a ceramic bowl, make sure that certified for food use and it is coated with a lead-free glaze. It is important to routinely inspect the bowls for cracks and chips because these areas can harbor harmful bacteria. You also would not want your dog to accidentally ingest any loose pieces that can continue to break off from preexisting cracked or chipped areas.
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You could go buy these things (and spend a lot of money on items that match your decor), or you can make some of your items on your own. Certain upcycling materials allow you to piece together a dog feeding station that is functional, unique, and doesn't clean out your wallet. To start, visit your local thrift store for plain stainless steel or white ceramic containers. In addition, be on the lookout for yoga mats, vinyl letter stickers, measuring cups, large pop corn tins, or large metal canisters, but make sure the materials of your finds are food-safe! Once you have your items, you're ready to get creative. Pet Dog Cat Food Porcelain Treat Container Ceramic Storage Jar Canister paw NEW
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