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Zoo Med Glow-Bowls, Small

by Zoo Med
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$8.99
SKU WFC-20G

Looking for a fun addition to your pet's enclosure? Try Zoo Med Glow-Bowls!

Every reptile owner knows how important it is to provide a food dish for their pet reptile. Food dishes provide a designated place where reptiles know that it's time to eat, and keeps food off the ground to help prevent contamination.

All but the driest reptiles need an appropriately-sized water dish in their enclosure. Ready access to fresh, clean water is an important part of making sure that your pet stays hydrated. Chronic dehydration is one of the most common problems in pet reptiles — particularly "arid" species like bearded dragons and leopard geckos. Providing a water dish in their enclosure helps make sure your pet stays healthy.

Zoo Med Glow-Bowls are made to be almost indestructible for longevity, and they have a smooth, non-porous surface to help prevent bacteria from building up. Plus, they glow in the dark!

This product is made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic!

Instructions for Use:

Reptile food and water dishes must be cleaned and disinfected regularly in order to prevent bacterial build-up. Uneaten food should be removed after 12 hours and water should be replaced daily.

To make the bowls glow, you will need to "charge" them by holding them near a bright light for a few minutes.

Zoo Med Glow-Bowls, Small are best suited for small reptiles such as leopard geckos, african fat-tailed geckos, fire skinks, young tortoises, other similarly-sized animals.

Dimensions:

Food dish — 0.75" x 5" x 5.5"

Water dish — 1" x 5" x 5.5" 

FAQ

1. How long does the glowing effect last for?

It depends on how long they are "charged" for, but it can last from 5 - 10 minutes.

2. Is the plastic harmful?

No, the plastic used to make these dishes is completely non-toxic and safe for your pet. Plus, they're made 100% from recycled plastic!

3. Can feeder insects escape from this bowl?

These are not escape-proof dishes; they do have a slight texture to the surface, which means bugs could escape.


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