When it comes to dog dinnerware, there is a whole lot of choice on offer. From plastic, ceramic and stainless steel bowls to specialized bowls that stop your dog from eating to quick or travel friendly bowls to take on the go - there is a lot to choose from. If your dog eats from it, we review it!
Rugged and durable, stainless steel is one of the most popular dog bowl materials around. Join us as we test and review 30+ bowls to find the best of the best.
Sick of your dog's bowl sliding around when he eats? A heavy ceramic dish may be exactly what you need. We test over 25 bowls to find the best ceramic bowl for most dogs.
Plastic dog bowls are not very exciting. They are cheap, disposable and don't have a whole lot going for them. Even so, one brand stood out from all the rest. Find out which in our detailed review!
Does your dog eat too fast? A slow feed bowl is just what you need to extend your pooch's meal time. We test and review 35 different slow feeders to find which is best for your dog.
Looking for a lightweight, easy-to-transport dog bowl to take with you on the go? A collapsible dog bowl is just what you need. Join us as we test and review 32 different collapsible bowls to find the best of the best.
It's hard being a flat-faced dog. Even simple things like eating are unnecessarily difficult. That's where a flat-faced dog bowl comes in. We test and review 12 models to find the best.
Does your dog splash water all over the floor? Are you sick of wiping up water puddles? A no-spill dog bowl could be the answer to your prayers - turn your sloppy dog into a drip-free drinker! We test and review 17 different no-spill bowls to find which is the best for your dog.
Looking for a great way to entertain your dog AND slow down his eating? A snuffle mat allows your pup to use his nose to track down hidden treats, keeping your dog entertained and full.
Looking for a great way to distract your dog? A lick mat will keep your dog occupied while you bath and groom your wriggly pup, or even keep him entertained through a thunderstorm!
I'll bet you never thought you would need to baby proof your dog bowl, right? Well, I explain why you probably should (Hint: Dog bowls are dangerous) and share some tricks to keep your dog bowl safe.
There is no escaping cleaning. So, if you are going to wash your dog's bowl, you want to do it the correct way. Follow our step-by-step dog bowl cleaning guide to do exactly that.