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Where Do You Put Your Pet's Dishes?

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Spiderlove Spiderlove 6 years
Food and water in the kitchen, and a water bowl in the bedroom, since they sleep with us at night!
runningesq runningesq 6 years
in the basement. and when it flooded, the cats wouldn't go in the water (it wasn't very deep) to get to their food/ water dishes. they'd rather starve to death, apparently, then get their little paws wet. :P
insanitypepper insanitypepper 6 years
The garage. My dog is a very messy eater and drinker.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
I keep my dogs food and water bowls in the dining room. Their cute ceramic bowls that came with a doggie table that lift them off the floor. We have to wash the water bowls daily because I mix a prescription dental rinse with their water once a day. The food bowls get cleaned every few days too.
kitkatherine kitkatherine 6 years
aw.... i just move my puppy's water bowl around. at dinner, it's in the kitchen with her food. when she's in the living room with us, her water bowl travels.
I have dog dishes in all three of my bathrooms>>kitchen, great room, screened porches and deck!! I do have four dogs and fresh water is one of the best things for them>the dishes are washed every other day and they are rinsed out with fresh water many times a day. They only eat and drink out of ceramic bowls after the plastic scare. Do I love my dogs? You betcha
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