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    Elevated Dog Bowls

    In addition to the potential health benefits of elevated dog bowls, our designer bowls also make great pet home decor! Our raised pet bowls are made of heavy, tip-resistant polyresin with a dishwasher safe inner bowl suitable for food or water.

    Products (5)

    31 reviews

    Santa Fe Elevated Dog Bowl

    21 reviews

    Summit Elevated Dog Bowl

    12 reviews

    Terrazzo Elevated Dog Bowl

    6 reviews

    Jackson Elevated Dog Bowl


    Stainless Steel Bowl for Elevated Stands

    Bowls that match your style

    Stylish and functional. Whatever your style — modern, contemporary, traditional, rustic — there’s a bowl well-suited for your decor.

    Sizes that fit your pet

    Your pet is one of a kind! Full and mid-height stands, large and small capacities available. Choose a bowl that suits your pet.

    Anti-tip, anti-slide, easy cleaning

    Our polyresin bowl stands are heavy and hard to tip. Stainless steel inserts are easy to clean. A great alternative to ceramic or plastic.

    From our customers

    “You guys are absolutely awesome. The bowl meets and exceeds my expectations. Thank you very much.”
    – Elaine V.
    Frequently Asked Questions about Elevated Dog Bowls
    Does my dog need an elevated bowl?
    Many dogs may find it easier to eat from a bowl that is elevated. Older and senior dogs, tall large dogs, and dogs with limited mobility may see benefits from using a raised dog bowl. Some picky eaters may show an increase in appetite, and some dogs may just like it better!
    How tall should my elevated bowl be?
    It depends. Every dog is different and can benefit from different size bowls. Your dog should be able to eat without straining their neck too far up or too far down.
    Are raised dog bowls dangerous for some pets?
    If your dog has a history of bloat (GDV) or is a deep-chested dog with a high risk of bloat, be sure to consult your veterinarian. Some cases of bloat have been possibly linked to elevated dog bowls and excessive quick eating in very large or high risk breeds. When in doubt, ask your vet!
    Can my dog tip an elevated bowl?
    Our bowls are designed to be difficult to tip. But dogs are full of surprises! Always monitor your pet while they are eating.
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