Features a sleek and unobtrusive design. Yet provides a stable platform for your dog to enjoy his meals comfortably.
This raised diner has a sturdy, beautiful design constructed from heavy duty flat iron and non-skid plastic tips on the legs. Two bowl brackets ensure that the two bowls remain firmly in place. The stainless steel bowls are easily detachable and dishwasher safe. Ideal for design-conscious pet owners.
Posted by Rick on Mar 29th 2016
I purchased the small and large feeders. I have a dachshund and a weimaraner. I was concerned about the sizes I had chosen at first, but when the products arrived, they were a perfect fit.
My wife had been demanding that I find feeders that were "solid" and would not move around. These are exactly what she was looking for. The feeders are VERY solidly built. The large doesn't budge when the weimaraner is eating. They are quiet (no rocking of the bowls) and they are pretty enough to have out in the kitchen. My wife loves them and I can finally stop looking for feeders.
Posted by Jill in Minneapolis on May 6th 2014
I adopted a 2nd dog and needed another feeder. My 1st double feeder is black metal with stainless steel bowls and I love it so went on a search for another. I'm a thorough web researcher and after looking and reading reviews of many, I chose the small Seesaw Elevated feeder for my 30 lb. Eskie mix who will turn 9 yrs. this year. The new 9 mo. old, 15 lb little sister got the "hand me down"! So onto the Seesaw feeder - It's VERY solidly built. My other one was more minimal in the metal (same size bowls) and moved around a bit when my dog was eagerly licking the bowl clean. The Seesaw doesn't budge. It is larger and heavier and has rubber feet. What I like the most, which isn't mentioned in the description, on the under rim of the bowls that rest on the metal there's a 1" wide curved piece of rubber like material so the bowls don't move and are VERY QUIET. I'd accepted the clanging of metal bowls against metal frame on my other feeder - and now realize I didn't need to. I'm going to see if I can buy 2 of these bowls or rig something up myself. for the old feeder. It really makes a difference.
Style/appearance is personal taste and I think it looks great and is a very good height for my dog. My 15 lb. dog can lick the bowl and drink with no problem but it would be too high for her as a regular feeder. I'm not a professional but I'd say the small Seesaw Feeder would fit dogs 25 to 40/45 lbs. . The Seesaw bowls seem better quality and are a bit higher than the basic ones to accommodate the underside rubber ring.
My dog has 3/4 cup food per meal so the food bowl is larger than I need - but on double feeders bowls always seem to be of equal size. I do need this bowl size for water in summer and when other dogs are visiting.
I love this double feeder and highly recommend it!