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Pet Studio Stainless Steel Pet Food Scoop

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Pet Studio Stainless Steel Pet Food Scoop


Oversold. Est. In Stock by 12/01/2015.
Shipping weight = 0.50 lb.


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Product Summary:

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Pet Studio Stainless Steel Pet Food Scoop


Our Pet Studio Stainless Steel Scoops are the easy way to scoop and serve kibble. These are made of high-quality polished stainless steel. Now it’s easier than ever to serve kibble with our Pet Studio Stainless Steel Scoops.


Product Features:

  • High quality stainless steel is easy to clean and resists bacteria
  • Scoop holds up to 12 oz (1.5 cups) of dry kibble or seed


Item Specifications:






12 oz (1.5 cups)



Stainless steel with matte finish

Product Reviews by Customers

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Better than using aluminum cans.
Bryan L on Feb 6, 2015
Vet recommended stainless scoop as well as keeping dog food in the original bag...not pouring it into larger plastic containers. Reduces germs.
Nicole B on Jan 12, 2015
Is the pet scoop equal to one cup?
Paulette M on Oct 8, 2015
Best Answer: The tag description says, "Holds over 12 oz." (a cup is 8 oz.)
There are no measuring marks anywhere on the scoop.
I measured a cup of dry kibble and poured it into the scoop. It comes up to about an inch or so below the lowest edge. I poured an additional cup of kibble into it and it completely fills the scoop to the top of the angled edge, completely filling the scoop.
I bought this to transfer kibble from one container to another smaller one, so I didn't mind that it didn't have measuring marks. However, if I were to use it to measure out my dog's kibble, I would simply use a permanent marker to draw a line on the inside of the scoop.
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