Ethical Pet Stainless Steel Double Diner Product Reviews PAGE 1 OF 1

Ethical Pet Stainless Steel Double Diner has a hand crafted scroll work design. Raised elevation allows pets to eat at a proper height for better digestion.


Rated 4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.

Would have liked it larger in size!

I failed to realize it's smallness in size. Would buy a larger size if available, but will still be able to use this one. It will be okay for our travel camping trips as a feeder, but not large enough for a water source! My error! by on 12/10/2013
I really like it!

It's well-built and durable, and the bowls are very nice. Very happy with it. by on 07/18/2013
Owner of Holly - german shepherd and Coal, rotweiler-lab!

I love the double diner, Holly and Coal seem to like it and it went togather very easily. What I did not like was the shipping. I bought 2 of them, they were put into a big beat up box, and taped very badly, I am suprised that it did not open and the bowls fall out. Then it was sent in the mail, and left a mile from my house on top of the mailbox. With the money I spend on these, I would have thought that they would have been boxed a bit better and sent UPS or Fedex. Because of the shipping, I gave this one 4 paws.!! by on 08/05/2012
really nice

This diner set is so nice. Its hard to find something like this for pets, usually they are all dull looking, but this diner set is fancy looking and my dogs eat right out of them. by on 02/01/2012
Looks great but...

I have not owned this particular product, but I did have a similar product and it didn't work out very well. The tags from my dogs collar got stuck in the scrollwork and wouldn't come loose. My little dog was running around the living room with this thing attached to her neck and she was terrified! I couldn't help but chuckle when it happened, but I'm not laughing anymore. Now we have issues where our dog is afraid of her food bowl. Also, if we weren't home to remove it, she could've really hurt herself. If you want a raised bowl set, get one that is solid where the tags can't get stuck. Or if your dog doesn't have tags that hang down, it should be fine. by on 05/13/2011
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