Petego Yoga Dog Bowl
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- Stylish raised pet bowl with removable ceramic bowl
- Ergonomic design is easy to carry
- Rubber feet prevent sliding
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
- Holds 70 ounces
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The Petego Yoga bowl from Emmanuelle Bianchi Design is inspired be the classic "Downward Dog" yoga position. More than stylish; it is molded from high quality polypropylene. Each leg has a rubber stopper which prevents sliding as well as protects your floor. The raised styling provides a perfectly ergonomic feeding position for all dogs, especially older ones. For the pet owner, the handles provide a convenient and hygienic way to carry the bowl. Also included is the Tulip ceramic bowl which can be used as an insert with the Yoga for discriminating customers who prefer not to serve their pets in plastic dishes. Dishwasher safe and microwave safe for warming.
Size: Large | Color: Orange w/ ceramic
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In my original review, I said that "I would have loved it, versus liked it, if Petego would have offered an unbreakable bowl... and didn't sell it separately." A kind Amazon reviewer directed me to look at ASIN: B00BK2DLKS, Petego Pet Bowl with Ceramic Tulip, Small, Orange; yes, the price is for the stand and bowl TOGETHER! After ordering one to make sure I liked the ceramic bowl, I decided to return the original stands and replace them with this stand and bowl combo. The bowls are thick ceramic, breakable obviously, but it would take some force. Like the stand, the bowls are taller on one side than the other; they fit perfectly and have a wide rim that extends to the edges to help keep gunk off of the stand. Even better, the price of buying this offering of bowl and stand together is about a third less than buying only the Petego Tulip Ceramic Dog Bowl, Small. My review of the stand and bowl together is 5 stars, the stand alone remains 4.
From my original review of the stand only:
This review is for the 9 ounce (smallest) size. We bought three for three dogs, all under 22 pounds.
To raise the bowl, or not raise the bowl. If you're looking at these bowls, you're either trying to decide, or you've already decided. We were there once too and, obviously, decided to raise the bowls. I can't help you decide whether to raise your dog's bowl but can tell you what I think of this product.
We chose this bowl primarily because of the amount of rise from the floor. It is not as dramatic of a change in height as other bowls provide. If you check reviews, you'll note that there are mentions from some people about their disappointment that these Petego Yoga Pet Bowls did raise as high up from the floor as they wanted. My best suggestion is to blow up the product pictures on the Amazon.com pages of the brands you like. The differences are readily apparent in many.
Many schools of thought exist, but for the most part, those that believe in the benefits of raising the bowl believe that raising it too much provides no benefit. Also, that it doesn't take much of a lift to provide a benefit. (If you have BIG dogs, you should do research because it appears too much or little really matters because of something called "gastric dilatation and volvulus syndrome.") I made my decision based on observation, trial and error. In other words, these are not our first raised bowls.
An equally important reason, to us, for choosing the Petego Yoga Pet Bowl is the angle of the bowl. Of the brands of bowls we tried, the Yoga bowl is the only one with shorter legs on one side to give the bowl a slight tilt for even easier access. Regarding sliding around, there hasn't been any of the movement problem that some others have mentioned (tile floor).
These are sold as bowls, or bowl holders. Petego makes a china bowl that fits inside this holder (so that your dog isn't eating directly from plastic). Petego Tulip Ceramic Dog Bowl, Small is sold separately and costs more than the bowl holder. I found a less expensive alternative. A different brand. ProSelect Stainless Steel Dog Bowl with Rubber Base, 4-1/2-Inch, 9-Ounce is less than half the price. Are they perfect? No. They aren't as cool looking, for one and second, they don't have a rim that extends out. But they fit right and I'm keeping them. Besides, I'm a klutz, if I'd bought the ceramic ones, I'd have already had to replace one. Instead, it was one of the stainless that I dropped. It was just noisy, no damage!
If you've decided on raised bowls for your dog(s), out of the four designs I tried, this is my favorite because of its height and angle. I would have loved it, versus liked it, if Petego would have offered an unbreakable bowl, like the stainless I found, and didn't sell it separately.
I opted for the bowl holder without the accompanying bowl, since I use shallower small dishes (fruit/dessert bowls) like these:
The deeper bowls designed for the Yoga are suitable for a dog's snout but not a cat's. My existing bowls fit just fine in the holders and can be easily changed out. The plastic is heavy duty, and can be tossed right in the dishwasher. The weight helps keep it stable, and the 'apron' design also catches more of the overflow mess than the wire types do. So far she hasn't put her foot in the bowl trying to 'locate' the food or tip the bowl toward herself, and while I would have liked just a pinch more tilt, it does a fair job of keeping her food (which is usually very soft or even blended to suit her few teeth) toward the front of the dish where she can reach it.
It would be even better if they could bring the price down a little, OR if the angle could be adjusted somehow, perhaps with a couple of extra interchangeable feet in varying heights. It does seem to be working out well for our old girl.
I ordered the large set from Amazon, and the large bowl is definitely large. It holds a lot of water. Which is great. Even with the ceramic tulip inserted. Which isn't necessary but it really doesn't look that great without the ceramic piece. And why they call it a ceramic "tulip" I don't understand. The ceramic piece is just a round bowl with a higher back end on it. And it is quite heavy. The "Cobalt" part is not very Cobalt. Unless you will be using this thing is direct sunlight or other very bright light, it pretty much looks black. Which is a bit disappointing. You can even see this lack of color right on Petego's website --> http://www.petego.com/products.aspx?catId=17&prodId=289
Scroll to the bottom of their Yoga Bowl page and choose the Cobalt Blue choice. You can see that even 2 of their 3 pictures appear to be black. So just FYI if you are considering Cobalt Blue. I'm still happy with the choice. Once in a while I can see the blue in it. But a lot of the time I can't. I still like it.
The bowl is very sturdy and isn't going to slide around or get tipped over if kicked. It takes up a lot of space (mine is the large) but overall it's a quality piece worth the cost. I'm going to order one or two more.