Paw-Print Petware Guinea Pig Dish
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Rating: 4.4

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Paw-Print Petware is the perfect fancy feeder for your guinea pig. This fun and fashionable bowl is decorated with actual paw prints and face silhouettes of a guinea pig!
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barb  a.
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Rating: 3

Cute bowl

posted 5 years ago

This is a good bowl it is durable easy to clean, and it is nice to look at unlike some other bowls that are drab

Pros: nice bowl

Cons: none

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Rating: 5

Perfect for guinea pigs

posted 5 years ago

This is the type of guinea pig bowls I use in my cages. Solid ceramic, gloss finish and durable. A few of my cavies have figured out how to use their teeth and pull the over to it's side to get at the pellets easier. All in all, though, I like these the best.

Pros: easy to clean and disinfect

Cons: can be tipped

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