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Category: Boutique/Gift > Dishes and Bowls (pet)
Melia's Funky Paws bowls: Pet Palette offers Melia's Funky Paws bowls, available in black and white, and blue and black. The design features small black paw prints scattered... more >>
www.shop.petpalette.com
WetNoz Fat Cat Dish: Petmate presents its WetNoz Fat Cat Dish. The luxurious feline dish is designed for anti-whisker stress, is constructed from premium-grade stainless... more >>
www.wetnoz.com
SafeServe Treat Tray: SafeMade Pet Products offers its SafeServe Treat Tray. A discerning dog knows that nothing tastes quite like homemade, and making something special... more >>
www.safemadepet.com
Buster DogMaze: The Company of Animals' Buster DogMaze is a clever, interactive dog toy that doubles as a feeding bowl, the manufacturer states, adding that to use... more >>
www.companyofanimals.us
XBling Bowls: XPet's XBling Bowls are dishwasher-safe and meet human food service standards, the company states. The fashion-forward, upscale gold-color design... more >>
www.getxpet.com
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