#1 Fixed Location
Dog bowls that have a fixed location make pet life easier since the bowls
are always in the same location; ideal for pet parent and pet. Nobody
wants a wet sock, and fixed location bowls eliminate that occurrence.
Installation is straightforward with made in the USA steel hardware, and
common tools. Installation should be >5 minutes and an enjoyable process.
#2 They Float
Floating dog bowls are better than elevated because they are adjusted
for your specific pets feeding height requirement. Installing floating dog bowls where the platform height is located at the same height as the pet's prosternum is your pet's specific height requirement.
#3 They’re Elevated
Elevated dog bowls are better than bowls on the floor because if they are the correct height they reduce neck strain and make digestion easier. Also, elevated dog bowls make it difficult for pets to push their bowls.
#4 Better Comfort
Big, medium and small dogs and cats shouldn't have to compromise on dining height. Your pet should not have to bend down to eat or drink, which places less stress on the neck, back, and digestive system. Remember that the pets bending position are relative to the height of the pet. Meaning, a small dog has small bones and is impacted as much as a larger dog with large bones. Small pets will need to bend down if the installation isn't specific to your pet.
#5 Sanitary Stainless-Steel
Surgical-grade stainless steel is the pinnacle of materials. We use them in-
home because they are clean-looking. But more importantly is that operating rooms, hospitals, and commercial kitchens use them to maintain sterility and eliminate cross-contamination. Surgical-grade stainless does not rust and has natural antimicrobial properties. Lastly, the PetzPaws surgical stainless is structurally thick to prevent material fatigue and will last forever, or your money back.
#6 Fashionable and Functional
We have no exposed bolts or screws because that is ugly. The design resembles a backsplash and countertop - fitting since they are typically installed within the kitchen. They look right at home. The patented design keeps the Z-bracket and screws are hidden, so all you’ll see is coolness.
It’s the little things that make a big difference. For example, the angle of the platform ensures that errant water from the dinnerware will not splash on the floor. The backsplash is welded on both ends to prevent it from slipping off of the Z-bracket. And joints are manually welded to ensure strength, rigidity, and durability.
The dinnerware and backsplash are dishwasher-safe. Simply remove them and put them in the dishwasher. If your dishwasher has sterilization, the PetzPaws dinnerware can handle the heat.
Mounting the Z-bracket that holds the backsplash and dinnerware is simple. All you need is a screwdriver or drill, a level, and a measuring tape. We supply all the hardware you need.
If you have another location you want to place your pet’s dinnerware – such as outside, in an RV, or at a vacation home – our floating bowls give you that freedom. You only need to purchase an extra Z-bracket.
#11 Satisfaction Guaranteed
We’re confident that you and your pet will love our floating bowls. In the unlikely event our dinnerware doesn’t meet your expectations, you can return it and we will gladly refund your money.
#12 Quick to Purchase
Buying our floating bowls is simple! Just visit our website, select the size dinnerware you want, provide payment information and we’ll ship them out within 2 business days. We want you and your pet to start enjoying your new floating bowls right away.
#13 Clean Floors
Floating dog bowls do not touch the floor making floor cleanup a easy. Once you convert to floating you will be suprised and shocked, as we were, to the level of convenience. Dogs always make a mess under the dog bowls, now you can perform cleanup duties without moving the bowls. Fast and friendly.
#14 Plaster and Drywall
The hardware has been tested in old home plaster with a 185 lb Great Dane and it performed perfectly. Drywall had no issues either with the same tester dog.
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