Recently adopted a pit boxer mix , I should've went up a bowl size. Over all great product nice bowls and thick plastic holders that holds up to my dog being so excited sending the bowls flying .
Our new puppy loves his new double dog bowls for his food and water. He gets excited once these bowls are filled. It is beautiful and durable. I highly recommend this to everyone. The price was very reasonable. It is a product that will last for a long time.
I was skeptical at first, but the stability of these bowls have really stopped the sloshing around of the water dish, and are the perfect height for my mini-Doodle.
When this came in, I was shocked at how good the quality was! It looks great,too!
This has helped me to divide the food and water so each dog has access at all times.
Really like this product. The grips on the bottom keep it in one spot pretty well. I love that the bowls are stainless steel so I can wash them and keep things pretty sanitary. One nice thing is the bowls have a ring of grippy silicone around the underside lip to keep them from sliding around too much in the melamine holder itself. The melamine holder is also top-rack dishwasher safe. The whole product also looks nice and sleek sitting on the floor. I would definitely recommend this stand w/ bowls.
This turned out to be the perfect size for my dog! Durable material.
Exactly as advertised. Easy clean up. Good product.
The stand appears pretty sturdy so far. One of our Westies likes to push the food bowl around, a LOT. While that’s a dog thing that some do, he was a little violent about slamming it into things and spilling food. The stand stops him from doing that and he hasn’t mentioned it ;-). I am using our old stainless bowls, since the bowls that come with are a little small, which I knew, but it’s great that our old bowls fit.
It is very very small I was expecting it to be much bigger but I guess that's on me for not paying closer attention to the size charts but other wise seems very nice will be fine for my puppy for now but will have to buy something bigger when he gets older