Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 18
Rated 1 out of 5 by Db1550 Not a good choice
Very unhappy that at $8.99 a piece these didn't even take a month for my puppy to destroy them. I understand puppies chew, but the first time he was in the crate (with the bowls) and put a ton of chew marks in them. Then he broke the clip off the bottom of one. And spun the other bowl. More of a hassle then any help. Not to mention I was freaking out worried if me had swallowed a piece.
July 6, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by MelissaNC3 A good option
My puppy needed a water bowl for her crate and we didnt want her to lay in it and dump it. This bowl does just that for the most part. It isnt 100% stable when you attach it to the crate ( it still can be knocked to the side) It is still the best item i have found on the market.
August 6, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by TrustMe444 doesn't last
It's very easy for even a 5 lb. puppy to turn the bowl 90 degrees and remove it. If this is a teething puppy, then both the bowl and the holder are quickly decimated and rendered useless. Even with a non-chewing older dog, a little bit of pawing can remove the bowl, snapping off a piece of the brittle plastic tab on the bottom, at which point it is no longer secure. It's a terrible design.
March 1, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5
by MyDogAndI Do not buy this
I bought two of these crate bowls tonight, one for water and one for food. I put the first one on and made sure I did not tighten it too tight because it is just made of plastic. Before I could put anything in it, the mounting clamp broke under the weight of the empty bowl. I just thought it could have been just a defective mounting clamp, so I opened up the second one. This time I was even more mindful to make sure I was not tightening the mounting clamp too much. I just tightened it enough so the bowl would not turn sideways and dump out the food or water. I then filled the bowl with dog food. Not even ten seconds later the second bowl’s mounting clamp broke.
August 30, 2014