Top Paw Adjustable Double Diner Dog Stand with Bowls
Lasts but does rust
I had this for my dog who is a REALLY messy eater and drinker. The support itself of the product is great but after a while it does being to rust but i had my dog's holder outside so if you keep the holder indoor's the holder will probably last way longer and if you are going to keep the holder outside maybe spray some spray to keep it from rusty sooner.
June 20, 2012
Great idea, HORRIBLE quality
I bought this product for my boxer puppy so that it would be able to move/grow with him. As soon as I pulled it out of the box, there is one screw to hold all the weight which was already threaded when screwed into post. I thought if I zip tied it that would work but the bowls would not stay straight so when I filled food/water it would tip over.
I would have returned it right away but the closest store is 60 miles away and would have spend more on gas than just throwing it away and buying another brand and style.
March 3, 2012
Great concept but poor quality
The paint started chipping a few days after we purchased it from water dripping during use. Now it is rusting. The mechanism to hold the bowls in place warped when trying to tighten it so we added our own screw and washer but it still tilts and moves around.
February 25, 2012
Prepare to replace it!
I have a Siberian Husky that is almost two. I got this feeder as a gift about a year ago. At first I wasn't very pleased with the stability. It seemed wobbly but Ryder, my dog, never knocked it over so I kept it. The problem came when, after time, Ryder continually splashed water over the edge of the bowl when drinking and the base began to peel and rust. It now is moldy and left red marks on the tile where it used to sit. I regularly cleaned it but when the paint began peeling and chipping it was a lost cause to keep it sanitary. I am now shopping for something made of plastic that would be easier to wipe down regularly and that has its stability from the outside, not one central pole this this one. Spend your money on a plastic feeder or put it toward one of the more expensive stainless steel feeders.
February 19, 2012