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Extra Pet Bowls

Product Description

Did you know that your pet’s food and water dishes should be washed daily? That’s right – even if your dog or cat licks up the very last crumb, the microscopic residue that is left behind from their food and saliva is a breeding ground for bacteria and germs. Some of the bacteria that can grow (such as staphylococcus aureus, streptococcus, enterobacteria, and more), pose a potential danger to our pet’s health. In a perfect world, we would have the extra time to wash our pet’s bowls daily. But the reality for most of us is we don’t.

With our busy schedules, it could take an extra day or so before we get around to washing our pet’s food and water dish, allowing pathogens to fester. By purchasing an additional set of bowls, you will be able to serve each of your pet’s meals with fresh clean dishes while the other set is being washed.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use other bowls or do I have to use PetComfort bowls?

The bowls included with your PetComfort Feeding System are customized to fit perfectly with that system's size and shape, no other bowls will fit. You are able to purchase additional PetComfort Bowls for your system by clicking here.

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How deep are the PetComfort Stainless Steel Bowls?

The 8 oz bowl is 1.50 inches deep.
The 16 oz bowl is 1.875 inches deep.
The 32 oz bowl is 2.56 inches deep.
The 64 oz bowl is 3.00 inches deep.
The 96 oz bowl is 3.50 inches deep.

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Are the bowls made in the U.S.A?

Every component of the PetComfort Feeding System is designed, engineered and manufactured in the USA.

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What is NSF?

NSF International is an independent, accredited organization that develops public health standards and certifications that help protect food, water, consumer products and the environment. They test, audit and certify products to protect and improve global human health.

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Is the PetComfort Feeding System dishwasher safe?

Yes! Every part - bowls, stand and mat - of the PetComfort Feeding System can be safely cleaned in the dishwasher.

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What is the feeding system and bowls made out of?

The feeding system (stand and mat) uses FDA approved, human food grade polymer plastic. The bowls are made from heavy gauge US stainless steel and are NSF certified, making them safe for even human food!

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Are stainless steel or ceramic bowls the cleanest and safest options for pets?

Quite simply stainless steel is superior. The less porous a substance is, the less microorganisms can grow on said substance. Using a product that you can place in the dishwasher has the added advantages of using heat and steam to kill the germs.

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Installation Instructions
Lifetime Limited Warranty

Pet Comfort, LLC warrants that our products will be free from any defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the original purchaser. For our vehicle related products, this applies to the original vehicle they were installed in. This does not mean that a product that simply and naturally wears out from normal use is a candidate for a warranty replacement or a refund. Like tires, brake pads or the shoes on your feet, everything wears out and when it does, that does not mean you did not receive good value for your money.

We are reasonable people and we believe in true customer satisfaction. We will work with you for a fair resolution to any issue you may have. Fair is defined as being fair to both you the customer and to WeatherTech. We do not charge extra for our products to our vast majority of customers so we can accommodate ridiculous warranty claims by the few. Our decision is final and will consist of either replacement of your product at no charge or charge you a prorated amount for a replacement, meaning we may extend a discount to you to purchase an exact replacement. Our goal is to keep our customers happy for a lifetime and always reach a fair resolution to any issue. Proof of purchase is required.

Exclusions to this warranty include wear due to severe abrasive conditions, bite and scratch marks, chemical contamination, such as spilled gasoline, bleach, vehicle accidents (only applicable to certain vehicle related products), misuse, abuse, incorrect installation, incorrect use, etc.

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