A good dog dish can help dogs big and small eat healthier—whether that means slowing down or aligning their bodies for better digestion. Here are our top picks across the board.
From digestive issues to back and neck pain to even diseases like Canine Megaesophagus, dog feeding dishes and stations can prevent a lot of problems—and can even help you keep your floor clean from messy eaters.
A lot of dog owners don’t realize that the way a dog eats can affect their pooch’s health. So, whether you’re looking for feeding bowls, elevated stations, or even upright seats, there’s sure to be a helpful pick for you and your dog in our list.
Best Elevated Dog Dish: Pawfect Pets ($50)
If your dog has problems with neck strain or bloating from swallowing too much air, then the Pawfect Pets Elevated Dog Dish is a great pick, no matter the size of the pup! With heights of either 4 inches or 12 inches, your small or large dog won’t have to bend over when he eats.
If your dog has arthritis, ease their pain during dinner with the Pawfect Pets. Their digestive health will also improve without the stress of craning their necks. Not only is it great for health, but it’s also sturdy so you don’t have to worry about your dog knocking it over. There are silicone rings around the openings of where the bowls go, which prevents leaking through the stand or movement of bowls—creating a secure and clean feeding area.
While the Pawfect Pets is great for health and stability, there are other great options out there, especially if you want more functionality. If you like the idea of an elevated feeding station and you want to take advantage of the space below the bowls, check out the IRIS Elevated Feeder for your small, medium, or large pup. The IRIS is a plastic, airtight box that holds your dog’s food in the base while holding bowls in the lid.
Best Dog Dish for Messy Dogs: OURPG ($12)
Elevated dog stations like the Pawfect Pets are great for helping dogs get to their food at the right height, but what a bowl that will help with the actual eating? The OURPG bowl helps dogs get all their food without the dog knocking the bowl…
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