Nourish your fur baby in stylish dog bowls that complement both your home and their personality! Choose from an array of materials, sizes, and designs – there’s sure to be one perfect for every pup in the bunch!
Avoid plastic dishes that can easily become scratched as these small scratches may harbor harmful bacteria and organisms, potentially posing health threats to your dog! This could potentially have devastating repercussions for their wellbeing!
Stainless steel dog bowls feature an elegant design that fits in well with most home decors, while being durable, hygienic, and easy to maintain. Available in different sizes with some featuring rubber or silicone feet to prevent the bowl from moving during feeding sessions, stainless steel dog bowls make an excellent addition to your pet’s feeding time!
Stainless steel bowls offer several advantages over ceramic and plastic alternatives when it comes to dog dining bowls: they’re chew-proof, making them the ideal option for dogs that like playing with their food or pushing their bowl around. Unfortunately, stainless steel is more costly than its alternatives.
Stainless steel pet bowls may not come in various designs or colors, but they remain an economical solution that will outlive its usefulness for years. Some even come with ridges designed to encourage slow eating habits and bite size reduction. This helps digest their food more easily while decreasing risk for stomach issues. Some bowls are even portable or collapsible for convenient car trips!
These bowls, handcrafted by artisans using stoneware clay that has been wheel thrown and hand carved, each bowl is truly one-of-a-kind, making it one of a kind! Not only are these beautiful pieces great to look at but they are food, microwave and dishwasher safe as well. Plus, this company supports animal rehabilitation facilities through purchases made.
This ceramic dog bowl set’s heavyweight design makes it difficult for your pup to jostle during dinnertime, helping prevent spills and mess. Customers love its sturdiness as well as that it doesn’t feature rings or feet that could be chewed off during eating. Customers rave about both qualities!
This bowl features a fun polka dot pattern to bring some colorful flair into your dog’s mealtime experience, and its unique sculptural design goes beyond aesthetics: with its raised bone-shape interior forcing your pup to eat around it instead of eating as quickly. Slowing the pace of eating and decreasing overeating are among the main goals.
Glass dog bowls offer a contemporary aesthetic. Just be sure to purchase from reliable manufacturers with top-grade materials; look for ones made with borosilicate glass which naturally resists heat, is safe for food and water consumption, and hand blown by craftspeople so each bowl will be unique and slightly different from its neighbor.
If your pup is an active eater, choose one of these dishes with non-skid bases to prevent spills and mess from their wagging tail and act as a mat to hold their bowl in place.
If your pup wolfs down his food in seconds, try switching up their feeding regimen with a slow feeder dish. These bowls feature ridged or raised patterns along their bases that make it harder for pets to eat at an uncontrolled rate, potentially decreasing bloat and stomach issues.
Plastic bowls tend to be the least costly option when it comes to dog bowls, as they’re lightweight and readily available at any store carrying basic dog supplies.
These bowls also come in an assortment of colors to coordinate with any home decor and include non-slip bases to prevent them from moving during mealtime.
If your flat-faced dog (also known as brachycephalic dog) has difficulty reaching their food due to short muzzles and noses, consider getting them an elevated feeder. These dishes rest at 15-degree slant so they cannot quickly consume their meal; forcing them to chew slowly as well as possibly helping prevent bloat or other digestive problems.