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WTD: Raised Dog Bowl Holder (Large) ***RECIEVED!!!***** £15.00

willow79 Avatar
5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months agoFeedback:314 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Thought its time to look into getting one of these.
My 15yr old lab Jess's arthritis is getting worse, and i think one of these would help her when shes eating.

Does anyone have on that they dont need anymore? Pics would be great?
Or if anyone knows where they dog cheap, good ones. I'd like an adjustable one if possible, but not sure if it makes much difference.


Shes quite a big lab, comes up to my knees (yeah, i know everyones knees are different height, but this should give you an idea!!)

Please if anyone can help, or can point me in a direction id be very grateful
Thanks!!!
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months agoFeedback:314 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
we got one of them raised bowls and our german shepherd hatted it, preffered it on the floor
#2
I have this if you would be interested?? I've set it to the highest in the photo and it is 17" from the floor.

http://i1097.photobucket.com/albums/g346/Lee_Alderson/P1020729.jpg
#3
really? its just Jess seems to just end up collapsed and lying down and eating her dinner, i just wondered if this would encourage her to stand while shes eating, rather than slipping down.....?

ETA: Jarralad -what size bowls does it hold please? And what would you be looking for for it? Thanks for offer :)

Edited By: willow79 on Jun 07, 2011 14:08
1 Like #4
thing is if it cant stand and eat without collapsing one of them wont be any good for it, cos when it does collapse it could end up landing on it and doing more harm then good, if your dog is 15 leave the bowl on the floor and put the dog on the floor next to it so you wont have to worry about it collapsing will you
#5
It comes with 2 stainless steel bowls which are both almost 10" in diameter.

I could do it all for £16 delievered.
#6
wickedteen
thing is if it cant stand and eat without collapsing one of them wont be any good for it, cos when it does collapse it could end up landing on it and doing more harm then good, if your dog is 15 leave the bowl on the floor and put the dog on the floor next to it so you wont have to worry about it collapsing will you

Really? I hadnt thought of that.......i just want her to try and use her back legs a bit more -shes on new meds which are helping, and i just thought that this could be a good way to try.......can only try, right? Thanks for your advice, will keep me on my toes with her :)
jarralad86
It comes with 2 stainless steel bowls which are both almost 10" in diameter.

I could do it all for £16 delievered.

jarralad if you could do it for £15, ill be happy to take -trial ad error, all else fails, it will do for my other doggies who are getting on!! :3
1 Like #7
Yeah that's fine i'll take £15.00 for it.

I'll PM you my details now, Thanks.
#8
Payment and addy sent, thanks! :3
#9
Sorry to hear about your old lab,try adding Comfrey to his food. It's only a herb,it grows in the hedgerows,or you can buy it from garden centres etc.it works wonders for arthritis,and shouldn't affect the med he's already on, worth a try, it worked a treat on my old horse....? x:)
#10
Payment recieved thanks, will post asap.
#11
mooreboots
Sorry to hear about your old lab,try adding Comfrey to his food. It's only a herb,it grows in the hedgerows,or you can buy it from garden centres etc.it works wonders for arthritis,and shouldn't affect the med he's already on, worth a try, it worked a treat on my old horse....? x:)

Thanks, shes already on the vets meds, glucosamine, chondriton and fish oils! Will have a looksie at that see if its suitable for dogs, thanks for the suggestion :)
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i know its a bit late as you have already brought one but we have a couple of greyhound that have to use them. they are good but if you need some thing to tide you over while you are waiting for them to come though try cutting a hole in the bottom of an old bucket it works great and will give your dog a chance to try eating from a dish that is not on the floor

Edited By: gazza56 on Jun 07, 2011 15:04

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