|Bowl & Storage Feature||Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe||Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe||Elevated, Dishwasher-Safe||Dishwasher-Safe||Dishwasher-Safe|
|Material||Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel, Coated Metal||Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel|
|Breed Size||Giant Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Capacity (Max)||18 Cup/144-oz||10 Cup/80-oz||3 Cup/24-oz, 3-cup/24-oz||1 Cup/8 oz||3 Cup/24-oz|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Adult, Senior||Adult|
When I saw this I thought it was so cute and adorable. The dish itself is wide. And it's elevated sitting on a nice designed metal rack. The only problem is that the little black cat paw that sits in the middle of the dish is rubbing off. And making such a mess on the inside of the dish. I don't know if it is safe to put my baby Tiger's food inside of it. I wish a better paint product was used to make the cat paw. I don't know if it is safe to use. I just got it. I have used it only a couple of days. And now I put it up. I went back to using her old feeding dish. Next time I'll try to find an elevated feeding dish that doesn't have paint on the inside of the dish I'm very disappointed with this dish.
There's a little paw print in the center of the bow that when washed with warm water, started smudging. I took acetone to it and with some elbow grease I was able to remove it. I would remove that before using. The solid color of the bow has not lifted to my knowledge.
Love, love, love the bowl and so do my pups! Purched 3, one for each dog. My Cocker Spaniels use the "metal stands" my Maltese does not.
The bowl stand and bowl itself are decent and has definitely helped my cat’s digestion. However, I have concerns with the paint/coating. When it arrived there was a small chip on the plate, near the rim. I didn’t think anything of it, since it wasn’t somewhere my cat would be directly eating his food off of. However, yesterday I noticed that the paw print on the bowl has smeared and faded, along with the paint around it being scratched up. My cat does not scratch his food bowls either, so I know it isn’t from him. I’m concerned of the bowl chipping and my cat ingesting the paint or coating. I have only hand washed it with a standard sponge. Overall mediocre quality and my search for a wet food bowl continue.
Bought these elevated bowls for our cats. They are quite large for a kitty but do the job nicely. Needed elevated bowls because our robot vacuum kept climbing into the other ones that sat on the floor. These work perfectly for the issue we were having. Just know they are pretty large.
The description clearly says dishwasher safe, but here’s what has happened from one wash a month for less than a year.
about the size of a pie pan, 1st bowl my dog is willing to eat out of in years!
I love that its elevated but most of all that is wide and shallow so no whisker fatigue And metal not plastic
This bowl is too shallow. Looks large but so shallow it’s hard to even carry it without spilling it.
I bought these in May, but did not start using them until September when we finished our kitchen remodel. I have washed them a total of 3 times and they are falling apart. I’m really upset and how little use I got out of these.