Black Raised Dog Bowl - Medium

£60.00
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  • Dishwasher safe bowls
  • Wood
  • Gloss finish
  • Non-slip

This modern, stylish black raised dog feeder from the Lola and Daisy collection is perfect for serving your dog food and water. The sturdy stand comes complete with two hard-wearing and durable bowls. These stainless steel bowls are dishwasher safe and easy to remove. The feet of the stand are complete with rubber to help prevent slipage, this makes it a perfect choice for messy eaters who normally move their bowl around the floor. The stand is made from wood and is finished in a black gloss laminate. 

This raised feeder is size 54L x 24W x 18H

Raised feeders can help with digestion and make meal-times easier for older and arthritic dogs. Dogs find it more comfortable when eating from raised dog bowls as it promotes better posture, reducing the amount of pressure on their necks, hips and shoulders when eating. They also make great feeding stations for dogs who have long ears as the stand prevents their ears from being dipped into the bowl.

Lola and Daisy's collection of raised dog bowls are available as single raised feeders, double raised feeders and triple raised feeders. Double raised feeders are available in a range of colours including powder blue, pink and white, aluminum and pink and aluminum and natural birch. Triple raised feeders are available in black. Single Raised feeders are available in black, platinum grey, cherry wood, red, white gloss and powder blue. 

Size guide

To work out what size your dog will require, you will need to measure your dog from the floor to the top of their shoulder. You will then need to subtract a few inches based on whether they are a small, medium or large breed. 

For small breeds (including toy breeds)  such as french bulldogs, Pomeranians and chihuahua you will need to subtract 1 to 3 inches.

For medium breeds such as bull dogs and labradors you will need to subtract 3 to 6 inches 

For large breeds such as great danes and german shepherds you will need to subtract 4 to 10 inches.