10 Best Raised Dog Bowls | December 2016
Whether your pooch is getting on and is a little stiff in the neck, or you just want to minimize physical stresses at feeding time, one of these raised dog bowls will let Fido chow down in comfort. As a bonus, some of them can also limit messes when you accidentally kick your dog's bowl (which we know you do all the time). When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best raised dog bowl on Amazon.
The A Pet Project Server is an extremely smart and space-saving design. The top tray flips open to reveal a storage area inside, spacious enough for toys and bags of treats. Unfortunately, the base material is very thin.
- stunning mahogany finish
- keeps small dog visitors out of the food
- no raised ledges to prevent spills
|Brand||A Pet Project|
|Rating||3.6 / 5.0|
The Petmate EZ Reach has a top area that curves inward, so your dog can get closer to his food. The bowls rest on the rim of the tray and are exposed to air on the bottom, which prevents bacteria from building up.
- bone-shaped handles make it easy to lift
- magnets hold the bowls in place
- it is bulky and not easy to store
|Rating||3.5 / 5.0|
The Pet Bowls Perfect Life features large thick silicone bowls that easily accommodate both dry and wet foods. The bowls also collapse flat, so you can pack them on their own for quick trips to the park.
- vibrant green or blue color options
- the feeder is lightweight
- the elevation is not very high
|Rating||3.6 / 5.0|
The Suncast Feeding Tray can be elevated or you can remove the legs to lay it flat. The legs fold neatly under the tray, making it easy to store. The included bowls are also deep and hold nearly five cups of food each.
- wide legs prevent it from toppling
- good model for geriatric dogs
- no rubber grips on the bottom
|Rating||4.1 / 5.0|
The Iris USA Airtight provides convenience and functionality, with a food storage bin directly below the bowl troughs that keeps 47 pounds of kibble fresh. Plus the lid can be removed easily even when the bowls are full.
- the flat bottom is gentle on floors
- made with bpa-free plastic
- the bowls are not very big
|Brand||IRIS USA, Inc.|
|Rating||4.3 / 5.0|
The QT Dog Barstool Diner has a height-adjustable pole that can grow with your dog, so it is suitable for puppies as well as any fast-growing breed. It also features a heavy base and powder coated finish that won't show stains.
- easy to assemble and extend
- cool decorative design
- the bowl sometimes doesn't fit the tray
|Rating||4.1 / 5.0|
The Neater Pet Brands Feeder has a unique design that traps spilled food in the brown holding tub while splashed water drains into the lower reservoir. The high walls also mean that if you accidentally kick it, you won't make a mess.
- ideal for dogs 30-100 pounds
- made from recycled plastic
- the bowls tend to rust
|Brand||NEATER PET BRANDS|
|Rating||4.4 / 5.0|
The PetFusion PF-BH1 is made from natural pine wood and has a water-resistant seal that will help preserve it for years. It also has anti-slip feet, which keep a pet from pushing it around, and machine washable bowls.
- rounded bowls are easy for a dog to lick
- solid construction and well built
- small size stacks under the large size
|Rating||4.7 / 5.0|
The OurPets Bone Feeder is ideal for medium-sized dogs. It has a spill ridge that prevents food and water from going everywhere. It also holds bowls firmly, making it hard for dogs to flip their food over.
- fits well into smaller spaces
- easy to transport
- good value for under $15
|Rating||4.8 / 5.0|
The NMN Products Regal Double features a slender profile in a matte black finish. This feeder is approximately 12 inches high, which helps to limit excess neck strain on a large dog. Plus, there are lovely accents on the sides.
- feeder is both sturdy and heavy duty
- very easy to keep clean
- rubber seals on bowls limit noise
|Rating||4.9 / 5.0|