Dog Double Feeder Bowl

By Messy Mutts

Starting at $19.95

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This sleek feeding station comes in eye-catching colors. The stainless steel bowls are removable for easy cleaning and the nonslip silicone base won’t damage your floor. A raised lip catches stray food to minimize your mutt’s mess and can even be used outdoors.

  • Materials: Food-grade silicone, stainless steel bowls
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Non-slip silicone base prevents damage to floors
  • Holds 2 included stainless steel bowls
  • Wide lip and raised edges keeps mess contained
  • For both indoor and outdoor use
  • FDA-approved BPA- and PVC-free silicone
  • Made in China
  • Capacity: Medium: 11.8 oz.; Large: 24 oz.; Extra Large: 47.3 oz.
  • Dimensions: Medium: 15.75" x 9" x 2.5"; Large: 20" x 11.37" x 2"; Extra Large: 24" x 13" x 2.5"
  • Weight: Medium: 0.97 lb.; Large: 1.5 lbs.; Extra Large: 2.4 lbs.

58 Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

I love it!

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I have 3 cats I use this for. One cat eats and drinks normally without making a mess. Another used to drag the water bowl around and splash in it. She cannot move this water bowl and when she splashes the lip on the mat holds the water and not all over the floor. My youngest cat loves to pull the dry food out and play with it. The lip also holds most of what she pulls out and I am no longer crunching on dry cat food when I walk into the cat feeding area. I would highly recommend this item to everyone to keep their pet feeding area neat.More > < Less

5

My dog and I love it.

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We moved to an apartment that has carpet floors. Our dog likes to take some food out of the bowl and eat it off the floor. We had purchased some wooden trays to keep the food off the floor and help with water spills. The tray was ok at our former house and the tile flooring. The trays leaked water on to the carpets. On the first meal, the dog looked at the new feeding station for a moment and took right to it after that. WQe now has a plastic coated placemat, meant for children for placing food on the floor. My wife's first comment was she had to pick up some water that was held by the rolled up sides. Yes, this worked great.More > < Less

5

Great dish

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I love it...it is very tidy and easy to take along when visiting family. I got the large but I should probably have purchased the extra large size. My dog is 42 lbs. and the food dish is fine but the water bowl empties pretty quickly!More > < Less

5

Very nice looking!

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Our Yorkie is 12 & still has the habit of pawing his good & water dishes. It's annoying, and water typically goes all,over the place.r the place. He recently stepped in the bowl, ugh!

But with this, I'm not so upset about spikes - they really do stay contained to the perimeter of dish.

I got blue. It's very pretty, like a torquoise.

Highly recommend.
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5

Design is good...

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I think the design and concept are good. The problem is my pet... She likes to try to knock her bowls over. She thinks it's a game. So, I bought the XL and put weighted bowls inside the Messy Mutt bowls... The problem is she still attempts to knock it over and if she gets any crumbs from her dry food under the rubber - the entire mat will move around with ease and not stick in place on my hardwood floors.

Again - great product - I just have a difficult pet who likes to play with her food.
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About Messy Mutts

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Just because you have a pet (or two or three…) doesn’t mean your house has to look like it. Messy Mutts makes fashionable and functional petware that fits right in with your décor.

Founder Chris Shipton and his wife, Lauren, have two dogs—Daisy and Davis—who love the outdoors. They also love to bring the outdoors back inside with them and make more work for their humans.

Like many of us, Chris and Lauren feed their dogs in the kitchen. But after looking for stylish, practical food bowls for their dogs, Chris was disappointed in the selection. With 20+ years in the kitchen product industry, Chris realized that petware should fit into your home as well as kitchenware. So he created Messy Mutts.

Their mess-catching, no-slip pet feeding stations look like something you’d eat out of, as Chris says. With Messy Mutts, living with your pets is much more fashionable.