|Bowl & Storage Feature||Elevated, Dishwasher-Safe, Double||Elevated, Dishwasher-Safe, Double||Elevated, Non-Skid, Double...||Elevated, Dishwasher-Safe||Elevated, Dishwasher-Safe|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel, Steel||Metal, Plastic, Stainless Steel, Melamine|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds, Giant Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Capacity (Max)||8 Cup / 64 oz||1.5 Cup / 12 oz||—||3 Cup/24-oz||3-cup; 24-oz|
|Tools Included||No Tools Required||—||No Tools Required||—||No Tools Required|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Kitten, Adult||Adult||Puppy, Adult||Adult||Adult|
I first purchased one of these when I temporarily fostered a dog and didn't want to spend a lot of money. Now I have 4 of them for my dogs (I am a foster fail 3 times over). They are a nice height, the bowls are good. The stands are lightweight, so I put one side against a wall. And dogs as large as mine can move any stand, so I am totally fine with how light they are. The are fabulous for travel since they stack.
We just transitioned our puppy to these bowls we bought a while back and noticed after the first time she ate from them how obnoxious they are because the bowls do not seat properly in the base and jingle around because there is no rim protection. There are no "grips" on the base anywhere so she pushes it around the kitchen constantly. I would absolutely return this. We love the concept of simple elevated bowls but this is not the one unless you like to have your morning coffee next to a freight train rolling by.
I loved this elevated bowl for the first few months with it, but noticed a bit of rust on the inside of one of the bowls. Little disappointed since we’ve only had it for about 3 months now.
Not too much to write about on a product such as this. The one thing that is poor is that the two rings that hold the dog dishes are not the same diameter. One side is fine, the other is too small making that particular dish flop around. Not good for water.
They could be a little sturdier but they work just fine. They stay in place while the dog eats and there is no under cup to have to keep clean to catch excess food scraps. A good buy.
I really like the design of this, I have a great pyranees mix that needed a taller bowl, and this is perfect height wise right now (though he's technically still a puppy). The bowls do make a little noise hitting the stand while he's eating but it's not that bad. Only thing I hadn't thought through when I bought it is that he's a pretty sloppy eater, so food and water ends up all over the floor if I don't put a mat under it. Overall I really like the look of this though! Classic/modern style works well in our space
Our border collie loves this Raised Food & Water dish. Good size bowls!
The stand is ok, but the bowls are of poor quality metal. They are too light/not sturdy enough to stay in place and therefore make eating difficult. My shepherd/husky mix is now avoiding finishing her food (a first!) because the bowl moves around too much. Bowls already look discolored. Disappointing.
The bowl stand was okay. It's light, fairly rigid, and keeps the bowls off the ground. The bowls themselves had a metallic residue that I couldn't eliminate even after multiple washes. The dog tasted the water from one of the bowls, and avoided it afterwards.
I was moving and had to pack the elevated bowls stands away. I need to get 3 until my movers brought my stuff. The picture showed a large dog, so I ordered 3. One was excellent and I am using for my little dog. For any dog larger than a small dog these are too low. Looking at the picture I thought they would work for my 2 larger dogs. They sat to low so what I did I put the dogs bowls on a box for the correct height for them. Once my stuff came I was happy to use my older elevated bowl holders. I did give the two other stands to friends with small dogs and they really like them.