Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 9
Rated 2 out of 5 by HappyPups Just say no!
I bought this for my 7 week old puppies. I initially liked it so much I got online to order another when I saw the reviews. A week to the day after I bought it, they had broken it. It might work well for a smaller dog like a Pom but it didn't hold up for two pups.
April 24, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5
by MamaHavu DO NOT BUY!!!!
My 36 pound dog destroyed in under 6 hours. The plastic is cheap and doesn't hold up. He left it alone when it was down with water in it, but the second I put it up to give him more room, it was in pieces. Awesome Idea, just wish it worked. That's $20 gone.
December 30, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Riisman Two days after installing my six and eight pound dogs had shredded it. They are not even aggressive chewers. The material is extremely thin and could be dangerous if ingested. Liked concept so went with another website and ordered stainless steel
October 6, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by PommyMommy21 Works Well For Small Dog
I bought the 8oz bowl for my Pomeranian and use it any time I take her on a trip. I haven't had any major issues, but it could just be because my dog is smaller and therefore can't really damage the bowl.
*Sturdy Material - The frame of the bowl is made from a solid hard plastic, and the screw used to attach it to the crate is metal.
*Sturdy Attachment - The clip that is screwed on to the opposite side of the crate is a good 3 inches long, so it covers enough area to get a good hold onto the crate.
*Space Saving - When not in use, you can simply collapse and tilt the bowl upwards, so you can leave it in the crate without it taking up too much space.
*Practical - The bowl portion is removable, so you can just take out the bowl for a quick refill without removing the entire frame. It does lock into and out of place with a quick twist.
*Wash it EXTREMELY WELL - If you're using this for water, make sure you let it soak in some hot soapy water and/or put it in the dishwasher because otherwise, the color of the bowl will leach into the water....yuck. (No my dog didn't drink any of it). I no longer have this problem, but I would still keep an eye on it.
*Somewhat difficult to lower - It's easy to tilt the bowl up (just push the button on the frame base and push the bowl upwards), but bringing it back down is a whole different story. The button remains lowered, and you can't reach it anyway, so you simply have to pull down on the bowl, which feels like you're going to break it. You will hear a relatively loud snap when you pull it back down. I'm not sure if doing this more often would help it or hurt it.
Hope this helps!
July 3, 2015