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    I have just found these at Pet Planet and have ordered them. They are small enough so their ears won't get mucky and it seems quite simple. This item is showing out of stock but I have also found them on ebay for 6.99 if anyone needs them.

    http://www.petplanet.co.uk/product.a...58&pf_id=53909
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    I have tried these bowls, they are fantastic for keeping ears clean. They are not as raised as I hope for, also the bowl being stainless steel is perfect for raw feeding. The stainless steel bowl itself is very shallow 2inches.







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    off to order one for bella now
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    Sorry Tania I missed this before - they look really good actually, more attractive than the Ferplast ones [although they have been very practical and lasted ages, even though they are very attractively decorated now with tooth marks, I can't imagine who that was ]


    Hmmm something to go on the wish list...

    The Ferplast ones are too tall for the girls. Although I'm lucky so far with these 3, I prefer them to have raised feeders.


    Of course these are also in wonderful colours!!!

    I found them on E-bay now for 5.75 plus 1.99 postage [UK] - they are 5.78 on http://www.netpetshop.co.uk/p-31835-...ding-dish.aspx with shipping at cost, but it's hard to calculate the shipping as they don't show the weight of the item
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    I have gone through a lot of the posts on CT and have selected quite a range of links people have suggested for raised bowls, I hope to have these all in one place on the Cavalier Matters website shortly.
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    That's a great idea Tania thank you.
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    Hi Tania i missed this one when it was current but still felt i had to jump in to say ruby has a raised stand with steel bowls in from the troughs of bowl land site, the lovely lady made it to her exact measurements. Its lovely,& was sturdy enough to withstand jelly chewing at its corner when she was tiny,with very little damage! Can't praise it enough
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    These look really lovely !!

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    I used to use the ferplast too until Holly's nose started to lose it's nice black shiny wet look and went all dull looking. After some enquiries I was told it was called snow nose and could be the cause of feeding from plastic bowls. So I got rid of my plastic bowls and now use ceramic. I feed raw too and use a foam mat which they eat their bones off and I can just hose the mats clean afterwards. It works well for me.
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