Palm Springs ceramic pet dishes come in two sizes (for big or small pets, food or water, or just what fits your need). Each dish features the letters PALM SPRINGS spelled out with all the icons of Palm Springs (Pools, Modernism, Indian Oasis, the Aerial Tramway, Flora and Fauna, Tennis, Golf, Windmills, Starlets, Film Festivals, and Hiking). The artwork is an original Destination PSP design created by Glen Hanson. The dishes can be used for many other purposes (nuts, candy, keys, you name it!). The large dish measures about 7 inches in diameter and 3 inches high; the smaller dish measures 6 inches in diameter and 2.5 inches high.
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Stainless steel and ceramic are both good choices for use as dog dishes. Be an informed consumer and only purchase items that are clearly labeled "food-safe" to avoid exposing your pet to environmental hazards. A far greater health threat is posed by poor hygiene. Wash your pet food bowls daily, and wash your hands thoroughly before and after handling dog food or pet dishes.
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Pros: Sturdy, long lasting, affordable, dishwasher safe, and safe to subject to boiling water for bacteria killing purposes. Stainless steel bowls tend to be the safest, most practical choice for pet bowls. If properly cared for (do not scrub with abrasive materials like steel wool), stainless steel bowls do not harbor bacteria and can last a lifetime. Plus they do not have the potential of leaching toxic chemicals into food like plastic, or lead paint like on ceramic bowls.
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Buying ceramic food and water dishes for our dogs that match the décor of our kitchens or have a clever design can be a fun way to welcome a new pet into our homes, but are they safe? Get the details on ceramic dog bowls, below.Symptoms of lead poisoning are mostly gastrointestinal including vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and poor appetite. Acute exposure in young animals can also cause symptoms in the central nervous system including hysteria, seizures, and blindness. If you’ve purchased a ceramic dish for your dog and aren’t certain if it’s been glazed with lead or not, it’s best to consider another option.Ceramic dishes can sometimes be coated with glazes containing lead or other potentially harmful chemicals that can cause . This condition increases the levels of lead in the bloodstream and can damage cells and affect normal biological processes in your dog’s body, according to petMD.Emerson Creek Pottery is proud of our completely lead-free, handmade ceramic pottery that we've been offering our customers since 1977. And we haven't forgotten the furry members of your family! These safe ceramic pet bowls are lead-free and made from our rich Virginia clay - each one handcrafted and hand-painted in a unique, designer style. These pet dishes can also be personalized with your pet's name!