Kokoba Dual Raised Bowls - Stainless Steel (with Stand)
The Kokoba double diner with wire stand is a practical way to feed your pets that's suitable for both dogs and cats.
How it works
These two metal bowls fit into a sturdy wire stand for a practical and clean solution to feeding time. Non-skid rubber feet keep the frame steady on slippery floors like laminate or varnish, meaning the bowls won't move around as your four-legged friends eat.
The stainless steel construction helps keep the bowls clean, and you can simply put them into the dishwasher after your dog or cat has eaten. The material's also taste-neutral, so it won't affect the flavour of their meal.
The bowls come in four sizes (200 millilitres, 450 millilitres, 900 millilitres and 1800 millilitres); the smaller sizes are perfect for cats and little dogs like pugs or terriers, while the larger ones are suitable for bigger dogs such as huskies or Great Danes.
- set of two bowls
- non-slip stand
- easy-to-clean stainless steel
- hygienic and taste-neutral
- different sizes (200 millilitres, 450 millilitres, 900 millilitres and 1800 millilitres) for smaller and larger pets.
When to use it
The double-bowl design is ideal for either feeding two pets their meals at once, or for using one for food and one for water. A high liquid intake can often help to reduce the chance of kidney stones occurring, particularly for dogs or cats who mainly eat dry food. If you do ever have questions about your pet's diet, it's a good idea to talk to your vet.
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Dual feeding/drinking bowlsThe product is excellent value for money and is also marvelous if you have an animal that cannot eat from a feeding bowl on the floor. You can raise the bows, which come with a stand, to any reasonable height. A good buy.
Good first puppy bowl solutionThe 200ml bowls are just perfect for small pup. It doesn't take much space and fits right amount of food and water. The only thing to consider is that it is still quite slippery and I would put it on a bit more rubbery surface