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ProSelect No Tip Poodle Cocker Bowl

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ProSelect No Tip Poodle Cocker Bowl


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Product Summary:

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ProSelect No Tip Poodle Cocker Bowl


ProSelect X-Super Heavy Non-Tip Bowls prevent movement or accidental spills. Designed for long-eared breeds, these bowls are narrower at the top so long ears won’t get in food or water. The wide, rubber-edged, non-skid base on this ProSelect X-Super Heavy Non-Tip Bowl is designed to prevent movement and spillage during feeding.


Product Features:

  • It's designed for long-eared breeds
  • It's narrower at top, so ears won’t get in food or water
  • It has extra heavy-duty stainless steel construction
  • It won’t rust or scratch


Item Specifications:



Bowl top dimensions: 3.25" H x 6.5" W

Bottom width: 9.75"

Inside depth: 2.75"



32oz/4 cups/946ml



Stainless steel (14% Chrome/4% Nickel)



Manufacturer provides lifetime warranty

Product Reviews by Customers

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This is a great water bowl for dogs with long ears. They don't get wet as the sides are raised.
Colleen K on Aug 11, 2015
I need a tall no-tip bowl
charlotte k on Dec 9, 2014
This shaped bowl is great for long eared dogs
Marianne S on May 5, 2015
Does this bowl keep your spaniel's ears out of his food?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2014
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need a food and water bowl to keep a cocker spaniels ears away from food and water ?
Dot D on Jan 17, 2015
Best Answer: This type didn't help much the opening too wide ears still flop in, if made narrower it would work.
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