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Set The Table Elevated Pet Dining Table

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Gizmo

$8.99

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Brady

$16.99

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Shipping weight = 1.50 lbs.

Product Summary:

 

Petrageous Set The Table Elevated Pet Dining Table

 

Our elevated dining tables stop dogs of all ages from straining their necks and shoulders, and makes eating and drinking easier for older, arthritic dogs.

 

Designed exclusively without bowls so you can customize your pet's dining area.

 

Features:

·         Customize your own elevated feeder

·         Stops dogs from straining neck and shoulders

·         Helps prevent bloat

 

Item Specifications:

 

Size:

Gizmo 13”L x 6”W x 4.25"H - Holds up to two 6" Bowls

Toby – 18”L x 9”W x 9"H - Holds up to two 8" Bowls

Brady – 20”L x 10”W x 12"H - Holds up to two 9" Bowls

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Brady 496205 BRA 81032 844534010322
Gizmo 496205 GIZ 81030 844534010308
Toby 496205 TOB 81031 844534010315

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Nice item
This was very helpful for my dog. He has some minor trach issues so this helped him.
April 29, 2015
Great product
My dog loves it! Good height for him. Used with only 1 bowl and it worked well. Didn't slide around too much.
April 1, 2015
Nice but wish it was adjustable
This elevated dish holder is perfect for my dog. She tends to push dishes around and that can be hazardous with an elevated base. However, the rail prevents the bowls from hitting the floor and the open top allows for various sizes dishes so I am not forced to use one bowl size all the time. I realize this holder comes in dfferent sizes, but I wish it was a bit flexible as well. An inch or two shorter would be even better for Sophie.
December 18, 2014
works great
My 4 month 70 lb mastiff puppy has not knocked it over yet stays put good product.
April 9, 2014
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I have a 200 pound Mastiff who needs a new elevated feeder and I like that this one will not collect food/water/slobber on a solid surface. The cleanup will be much easier!
Tracy J on Jan 1, 2018
Been looking for this...not at local stores.
Donna B on Jan 17, 2016
I have a 200 pound Mastiff who needs a new elevated feeder and I like that this one will not collect food/water/slobber on a solid surface. The cleanup will be much easier!
Tracy J on Jan 1, 2018
My dog is getting older and has arthritis in her hind legs and back (probably shoulders too). Lately she seems unsteady bending to eat out of a low bowl. Picked this table because we can use the bowls we already have.
Rosanne Q on Nov 11, 2017
Been looking for this...not at local stores.
Donna B on Jan 17, 2016
My 1 yr old is tall.
THERESA B on Jun 3, 2015
Ordered this to keep slugs out of the dog food bowl.
Deborah C on May 14, 2015
I chose this because I could use my dogs existing bowls for both food and water. They are very attached to their bowls.
GRETCHEN A on May 2, 2015
I needed a diner where I did not have to buy special bowls.
A R on Apr 29, 2015
I have a tall Boxer/Great Dane mix who is having issues with eating her food and vomiting it when she eats too fast. Hoping this will help.
Carol H on Mar 27, 2015
Simple, affordable
Marie B on Mar 13, 2015
looks like it will help our dog from bending over
paul a on Dec 1, 2014
My dog is getting older and has arthritis in her hind legs and back (probably shoulders too). Lately she seems unsteady bending to eat out of a low bowl. Picked this table because we can use the bowls we already have.
Rosanne Q on Nov 11, 2017
My 1 yr old is tall.
THERESA B on Jun 3, 2015
I use shallow 1 inch deep bowls because it's easier for my Shelties to capture the food if their noses don't hit the side of the bowl. How high are the sides where the bowls sit? It looks like they are higher than my bowls and the bowls will fall out of the holder.
ME on Nov 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Size:

Gizmo 13”L x 6”W x 4.25"H - Holds up to two 6" Bowls

Toby – 18”L x 9”W x 9"H - Holds up to two 8" Bowls

Brady – 20”L x 10”W x 12"H - Holds up to two 9" Bowls
What is this feeder made of?
A shopper on Mar 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello! This feeder is made of metal.