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The Phuket [poo-ket] elevated dog feeder is named for the coastal paradise of Thailand as these bowls resemble the ancient temple boxes of the region. The small size is featured in a distressed green finish, the medium is in a distressed red, and the large in a distressed black finish. Color per size, as shown only.

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The Phuket [poo-ket] elevated dog feeder is named for the coastal paradise of Thailand as these bowls resemble the ancient temple boxes of the region. The small size is featured in a distressed green finish, the medium is in a distressed red, and the large in a distressed black finish. Color per size, as shown only.

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The Phuket [poo-ket] elevated dog feeder is named for a coastal paradise in Thailand, as these bowls resemble architectural elements of the region The Phuket [poo-ket] elevated dog feeder is named for the coastal paradise of Thailand as these bowls resemble the ancient temple boxes of the region. The small size is featured in a distressed green finish, the medium is in a distressed red, and the large in a distressed black finish. Color per size, as shown only.

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The Phuket [poo-ket] elevated dog feeder is named for the coastal paradise of Thailand as these bowls resemble the ancient temple boxes of the region. The small size is featured in a distressed green finish, the medium is in a distressed red, and the large in a distressed black finish. Color per size, as shown only.

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An emphasis on adopting pets from shelters became a focus of the show in 2014 as well. A total of 33 shelters from 18 states and the territory of supplied shelter animals (dogs, cats, hamsters, etc.) for the Puppy Bowl. All the animals on the show (except for the penguins) are shelter animals, and usually all are adopted by the time the show airs. Throughout the program, updates on the status of each of the adopted puppies was given. Throughout the program, however, the adoption journey of Rosie (now named Scout), a three-month-old Chihuahua/terrier mix, was followed from her arrival at the shelter to her life with her new family.