|Bowl & Storage Feature||Elevated, Dishwasher-Safe||Dishwasher-Safe, Elevated||Dishwasher-Safe, Elevated||Dishwasher-Safe, Elevated||Elevated, Double, Non-Skid...|
|Material||Stainless Steel, Metal||Stainless Steel, Metal||Stainless Steel, Wood, Metal||Stainless Steel, Steel, Metal||Stainless Steel, Metal|
|Breed Size||Medium Breeds, Small Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds||Giant Breeds|
|Capacity (Max)||3-cup; 24-oz per bowl||5 Cup / 40 oz||3 Cup / 24 oz||1.5 Cup / 12 oz||7-cup; 56-oz per bowl|
|Assembly Required||No, N/A||No||No||No||Yes|
|Tools Included||No Tools Required||—||—||—||No|
I got one of this for my puppy, and I thought it was great. However, months later, I couldn’t figure out what was causing a odor in my kitchen. I have OCD so it’s clean and I throw things away on time. When I went to clean this stand after cleaning the bowls, when I lifted the stand to clean the metal base, black water started flowing out one of the bases. There’s no way to see where the water is even coming in from, so I can’t stop it going forward. So I’m now in search for a new stand for him, but I’m paranoid about buying one with a plastic top and metal base due to what happened with this one. It seems like I’ll have to shell out a lot of money to get ones not like that. I don’t know. But yeah, I wouldn’t recommend this one.
I purchased the 7 cup and 3 cup sizes for my dogs. They looked nice and seemed to be working until I noticed a puddle on the floor. The 7 cup bowl had two puncture holes in it where the name (Frisco) is stamped. Unfortunately, I didn't notice this before it damaged our hard wood floor.
At first my older pit bull would not eat out of it. I had heard from friends to just leave it and she would get used to it. She started taking the food out and putting it on the floor but then one day she gobbled up her food and has loved it ever since. I even tried her old bowl to see and she chose the elevated dish!! It was great. She eats better now.
It is perfect for her, she is a Pug, and I was afraid it might be too high!! The only drawback, the bowls are stainless steel, luckily I had one glass bowl that fits. I say this because I heat her dogfood. Yes, I spoil her, but someone dumped her at Lowe's and I found her with the help of a Lowe's employee. No one claimed her and she was not microchipped; almost 10 years and she's doing well.
I like this design, but it really isn't suited for my 40 lb dog. Although the description, dimensions and picture make it seem appropriate, it is too small. I wish I had not thrown out the box, as I would return it.
Filled both bowls up with water. End of the day came back to 14 cups of water on the floor. Couldn't figure out how a dog would dump water without the tray getting wet - after cleaning it up I watched and saw it's dripping through the letters in the logo of each bowl. Horrible waste
The elevator dog feeder is nice, but it DOESN'T hold three cups as advertised. I have to feed my dog more frequently and the wife has been complaining. I'm disappointed.
It is nice but not a fan of stainless bowls. After they went through the dishwasher at first still had to rewash as there was all this black residue in bowls. Wish they were ceramic. It is a good height. It came in with scratches on the black frame but just took a sharpie and filled in nicks. A little expensive for what I got but it works.
Love this food and water stand for my cat. It's a great height so she doesn't have to bend down to far to eat and drink. Love the color and the gold legs. It is very sturdy. Only minor issue is she tends to spill her water and if it gets inside the metal legs then they rust. So I do my best to keep it very dry. It helps mitigate this issue.
Iam very happy with the purchase of this bowl. Looks neat and clean with dog food and water. Stays in place and works great for y cocker spaniel. He immediately took to the bowl.