Dog and cat travel bowls are so handy for everyday usage. They are good for traveling.I use them to store the pets left over food . Such as dry food and wet food. These bowls come in various sizes for your fury pet .
This is great for travel because it's lightweight and seals. However, when my cat is licking up wet food, the dish scoots around. I put the silicone lid underneath to prevent this.
My bowl was delivered dirty and the lid will not attach. I plan on returning it.
We use one of these every day to bring our puppies breakfast to work in. We have another one we have put water in for traveling. They never spill a drop! Keeps water cold for the trip and we don't have to worry about lost food or water. I would buy these again and again!
Fantastic little stainless-steel bowl. I was having trouble with my two boys playing with and destroying the plastic containers I was dividing their breakfast, lunch and dinner into (spoilt, I know). These have worked out great as they are not seen as toys! I have also purchased the larger 1.5 cups of these bowls and as another reviewer has said, the seal on them isn't the best, especially when travelling with them, but this 1/2 cup size has a much better seal.
This bowl and lid are great for my pup for travel.
Sizing listed is incorrect. The small bowl size listed as 5 inches across is much smaller. I’ve included a photo to show the actual size. Luckily I’m able to exchange. The bowls and lids themselves are very nice, even though they are way too small. Chewy needs to update the description of this item to show its true size.
Good little bowl but the cover is a little hard to get on and takes more time to put on as u have to push it all the way around for a good fit.
The diameter of the bowl is 4.0 inches. The lid, measured at the widest part, which includes the lifting/hanging protrusion, is 5.0 inches. When the lid is secured to the bowl, it descends 3/8ths of an inch, thereby reducing the depth of the bowl from 1.0 inches to 5/8ths of an inch. The good news is that the silicon material has some give. I put a frozen ball of raw food, slightly larger than one inch in diameter, into the bowl and was still able to secure the lid. I keep these in the the fridge to thaw each day. The bowl does fine in the dishwasher. The lid, not so much. Only washed one time, and seemed to have a slight chalky discoloration in some spots. So now I hand wash them. The discoloration disappeared.
Very light metal, no bottom grip, already rusted out of the box. Lid is hard to put on.