Dog Food Bowls | eat slow pet dishes, elevated feeders, ceramic and stainless steel pet bowls
Because of the melamine issue I also tried out a stainless steel slow feeder. We tried the Durapet Stainless Steel Slo Feeder (Small). I ordered it off of Amazon for $12.00. This bowl gets one out of five paws…and only because its the only stainless steel option do I rate it at all. I prefer to use stainless steel dog bowls from a safety and sanitary perspective but from the perspective of slowing down Turnip’s eating pace…it made little to no difference at all. I don’t recommend this bowl.
With three center standing posts inside the bowl, the slow feed dog bowl minimizes fast eating while offering dogs a little fun at feeding time. In three sizes, the brake-fast bowl works with dry or wet dog food, holding up to 8 cups of kibble in the large bowl, 5 cups in the medium bowl, and 1.5 cups in the small bowl. Made from stainless steel or dishwasher-safe plastic, this dog bowl features a no-slip bottom surface and a no-tip rounded edge. In fanciful colors to suit any canine, the brake-fast slow feed dog bowl snaps into the brake-fast elevated dog feeder, which is sold separately.
No-Skid, Stainless Steel Slow Feed Dog Bowls $23 99 Save $16
No-Skid, Stainless Steel Slow Feed Dog Bowls ..
Dog bowls are not about enhancing home decor, but the Pets Slow Feeder dog bowl does just that and more. Featuring melamine and silicone materials, a sleek design, and non-skid bottom, this Slow Feeder is dishwasher safe and sturdy enough to hold enough to feed up to large dog breeds. Available in off-white or soft pastels, the dog bowl prevents Fido from wolfing down his kibble by utilizing three center posts to encourage food chasing. Stylish enough to leave out all day, the Martha Stewart Slow Feeder is an elegant departure from standard stainless steel bowls. We’ve combined a raised feeding station with a slow-down bowl of our own. This is a kitten-sized stainless steel food cup inside the dog’s stainless bowl. It looks identical to #3 above…we stick it to the bottom of the bowl with some peanut butter for the big man to lick up. 🙂One thing I’d like to add is while this was one of our favorite slow feeder bowls ours cracked when my mother dropped it. It’s not as durable as the stainless steel bowls and some of the other plastic bowls we’ve used. The Martha Stewart bowl is made of a hard plastic that apparently is not too durable. If you do decide to purchase this dog bowl make sure your careful not to drop it.There are a wide number and types of dog bowls on the market today. Stainless steel, plastic, silicone, ceramic, stoneware, bamboo, non-skid, slow-feeding, non-spill, and yes, even automated portion-sized ones. However, with so many options out there, how is one suppose to decide which one to get?