Dog Bowls

Dog bowls are one of the first supplies we buy for our new four-legged family members. The first image that comes to mind may be a pair of stainless steel bowls, but dog bowls have come a long way to meet the needs of pets and their owners. You can find automatic feeders, elevated bowls, decorative stands, and bowls made from a variety of materials. Stop by our NY and NJ Pet Goods stores to speak with helpful animal experts who take great pride in sharing the latest information that will make your choice much easier.

Dog Bowls

Stainless steel dog bowls are ideal because they do not absorb any food or bacteria, and they do not break. You can easily hand wash them with a little bit of detergent after every feeding or run them solo in the dishwasher to sanitize them from time to time. Other sturdy, non-porous dog bowl materials include glass, ceramic, or stoneware – which come in a variety of colors and designs. No matter which type of bowl you choose, you’ll find they come in sizes big and small to correspond with the size of your dog.

Dog Feeders

Busy working professionals can still feed their dogs on a set schedule with automatic dog feeder bowls. All measuring and dispensing activities are covered for you to save time and worry. Have a dog that wakes you up at the crack of dawn every morning to be fed? Sleep soundly, knowing that your automatic feeder has you covered! Frequent travelers also like the convenience of an automatic feeder, which ensures that pets get all meals with the right portions each day. You may also consider one of the camera and smartphone app-enabled bowls for added peace of mind. Some automatic feeders come with a “slow feed” option to dole out bite-sized portions over time to slow down your pet’s eating, improve digestion, and prevent stomach bloat.

Raised Dog Bowls

Raised dog bowls can be used for large breed dogs such as German Shepherds, Great Danes, Labradors, Golden Retrievers, St. Bernards, Dobermans, and others to reduce gas and burping, as well as reduce strain on their necks and back. Many pet owners say these bowls have reduced the strain on their necks and backs, too, as they no longer have to bend so far down to fill the bowls. Dogs with the habit of pawing in their bowls or pushing the bowls across the floor as they eat will no longer be able to do these behaviors with a raised bowl.

Dog Bowl Stand

Dog bowl stands turn your pet’s feeding station into a decorative addition to your home. They can be elevated or low, depending on your dog’s height. Stands for dog bowls come in wrought-iron, wood, or plastic and feature a wide variety of designs to match your aesthetic preference. Some dog bowl stands also come with hidden storage bins for dog food, treats, and toys. Others can be personalized with dog breed images or a pet’s name.

Visit the nearest Pet Goods store for a look at all of these bowls and more!

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