Neater Feeder: A Dog Feeding Station That Absorbs Spilt Water
Date Published: 05/15/2018 10:37 AM
Whenever my dogs drink water, about half of it goes into their mouth, and the other half goes straight onto the floor. I'm not sure if they quite got that whole drinking water thing down yet. The Neater Feeder is a unique standing dog feeding station that will actually absorb the water that gets spilt so you can easily clean it out later, instead of having the water all over your floor.
Versions: Dog | Cat
Not only does the Neater Feeder elevate your dogs food and water so that it's easier and healthier to consume, but it also makes their mess making a lot less while they're eating and drinking.
The Neater Feeder has a two-part design, a top area where your dog will eat and drink form, and a lower version that will catch all of the water that gets spilled. Holes in the top part of the device will drain all of the water into the lower container, which you can then pop open and clean with ease anytime.
While eating and drinking, your dog will keep all of his spilt food on the top area of the feeder due to the walls around the top container, while all of the spilt water will seep through to the bottom container. This means less dog food cleaning chores, and cleaner floors.
The Neater Feeder is made with two plastic connecting containers that hold two stainless steel bowls. Since the feeder comes in a few different sizes to accommodate many different sized dogs, the water and food capacity will differ. There's even a version for cats that's extra small.
Depending on the size you choose, the Neater Feeder can accommodate dogs that weigh between 18 lbs up to around 100 lbs, which have a shoulder width between 6-20+ inch shoulder height.
The Neater Feeder standing dog station that absorbs spilt water comes in a few different colors to choose from, comes with leg extensions to get the perfect height for your dog, and comes with non-skid rubber pads to prevent the feeder from sliding around while in use.
Check out the Neater Feeder standing dog feeder in action via the video below.
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