Elevated feeders are awesome for a few reasons: they eliminate the slipping and sliding of bowls over your floors at mealtime, they make breakfast and dinner more comfortable for larger dogs or dogs who strain their necks and joints by bending so low, and their design tends to keep things a bit less messy.
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Dogs will certainly be living the high life with a pair of these elevated porcelain bowls. Each tower includes a stainless steel dish, which is easy to remove, clean, and refill with the finest bottles of chilled Evian water.
Large breeds may start small, but puppies grow like the proverbial weed. With non-skid feet and 3 sets of legs, this feeder makes it simple to swap them out and raise the height as your puppy gets bigger. As they learn their dinner manners, the raised lip around the rim will keep messes at bay, too.
When your pantry lacks sufficient space for a bulky bag of dog food, it helps to conceal it in plain sight. The top of this elevated feeder doubles as a lid for the storage container below, and latches shut to keep prying noses out and preserve the freshness within.
These uniquely colored stainless steel bowls come nestled in a variety of elevated feeder sizes. The clean lines err on the side of simplicity for all the minimalist mutts out there, and the bowls themselves are dishwasher-safe with a removable rattle-free rim.
Fans of wood (or in this case, bamboo) accents will be pleased with this modern elevated feeder. It’s designed to resist mold and mildew growth by allowing airflow beneath the bowls, and is guaranteed un-tippable by even the rowdiest of dogs. We have a feeling you’ll also be happy with the tiny non-slip feet that protect your floors against scratches.
On more than one occasion I’ve soaked my sock and my floor by accidentally kicking my dog’s water bowl. The Neater Feeder claims to be “kick-proof” and spill-proof, though, so your own socks will thank you. Any displaced water drains into the basin underneath, while food remains at the top. Both pieces separate easy for cleaning messes and sloppy strings of drool.
Nothing says sleek like smooth metal accents, and this aluminum elevated feeder with stainless steel bowls adds a little something to any kitchen. They’re the exact opposite of bulky with an easy-to-clean surface, and the aluminum itself is color-infused so it won’t chip over time.