We have dog bowls to help pets that gobble down their food quickly and make a huge mess. Our “Not So Fast” dog food bowls have a raised circle in the middle, making it a little more challenging for your dog to get his food, forcing him to slow down.
Is your dog aging or injured?
We have a wide selection of elevated dog feeders for your pet. Raised dog dishes make the eating position more comfortable for your dog by bringing the food and water higher and closer to their mouths. These are a great option for aging, injured or arthritic dogs.
The elevated bowls also come in double diner options to keep food and water in one organized place.
Is your dog your travel buddy?
We have a pet food container that can hold up to 14 pounds of food for your road trip. We also have a great selection of travel or collapsible bowls for dogs and other dog feeding accessories that will make your travels together easier for you.
How big of a dog water bowl do you need?
Most people know how much food their dog bowls need to hold, thanks to feeding amount charts on dog food bags or “friendly” reminders from your vet. But knowing how much water to give your dog each morning is less obvious.
Each day, dogs drink about one ounce of water per pound of their body weight. So if you have a 25-pound dog, make sure your water bowl holds at least 25 ounces of water. That would mean a one-liter bowl would work well for you.