Now made with a Silicone Anti-Skid Bottom in two sizes.
Small has a 26-oz capacity.
Large has a 58-oz capacity.
A dome in the middle of this stainless steel dish keeps food to the sides, which helps to slow down eating for pets that eat or drink too fast.
Stainless steel remains the most popular choice for pet bowls for a number of good reasons. It's nearly impervious, mirror-like surface will not absorb smells, does not stain or rust, is scratch resistant, and is easy to clean and disinfect.
Stainless steel bowls stay shiny, clean, and new and also provide greater stability. Studies have also found that pets that drink and eat out of stainless steel bowls are less likely to acquire some bacterial diseases.