A fresh, new design in ergonomic feeders is here! This modern raised feeder from Choco & Cherry combines high-tech design and old-world craftsmanship: the precisely-cut, bent, and polished acrylic stand contrasts the kiln-fired, hand-painted ceramic bowl to create a fun, angled spin on the typical raised feeder, designed specifically for small dogs.
This beautiful all-in-one feeder is made from baked-clay by Marco Morosini, the creative mind and principle designer behind Italian doggy design studio Dog is a God (I love that name).
The BOB Pet Bowl by PetPet Studios is a 2-in-1 raised feeder with one rather unique feature: a built-in moat to prevent ants and other creepy-crawlies from reaching your pet’s food! And, with such a small footprint, this BPA-free feeder is a great addition to apartments, offices, or other areas tight on space.
Not surprisingly, Wrigley was beyond excited to test run the BOB Pet Bowl (A few “sits” and “stays” for a bunch of yummy food?? Sign that dog up, STAT!). Check out our review below!
The brainchild of two San Francisco-based architects, Drip Module creates limited-production minimalist designs for home and pets. Their range of elevated feeders includes over 10 unique designs, each featuring colorful acrylic, ApplePly, or a blend of both.
OK. So teeeechnically the Hepper Nom Nom Dish is for cats. But let’s think outside the (litter) box, shall we? I love its clean design, bright colors, and clever kibble-and-water-catching lip. It’s also dishwasher safe and comes with two (2!) removable stainless steel bowl inserts. And the size?
Purrfect Perfect for small dogs (or, yes, cats). Order online from Hepper.
Sasha & Me is a brand new dog accessories brand based out of Australia whose products speak to my modern design loving soul!
With Space Age lines and a bright pop of orange, these food bowls by Unleashed Life look like they’re straight out of The Jetsons! I’m pretty sure Astro would approve.