How is Chowtime Productions pottery made?
Chowtime Productions pottery is made in The Woodlands, Texas by American designer Alyson Whitney.
Each piece is hand-painted, with every color applied 3-4 times to achieve the strong, opaque colors
which create Chowtime Production’s signature look. Then they are bisque fired in the kiln, glazed
in a handmade-lead-free glaze, and fired a second time to 1946 degrees.
Are Chowtime Productions pottery foodsafe?
Yes. All pieces are glazed only with lead-free glaze and are pet safe.
Can I put Chowtime Productions pottery in the dishwasher?
Yes. Each piece is fully hand dipped in glaze, so they will not
be damaged by water. However, we highly suggest that you
hand wash to preserve these special pieces.
Will the piece I order look exactly like the photo?
Similar, but not exactly the same. Since every Chowtime Productions
piece is hand-painted, no two pieces are exactly alike. There are always
minor variations in color and design from piece to piece. These variations
are the hallmark of fine hand-painted pottery. We would like to point out
that the color in the photos may vary from computer to computer. Not all
computer monitors are calibrated to the same standard, so the product
you receive may vary slightly in color from the photo on your monitor.
If you have any questions or concerns about colors please feel free to
contact me at: 713-446-2352, or email: email@example.com.
If your dog has long ears and facial hair, why not get a sing raised feeder with a dog water bowl and a dog food bowl?
This will allow it ears and hair enough space to hang down the sides of the feeder, without them getting
dunked in the other dog feeding bowls and it will be more comfortable for your pet.
Single-bowl feeders also give you the option to have the dog food bowls in different
areas of your home. Dogs with a pug face need a wide shallow bowl, so they can easily get
the food into their mouth. Heavy ceramic dog bowls, with an inward turned rim, are good for
older animals that may have difficulty ingesting their food.
After giving all this careful thought to your pet’s needs, you can now sit back and consider the best type of personalized dog bowls
for you to fill and clean. I think the choice really is between stainless steel and ceramic painted dog bowls. Stainless steel has the
advantage of being lighter and unbreakable should you happen to drop it on the ceramic floor tiles in your kitchen. This would be
a good choice if you have limited wrist or hand mobility because of arthritis.
On the other hand, the weight of ceramic dog bowls make them more stable for a large or elderly dog to use and stops them
getting pushed around the feeding room. Most modern ceramic dog bowls can be popped into the dishwasher without any
problem and ceramic dog material is very durable and chip-proof.
Well, now you have some idea of what to look for in order to give your pet the care and attention it deserves. If you
spend a few minutes looking at our pet store online her at flairofthedog.com, you will soon find the type of
stainless, raised or ceramic dog bowls that will be just perfect for you and your dog.