Zoo Med Combo Reptile Rock Food and Water Dish, Small

This combination feeding dish and water dish is stackable for easy storage and made from durable materials that hold up to the most extreme abuse. Colored to look like natural rock.

Product Features

  • Colors may vary
  • Combination feeding dish and water dish
  • Made from durable materials
  • Colored to look like natural rock

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to Zoo Med Combo Reptile Rock Food and Water Dish, Small

  1. John F. Peters "John Peters" says:

    perfect for any cold-blooded critter! I have two bearded dragons and a leopard gecko and these dishes are the perfect size for feeding them. they are a great deal and are great water/food dishes. One thing I would like to note is that insects (wax worms or meal worms) can crawl out of these bowls quite easily. They are natural looking compared to other bowls, and the more animals you have the more bowls you need so getting two bowls together is various colors like these is a really great deal. I would absolutely recommend these!

  2. Rawr says:

    It’s pretty good… The price is pretty good for 2 dishes. I’ve been looking for a plastic food dish for my tortoise for a while now,but they never came high enough for him. Most food dishs were either too low for him (like he’d get stuck in them if he crawled into it) or they were way too small. These are pretty good sizes. I do wish the water dish was a little bigger,but other than that I’m pretty happy with this purchase.

  3. Kathy Williamson says:

    Good bathing spot This was a good purchase for me since my beardy didn’t like to bathe much in the sink or tub. He spends almost his whole day in the dish now! HA HA

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