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You like to eat your food out of ceramic wares, so why not let your furry family members do the same? Ceramic bowls not only look beautiful, they also give your pets the dignity and respect they very much deserve. In addition, ceramic is a very healthy and safe choice and offers many advantages which we go into more detail about in the âBenefits of Ceramicâ section below.
We understand the concern pet owners have with ceramic being more breakable. Thatâs why we designed our ceramic bowls to be tip-proof by making the base broader than the top. Our ceramic products are also very thick, making it difficult to break them. Our ceramic bowls are microwave and dishwasher safe, so itâs easy to keep clean and free of yucky stuff. The paint used for our ceramic bowls is lead- and cadmium-free and lie safely under food-safe ceramic glaze. Choose from a wide selection of beautifully designed, stylish bowls that go well with any home interior or aesthetic taste.
Plastic is just as bad for pets as it is for humans. Most people have stopped using plastic dishes and baby bottles because of this problem, so why give your pet something you wouldnât use? This is why we chose ceramic for our pet bowls and treat jars. We like to eat our food out of ceramic wares, so why not let our furry family members do the same? We understand the concern pet owners have with ceramic being more breakable. Thatâs why we designed our ceramic bowls to be tip-proof by making the base broader than the top. Our ceramic products are also very thick, making it difficult to break them.
With ceramic, itâs easy to keep everything very clean, and, unlike other materials, ceramic doesnât absorb chemicals or the taste of rancid food. Ceramic is especially great for wet food, because it significantly reduces the smell that tends to linger afterward. All our products are dishwasher safe, which is very important, because the heat from the dishwasher kills any yucky stuff. This is particularly good for outdoor pets. Food bowls left outside tend to attract insects and rodents, even when empty, because they contain microscopic bits of food. This can become very unsanitary and may cause your pet to become ill.
Unlike plastic or stainless steel, the heaviness of our ceramic bowl means that your pet can eat without having the bowl slide around, which is a very frustrating experience for animals that donât have the option of using hands to hold things still. Also, some mischievous pets have been known hide their food bowl if itâs light and easy enough for them to pick up. Well, they wonât be able to do that with our ceramic bowls. For puppies and canines who like to chew on bowls, our ceramic bowls have another advantage in that they are not able to be chewed. Because of this, you can feel secure knowing that your pet wonât have bits of plastic lodged in their intestines as a result of gnawing on the bowl.
Nancy Baird, owner of Creature Comforts in San Rafael, Calif., has been in the pet product business since 1990 and has designed well over 400 products. It all started when she wanted a different collar and leash than was available at the time for her chocolate Labrador. She covered an existing leash in a floral print fabric and discovered that many other dog owners wanted these leashes for their pooches. Thus, Creature Comforts was born.
Creature Comforts offers a variety of pet products from ceramic bowls amp; treat jars to all-natural, tasty human-grade treats with fun names, such as Kitty Catbernet or the Oprah List-approved Poochi Sushi. Creature Comforts has been featured in many gift guides from publications, such as Modern Dog, Redbook and Womanâs Day, to TV shows, such as The Today Show. Creature Comfortsâ products are sold nationwide by high-end retailers such as Neiman Marcus and Vineyard Vines, specialty retailers like Orvis, as well as pet boutiques like Tails in the City.
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