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Keep your furry friend’s water fresh and cool for hours with this clever, ceramic pet bowl. Soak it in water for 60 seconds and the porous surface absorbs it quickly—leaving the outside dry and activating the cooling effect. As an added aesthetic detail the black, matte exterior doubles as a chalkboard you can write on.

  • Materials: 100% ceramic
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Matte black exterior finish with food-safe, white interior
  • Fluid Capacity: Large: 60.9 fl. oz.; Medium: 27.1 fl. oz.
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Medium: 6.06" D x 2.6" H; Large: 7.87" D x 3.15" H
  • Weight: Medium: 0.58 lb.; Large: 0.98 lb.

2 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Love this bowl

5/15/2017 by Carolyn

This bowl is awesome, I just wish the large bowl was larger. I have large dogs and had to buy two.



1/15/2017 by Switch

I agree these bowls are great; slowed my pup down. A bit heavy but wonderful It is neat to see water absorbed by the exterior

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The trick to keeping your pet’s water cool.

About Magisso Happy Pet Project

Cool Pets

These ceramic pet bowls keep your furry friend drinking cool water and eating at a healthy pace.

The ceramic is designed to keep water or food fresh for hours. Soak the bowl in cold water to activate its cooling properties. The porous, ceramic surface absorbs it quickly and the outside becomes dry. Then, when you fill it with food or water, it can stay fresh for hours.

To promote slower eating, built-in 3D designs on the feeding bowls help prevent pets from gulping down their food (which can cause bloat and indigestion).

Happy Pet Project is an award-winning, Finnish design collective that sees opportunity in daily obstacles—creating simple, beautiful solutions to everyday problems. With these pet bowls, the smooth, matte surface isn’t just cooling. It looks nice and even doubles as a chalkboard you can label or decorate.

We humans love Happy Pet Project's ceramic cooling technology and minimalist designs in kitchenware. Now, happily, our pets can take a woof at it.