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By NoOrdinaryNZer / Monday 27 July 2015 09:25 / New Zealand
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What's wrong with that? My dog eats out of the same bowl for about week before we put it in the dishwasher. Granted it is an actual dog bowl, not just a bowl we take out of the cupboard to feed him.

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We have two dogs and they lick the bowls so clean they look just washed after they eat. Any filth is invisible, so this is completely plausible. (And yes, we wash the bowls daily.)

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Modern society is sickening. People are afraid of a speck of dust, now animals have to be afraid of a speck of dust.

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#44 - You don't have to clean them everyday but you definitely should clean them every so often. It's unhygenic for the dogs otherwise.

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Surely the family would worry about the germs from the dirty bowl multiplying in a cupboard of clean bowls?

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Animals lick themselves clean. I doubt a dirty bowl, one that the animal uses, would be cause for any concern.

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And how is OP so unaware of their surroundings that they don't know which bowl is the dogs? YDI for never having fed the dog before

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It's possible that the OP has fed the dog but that the OP has just always grabbed whatever bowl was clean and not gone hunting for the very specific, but still a human dish located in the human dish cabinet, bowl that the family doesn't wash.

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Sorry I was partially wrong. Here is the OP's response which I found below and have copied and pasted to here for people's ease of access. ""Haha some of these comments are great. Love you guys. To clarify, the bowl the dog uses is different to the rest, but it's still a normal bowl. At night, we feed them dog meat on plates, which then are cleaned, and in the mornings they have biscuits, and one of them has them in a dog bowl, but apparently I'm the only one who washes the bo

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