Buying an elevated dog bowl feeder can be a bit confusing. This guide attempts to simplify the process by recommending some good products for different size dogs.Click Here to Browse All Elevated Dog Bowls
Our best selling product for very tall dogs such as Great Danes, Irish Wolfhounds, Newfoundlands and Saint Bernard, is the 24 inch elevated dog bowl with double bowls for large dogs.
This is a very popular bowl for these really tall dogs. It designed to be tall, but very stable.
It is made of durable wrought iron formed into a slight pyramid shape which creates extra stability that makes it harder for your dog to knock it over.
The two bowls are 3 quart capacity bowls allowing for large quantities of food and water to be placed in the bowl.
This makes the bowl a great fit for tall dogs that need both the extra height and capacity.
Recommended Model: Our recommended elevated feeding station for for large breed dogs such as Goldens, German Shepard Dogs, Labradors and other large dogs, is the Elevated Dog Bowl with double dog bowls..
This raised feeder is available in four different heights: 18 inches, 12 inches, 7 inches and 5 inches.
Its pyramid shape is designed to provide the maximum level of comfort for your dog during meal time. Your dog will never have to hunch over and strain his back to eat again. The pyramid design provides a very sturdy base to prevent your dog from knocking the feeder over and creating a mess. Your dog will love this new elevated dog feeder when he gets to eat his food and drink his water at the same time. The bowls are deep and have wide openings to reduce frequency of refilling.
The Economy Model: Our best selling product for large breed dogs such as Goldens, German Shepard Dogs, Labradors and other large dogs, is the 16 inch elevated dog bowl with double bowls for large dogs.
This model is both economical and large enough for these big dogs.
This elevated dog feeder has been designed exclusively for large pets. It only comes in one size and is designed to be both extra sturdy and stable.
Most other elevated diners go up to about 12 inches in height. This model is designed to stand 16 inches tall.
Designed specifically for your big (over 70 pounds and 22" or higher at the withers), it provides ergonomically correct feeding for improving digestion and posture. It also reduces stress on joints that may eventually lead to osteoarthritis. The special big dog design includes sand-fillable legs to prevent tipping, as well as extra large dishes for minimizing mess.Learn More >
If you are having trouble determining the right height for a raised feeder, then you need to take some measurements to see what size feeder will be best for you. A general rule of thumb is to measure the height of the dog at the front shoulders. This is usually the tallest part of the dog. For a large dog, you will want a feeder that is 8-12 inches shorter than this.
|Dog Type||Shoulder Height||Bowl Height|
|Great Danes, Irish Wolfhounds, Newfoundlands, Saint Bernard||28-34 Inches||18-24 inches|
|German Shepherds, Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers||21-26 Inches||12-18 inches|
|Huskies,Pitt Bulls, Australian Shepherds||16-23 Inches||8-10 inches|