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Mitch O.
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Rating: 5

Easy to use

posted 6 years ago

this version of the quick lock crock is transparent and allows you to more easily monitor food and water levels. just don't overtighten the mounting bracket

Pros: durable, stays in place

Cons: can break mounting hardware

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Amy R.
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Rating: 5

Very Helpful making feeding easier

posted 6 years ago

These food dishes are great! They are easy to clean, they stay upright and are very durable.

Pros: Great for easy feeding

Cons: none

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