Any dog owner knows how easy it is to end up buying a ton of stuff for your furry friend: cooling dog beds for hot summer days, adorable dog collars, and an endless supply of tasty treats, for starters. Well, today, we’re here to talk to you about the best dog bowls on the market so that you can spoil your pup during feeding time, too! You probably already have a few dog bowls lying around the house, but maybe it’s time for an upgrade—and hey, we’ve even got bowls that are perfect for camping and hiking trips, elevated bowls for older dogs, and more.
When shopping for a dog bowl, the first thing you’ll want to consider is the capacity; in other words, the amount of food you should give your dog! This will generally be based on your dog’s weight, so if you have a larger breed, make sure you get a big enough bowl. Next, consider whether you’re looking for a single bowl or a set—maybe you’re in the market for different bowls for water and food, or maybe you’ve got multiple dogs to feed. Finally, think about when and where you plan to use your new dog bowls. If you’re buying something to use at home, it’s fine to go with a ceramic or stoneware option that will look just as pretty as the plates the rest of your family eats from. If you plan to feed your dog outside, opt for something made from silicone, stainless steel, or plastic, as these materials are less likely to break. Time to make your dog really happy!
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Best Minimalist Option
Pottery Barn Quinn Pet Bowl
These glazed stoneware bowls have a minimalist look that fit just as well in rustic farmhouses as they do in city apartments. They come in four different sizes, so there’s an option for all types of pets.
Best Elevated Option
Reddy Black Ceramic & Bamboo Elevated Double Diner Pet Bowl
This set of elevated bowls from Petco is perfect for pets who prefer their food and water to be lifted off the ground (this can also help make feeding time less messy)! Each of the black ceramic bowls has a 3.5-cup capacity, and they come with a bamboo stand.
Wild One Bowl Kit
These stainless steel bowls from Wild One are sold as a pair, with one for food and another for water. They’re available in four colors, including lilac and spruce, and each bowl has a 4-cup capacity. You can also customize them with your pet’s name!
Great for the Outdoors
Yeti Dog Bowl
If you love spending time outside, then you probably already have a few Yeti products—so why not let your dog have one, too? This dog bowl is made of durable, double-walled stainless steel, and comes in eight colors and two sizes.
UPSKY Slow Feeder Dog Bowl
If your dog tends to eat too quickly, this puzzle-like bowl is a great way to slow them down. It has a nonslip base and is made from easy-to-clean plastic. The bowl comes in six colors, and it can hold up to 2 cups of dry food.
Best Collapsible Option
Collapsible Dog Bowls
Perfect for water breaks on long walks or feeding while camping or hiking, this two-pack of collapsible silicone bowls is perfect for dogs on-the-go. Each bowl comes with a carabiner, so you can clip it to your belt loop or onto your dogs collar or harness.
Best Extra-Large Option
Splatter Large Pet Bowl
Perfect for larger dogs, this bowl can hold plenty of food or water. It’s made from porcelain-enameled steel, and comes in three bright colors, so you can mix and match!
PEGGY11 Deep Stainless Steel Anti-Slip Dog Bowls
These deep stainless steel dog bowls are sold in a pack of two, and have a nonslip base to help prevent masses. They come four sizes that can hold between 3 and 16 cups, and have tons of five-star ratings on Amazon.
Pink Topaz Dog Bowl
If you love your S’well water bottle, then your furry friend will probably enjoy their dog bowl from the same brand! This bowl has a stone-like texture on the outside and a stainless steel interior that’s easy to clean. It’s available in 16-ounce and 32-ounce size options.
Best Quick-Drying Option
Dorai Home Dog Bowls with Stone Base
If your pet tends to splash water all over the place during meal times, then you’ll love this set of ceramic dog bowls, since it comes with a quick-drying stone mat. Each bowl has a 4-cup capacity, and the mat has a gutter around the water bowl to catch splashes.
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