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Hello! I have two husky mixes, both approximately 50 lbs, give or take. I am wanting to buy them a couple of new food bowls. I like the bella bowls by loving pets. I have been looking on amazon, and the designs I like are only available in large,  not extra large. For those that have bella bowls, would large be big enough for a husky? A lot of the reviews I have read on amazon state the bowls are smaller then they seem. 

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i use a normal steel dog bowl if i need to slow dog down i get a 3 tennis ball sied lumps of rounded water worn rock from a local river boil them for 10 20 mins then put in bowl

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Find out the ounces of the bowls. My stainless steel ones are 64 oz and seem to be fine. I use 2 food bowls and 2 water bowls for my 2 Huskies. It all works out great!!


~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~

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Thanks for all the replies! My two dogs are slow eaters, don't have to worry about slow feeder bowls. I am looking for stainless steel, my one husky mix decided to eat part of his plastic bowl... I have a couple glass bowls, but they are a bit too small. I like the bella bowls because they are stainless steel on the inside, and plastic on the outside with nice designs. I have a few size small for when my dogs were puppies so I know the quality of the bowls. 

I have decided to buy one large size in a design I like, and an extra large one in a random design just to compare the size. If the large is big enough, I will pick up a few more. 

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3 hours ago, ShyLoh said:

Thanks for all the replies! My two dogs are slow eaters, don't have to worry about slow feeder bowls. I am looking for stainless steel, my one husky mix decided to eat part of his plastic bowl... I have a couple glass bowls, but they are a bit too small. I like the bella bowls because they are stainless steel on the inside, and plastic on the outside with nice designs. I have a few size small for when my dogs were puppies so I know the quality of the bowls. 

I have decided to buy one large size in a design I like, and an extra large one in a random design just to compare the size. If the large is big enough, I will pick up a few more. 

try a  steel mixing bowl

https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/mixing---measuring/sainsburys-home-mixing-bowl-large-131471961-p

something like that

 

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Hey everyone! Just an update. I ordered and received both the large and x-large bella bowls off amazon and I must say, there is not a huge size difference. I went to a pet store and I came across the medium size bowl too I have the small size also. For anyone looking at getting a good quality bowl and wondering the size....

 

Small would be good for a cat or small breed puppy

Medium would be perfect for a large breed puppy or small full size dog

Large is a great size for medium-large breed dogs (such as huskies, labs, collies, shepherds)

X-large is a great size for large breeds of dogs, but it isn't too big for medium breeds, depending on the amount of food you feed. 

 

My Shiloh is using the x-large one right now, until her large size comes in. She gets between 1.5 - 3 cups in the bowl at a time, but the bowl easily holds 9 cups of kibble or so. This bowl would be the perfect size for raw fed diets. 

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