Our dog bowls are made from high quality thick stainless steel. They are thicker and heavier than other bowls.
All bowls have a full rubber bottom, not just a rubber ring on the outside. Because of this and the fact that they are heavier, they are harder for dogs to flip and push across the floor.
Small - 32 oz - 6.5" diameter X 2" tall (270g)
Medium - 50 oz - 8" diameter X 2.5" tall (410g)
Large - 80 oz - 9.5" diameter X 2.8" tall (505g)
The bowls are made from 204 grade stainless steel and independently tested and found free of heavy metals. (link to lab test)
Thick, Heavy Stainless Steel Walls
Full Rubber Non-Skid Bottom
Mirror Polished Finish Inside
I bought 2 bowls. I’d had enough dipping into the food bag, to feed 4 dogs. Love that bowls are donated to the shelters too!!
The rubber bottom really does keep it from moving around. Our pup is a very *enthusiastic* drinker, and it's been great! Thanks, Max and Neo!
I'm very pleased with these bowls. I wasn't sure what size to get, as the medium seemed to hold quite a bit of food. But Max & Neo suggested getting the medium if I mix wet dog food with kibble so it doesn't come out while mixing. I took their suggestion (got mediums for my 60lb dogs and small for my shih-tzu) and their advice was right on. I cover the bottom of the bowel with kibble, add wet food, and have room to mix without making a mess. It is a good size to enable that and the medium do not move around (non-skid bottom) as the dogs eat. If the larger dogs eat leftovers out of the small dog's bowl, it does move around, but that's why I got them mediums. I'm happy with the bowls and know I'm much happier than if I had gotten cheaper bowls that the dogs would have to chase around as they moved while they ate.
Large, heavy bowl that doesn’t slide around. I use it outside on the deck for my weimaraners and it keeps them from drinking out of the birdbath. It’s better than anything I’ve seen in a store.
The quality of these bowls is equal to none. Great size. No more moving bowls across the kitchen with floor. My maltese has no teeth, so she pushes food out of smaller bowls, and the food goes everywhere. This has pretty much eliminated that problem. Thank you