My cats love to put their paws in their water bowl for various cat reasons. They still sometimes paw at their water with this setup, but it's virtually impossible for them to be able to tip over the bowls when they're in this solid metal framework, which is really heavy and stable. I still keep the bowls on a waterproof feeding mat, but so far no bowls have been tipped, so the water outside the bowls has been much more manageable. I was surprised that this product was as solid as it was given the reasonable price.
This elevated feed stand is just perfect for my cat. It's really sturdy and the dishes hold just the right amount of food and water
I have multiple cats and this feeder is great for them. Good bowl size and height and I like that the stand is pretty heavy so it doesn't move around.
After chewing up an old plastic bowl set these were just what we needed. The rubberized band muffles all the metal on metal noise. The metal bowls are easy to keep clean as well.
I was surprised to see it was smaller and lower in person. But I decided to keep it anyways because it measures to the exact amount of food she eats per day, except that she will need extra water served.
The bowels are lower than i expected them to be. My cat suffers from neuropathy due to her diabetes and wanted something to support her while trying to stand. the bowels also seem to be low quality, and the rubber bands around the bowels are definitely falling off.
I bought one for the cats and one for the puppy. Easy to clean and a good height for all of them.
This set is solid and well-made. The bowls are generous for a smaller dog, but just the right size for water. The bowls slide in easily and have a ring of silicon (?) just under the rim so that they don't clatter. I recommend.
My cat Molly loves her new raised bowl. It is very well made and easy to clean. I feel it was a great value.
Nicely designed with good build quality perfect height and size for our puppy. The bad news....puppy quickly discovered how to take his filled water dish out and flip it into the air. It's become one of his favorite games, sigh. Not the fault of the product in any way but if you have a very precocious puppy, a drop in design may not work.