Choco & Cherry Raised Pet Feeder

Raised Tile-Topped Pet Feeder | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White
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Just with any purchase, buying a raised dog feeder can be a confusing task. Not only are there a multitude of choices and designs - wood, metal, plastic, and many others, but finding just the right size can be overwhelming at times. The reason(s) for buying a raised feeder for your pet are numerous, and that's for another article. This guide explains how to purchase the proper height feeder for your pet with an easy to use illustration.
Raised Tile-Topped Pet Feeder | Do It Yourself Home Projects from Ana White
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Get dishes up off the floor to improve access and reduce messes with the raised pet feeder by Zoovilla. It includes a wooden stand with two bowls, and fits naturally into any home's décor with its simple design. This pet feeder comes in your choice of two sizes, so you can scale to fit pets from cats and small dogs right up to larger breeds from Huskies to Great Danes and beyond. Chelsea Pet is raised pet feeder that provides your cat a nice area where to eat and drink.
Photo provided by FlickrModified the single bowl raised pet feeder for two bowls.
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DIY Raised dog bowls/pet feeder | Pallet Project | made entirely from pallet wood. Dog bowls bought from Pet Smart (basic large stainless steel bowls). Stained in MiniWax Provincial.For my feeder, I used a piece of scrap oak. It isn’t as fancy as my inspiration pics, but it was a ton cheaper…as in, it was free! I already had the wood and all other supplies I needed. So if you want to make a simple, sleek raised pet feeder like mine—whether for a cat or dog—it’s really pretty simple and can be easily customized.DIY Raised dog bowls / pet feeder - dog bowl holder -pallet wood project - 10" high. Stained Minwax Special Walnut #raiseddogbowl #raisedfeeder #dogbowl #kregjig #MinwaxOne of the greatest benefits of using a raised pet feeder is improved pet posture. Both large and small dogs are prone to bone and joint strain, especially strains on the hip and shoulder areas. Using a raised pet feeder such as the Neater Feeder can help reduce these aliments. The ergonomically correct Neater Feeder design is unlike most raised pet bowls because it is adjustable and comes in many sizes to ensure proper dining height. We do not have a one-size fits all standard raised dog bowl like most companies. This feature allows you to ensure your elevated dog bowl is kept at the height that allows maximum comfort for your dog.I hope this guide was helpful if you're considering the purchase of a raised feeder for your pet, and remember to also read my article on the health benefits of elevated feeders.Reducing neck strain can aid in digestion. When pets eat from raised dog feeders at the proper height with proper posture, it further aids in preventing unnecessary joint strain to the shoulder and canine wrist areas. Pets will be more apt to finish meals from the elevated dog feeder because they are dining at a comfortable level. Reducing neck and joint strain is very important to your pet's overall health. It can make life easier for older or arthritic dogs when you use a raised pet feeder such as the Neater Feeder. In addition to helping aid proper pet posture, elevated dog feeders can also reduce neck strain. This is true for pets of all sizes, larger pets don't have to bend down as far, and smaller pets don't have to reach as high to eat. The ergonomically designed Neater Feeder will help ensure your pet better digests their meal. The proper feeding height provided by our raised dog bowls allows food to travel from the mouth to the stomach faster and makes swallowing easier. It's important to ease meal times for senior dogs and pets with swallowing disorders such as mega-esophagus disorder. Using elevated dog feeders can also reduce gas and bloating because dogs are less likely to gulp their food and water. Raised dog bowls also reduce the amount of air that dogs intake when eating, which can also prevent gas and bloating.