Durable, elevated pet feeders made from dense wood hardboard
Metal legs with nonskid feet keep pet feeder from shifting
Includes stainless steel bowls for water and canned or dry dog food
Don't be fooled by the clean, understated lines of these heavy-duty, elevated feeders. Constructed from dense wood hardboard with an easy-clean oak veneer finish, these hefty feeders are designed to last! Adjust the metal legs (except small) to maintain ideal feeding height even as your pet grows. Nonskid feet resist shifting. Includes two dishwasher-safe stainless steel bowls. Please specify Diner color.
Colors: Natural or Cherry.
Ideal feeder height: Measure from floor to point of shoulder and select appropriate feeder.
19-7/8" x 9-1/4" x 8-1/2" h
8 cups each
23-3/4" x 12-5/8" x 12" h
12 cups each
*Each adjustment point is in approximately 1 inch increments.Large: 5 adjustment points. XLarge: 8 adjustment points.
Please click on "More Information" for cleaning instructions and the benefits of elevated feeders.
To use Posture Pro Diners, simply extend folded legs.
NOTE: Be mindful of your fingers when extending folded legs or adjusting the height of the feeder. Pinching hazard.
The stainless steel bowls are dishwasher safe. Use a scrub brush to remove dried-on material before placing in dishwasher. The legs can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.
These stainless steel bowls are dishwasher safe but can also be hand washed with hot, soapy water. Rinse thoroughly and dry completely before use. It is a good idea to disinfect the bowls once a week with a weak bleach and water solution before washing. Again, rinse thoroughly and dry completely before use.
Benefits of Elevated Feeders
Veterinarians recommend elevated feeders for dogs and cats because they offer a number of advantages: hygiene and cleanliness, comfort for dogs and cats with arthritis or neck or back problems, and benefits for cats and dogs with conditions that make swallowing difficult.
Elevated feeders and dishes keep feeding areas cleaner.
Elevated dishes help keep the food and water in the bowls and not on the floor. Moisture that may get under the dish creates a great place for molds and bacteria to grow.
An elevated feeder will allow gravity to help get food down to the stomach.
Elevated feeders are more comfortable for older pets.
Dogs or cats with arthritis benefit from elevated feeders. Bending over to eat is not comfortable for pets with stiff muscles or sore joints, particularly for pets with neck or back problems.
Raising food and water to a comfortable feeding level encourages eating and drinking.
Elevated feeders are easier to maintain since you don't have to bend over as far to pick up or fill up water and food dishes.