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Raised Diners Other Kitchen & Dining
iconRaised Health Diner
Our Pets Raised Health Diner overcomes the problems of ordinary floor feeders. Good digestion begins with a proper feeding posture.
  • Raised feeder for larger dogs eliminates gulping. This reduces air taken in during feeding. This improves digestion and minimizes the bloating and gas.
  • Dogs eat and drink water in a natural, comfortable position, with less strain.
  • Reduces stress on bones, joints, and muscles. Ideal for older dogs with arthritis, hip problems, etc.
  • Holds the two included stainless steel bowls firmly in place. Raised perimeter edge helps prevent food and water from spilling.
  • Heavy duty, easy-to-clean plastic.
  • For extra stability, fill legs with water or sand.

Hooch Tested & Approved!Flex-o-Feeder
Hooch tested and approved!  We also use this for road trips all the time.  Pack the container with travel food, leashes, etc.  Then place behind the backseat of the car.  Anytime Hooch gets thirsty, he just leans over for a drink while we're on the road! UPDATE: After 12 years of daily use, this same item is still going strong!  Now that is a quality raised feeder!

Diners & Food Storage
Food, Treats, & Supplements
Dining with Your Human
Toys & Chews
Bullmastiff Friendly Diners
Food Storage Bins
Vittles Vault
Vittles Vault is a complete storage system for dry pet food -- no more bulky, awkward bags exposing food to air, moisture and pests. With a spin of the lid, the Vittles Vault locks in freshness and flavor.

** I use this for my Bullmastiff's dry food storage.   We have had two attacks of the weevils and not once were they able to penetrate the seal on this bin.  Hooch and I highly recommend this storage container!

Petmate Food Bin
Here's bulk food storage bins that look as good in the kitchen as they do in the pantry. A secure latch with a Dri-Loc seal helps keep food fresh. The bins flat profile fits bagged or loose food.




Puppy photo contributed by Albertapride Bullmastiffs Puppy photo contributed by Albertapride Bullmastiffs Renee King and her Bullmastiff.  Contributed by Albertapride Bullmastiffs Kelli and Her Puppy.  Contributed by Kelli Johnsen of Kansas Bullmastiff Rescue Linda Thompson and Barbara Coffman with Grady and Bubbles.  This photo was contributed by Linda Thompson who owns Bubbles and co-owns Grady. Scout in his Halloween outfit.  Contributed by his owners the Hollingtons who adopted Scout from Florida Bullmastiff Rescue. Scout playing Santa with his two girls.  Contributed by his owners the Hollingtons who adopted Scout from Florida Bullmastiff Rescue.
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