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Quick Lock™ Crock

Lixit

Removable Food and Water Bowl

Easily attaches to wire cages, kennels, crates, carrier doors, etc. Fits vertical or horizontal wire. Heavy-duty, easy to clean and dishwasher safe.

Great for birds, ferrets and rabbits.



Item # Description Price Each Qty
L8-J1 Quick Lock™ Crock, 40 oz (for Large Dogs) Each $7.69
 
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L8-Q1 Quick Lock™ Crock, 10 oz Each $4.49
 
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L8-Q2 Quick Lock™ Crock, 20 oz Each $5.29
 
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 - Monday, January 06, 2014
Good for most
Reviewed By:  Northern farmer (Cook, MN) 
This kennel bowl is great!!! Only problem we had was with a springer pup we had that suffered from anxiety. He CHEWED them off the kennel in a short period of time. Our other dog? Not a problem!

 - Friday, April 13, 2012
Great Choice for Breeders
Reviewed By:  Jamie Wing (Silvana, WA) 
I bought a few of these I love them! I am a Breeder of Miniature Dachshunds & I keep my Females with New Born Puppies safely Crated to keep my other Dogs from bothering Mom with her New litter & I use these to supply my new mom with fresh water 24/7 & I do not have to worry about any puppies accidentally drowning in a water bowl! I used to have to continually offer mom water often then remove the bowl to not risk a drowning which can happen if left unattended. I use the 20oz for food & the 40oz for plenty of fresh water & they are easy to attach to Crate & stay secure. My dog always has food & water with No spills & puppies are safe. I highly recommend these Crocks. Jamie W. WA

 - Friday, October 14, 2011
Not for small animals
Reviewed By:  Laurie (Fredericksburg, VA) 
these are durable bowls that definitely can help with those animals that tip over regular bowls, like feral cats that are crated for a few days after spay/neuter surgery. The only problem is that the bowl mounts above the clamp, so if it is a small animal, even if you mount it at the very bottom of the crate, the height of the bowl may be too high for the animal to use easily. So I don't recommend it for kittens and similar small animals.
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