Choosing a Raised Bowl

A raised bowl promotes proper posture during feeding, aids digestion and reduces strain on your pet's neck and back.

When selecting a raised pet bowl, there are several important factors to consider. The height of the bowl should be appropriate for your pet's size and breed and any potential growth. The number of bowls you select in your raised stand should align with your pet's specific dietary needs, the number of pets you have.

All our raised bowls have sturdy and stable design to prevent tipping or sliding. They are available in 5 different heights and contain either 1, 2 or 3 bowls. Bowls are available in sizes X Small to Large.

#1 Select the Stand Hight

A good rule of thumb for dogs is to measure from the floor to chest height when standing and get the feeder with the closest height to that measurement. If you measure this and get ‘between sizes’, then it is recommended to opt for the size shorter rather than taller than the ideal height. 

#2 Choose the Number of Bowls

Two bowl feeders are ideal for food and water for one pet. Three bowl feeders are well suited for two pets. Individual feeders are better if you want food an water in different locations, or if you pets perfer to eat speratly.

# Pick the Bowl Size

X Small bowls are best suited to cat and very small/toy dog breeds. Small bowls are suited to small dogs, Medium bowls are ideals for medium sized breed and large bowls are better for large breeds.


Stand Hight Guide

7cm Tall Stands
Ideals for cats & extra small/toy dog breeds
For example Cats (smaller), Chihuahuas, Miniature Dachshunds

10cm Tall Stands
Ideals for larger cats & small dog breeds
For example Cats (larger), Pomeranians, Shih-tzus, Dachshunds

15cm Tall Stands
Ideals for small/medium dog breeds
For example Pugs, Corgis & Westies

17cm Tall Stands
Ideals for medium dog breeds
For example Spaniels, French Bulldogs, English Bulldogs & Staffies

25cm Tall Stands
Ideals for large dog breeds
For example Labradors, Akitas, Rottweilers & Whippets

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Bowl Size Guide

X Small
Bowl size: 5cm deep by 13cm
For example Cats (smaller), Chihuahuas, Miniature Dachshunds

Bowl size: 6cm deep by 17cm
For example Cats (larger), Pugs, Jack Russells Pomerainian & Shih-tzus

Bowl size: 7cm deep by 21cm
For Whippets, Corgis, Westies, Bulldogs & Spaniels

Bowl size: 8cm deep by 25cm
For example Labradores, Akitas, Rottweiler & Staffies

Elevated bowl size. How to measure pet bowl height. What is the best feeding bowl for cats
Elevated bowl size. How to measure pet bowl height. What is the best feeding bowl for cats

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