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 Post subject: Got some nice bowls for our cockers.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2017 7:34 pm 
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Hi all,

Hope it's ok to post this here. The products for cockers section doesn't seem very busy.

I had a decent food bowl for Ruger, but after adopting Buddy I started looking for more bowls suited for long eared dogs. I came across a few options and decided to splurge on some nice ones. Received them today and love them! I ordered them from Kris Campbell Pottery on etsy. She did a custom order for me, so if you don't see what you're looking for, just message her.

I got three medium size bowls - 1 for Ruger, 1 for Buddy, 1 for water. I think they are beautiful. Below are some pics. It seems like they will keep their ears out of the bowl better so they'll get less food and water on them. Just wanted to share as I love promoting smaller businesses.

Another product I want to give a shoutout to is Liquid Vet Joint Support. Seems to really help Ruger's luxating patella.


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 Post subject: Re: Got some nice bowls for our cockers.
PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2017 3:41 pm 
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Thanks for the link. These two are just so cute. I never get enough of Ruger's pictures. My hubby thinks he is just the most adorable cocker ever. Buddy is such a cute, curly little butterball. :lol

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 Post subject: Re: Got some nice bowls for our cockers.
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Cici wrote:
Thanks for the link. These two are just so cute. I never get enough of Ruger's pictures. My hubby thinks he is just the most adorable cocker ever. Buddy is such a cute, curly little butterball. :lol


Thank you so much Cici! Although I feel a bit weird saying thank you since I'm not responsible for their good looks. :lol2
Your husband has good taste! Ruger is my sweetie that made me love cockers. He is so incredibly loyal and loving. I think he's the most adorable cocker too. Buddy is the second most adorable. :raz
Funny you call Buddy a butterball as we've called him the same. He is a good boy, lots of energy for a soon-to-be 10 yr old. So cute and I think happy in his new home, albeit a little confusing.

Here are a few more pics for you. No telling if they'll be right side up as they come out wonky no matter what I do.


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 Post subject: Re: Got some nice bowls for our cockers.
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:love I will reciprocate!

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