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Trendy Pet Raised Slow Feeder Review and #Giveaway

        This may sound strange to non pet owners, but they just don't make homes convenient or fitting for pets to live in.  Silly, I know right?!  But if your like us we have always had several pets at one time.  There are a couple issues we've encountered at each place we've lived which is where to fit "their things".  This includes the litter box, pet beds, and most importantly the food and water dishes.

        These items can just look so bulky and out of place.  Now by all means, my home is not a clean and tidy one most of the time because of the dogs  I do, however, truly love to incorporate their furniture and personal items into our lifestyle.  I love color coordinating between my furry girls and boys as well as matching our own furniture.

        I discovered Trendy Pet on one of those random online searches I love to do and couldn't be happier.  Not only is this a brand which has created unique and stylish pet feeders but they understand the need for specific heights and unique types of bowls depending on your pet.  They stress the importance of customizing their product to fit your pet and not the other way around.

        I was able to choose a feeder which was a bit higher than the average feeder since I've got two large breed dogs.  They even help you learn how to determine the perfect height for your dog.  I was also able to pick an exceptionally stylish (in my eyes) black 12 inch raised feeder!  With one of my dogs, Rayne, being a speedy, over-eater, I knew I wanted to try the Slow Feed Dog Bowl too, in hopes of seeing her eat at a healthier pace.

        Now even though these look like wood, they are made from a BPA free plastic and are water resistant.  I LOVE this feature since Rayne doesn't believe in swallowing her water before walking away from the bowl.  This way I do not have to worry about the feeder rotting or cracking (like my last one did).  Not only does this one match perfectly with our kitchen, the dogs actually seem to prefer this as we've even tried putting one bowl on the floor and the other in the feeder.  They choose the feeder every time!

Available to purchase/Cost:  $122 - 12" Raised Slow Feed Bowl 
Recommendation:  I do think this is an extremely expensive product for a dog feeder BUT it is sure to last for quite some time.  With having an older dog in the house who can tend to get sick after eating, I know how important it is to have a quality raised feeder.  I would recommend this brand especially if you are looking for something that is going to last AND match your decor!
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Twitter:  @trendypet

Giveaway:  Trendy Pet is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers an 8-inch, two 1 quart feeder in black to have of their own!  Starting 5/12 so come back and enter to win!
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35 comments:

  1. I am really excited about the raised slow dog feeder. We want to raise our dog's food bowl as he grows (our puppy grew so fast) to make it comfortable for him to eat his food.

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  2. I think the raised feeder would work for my Aussie because he is a messy eater and he has some hip issues that make bending down painful for him.
    upstatemissy@gmail.com

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  3. For my collie, this would be so perfect so he doesn't have to reach down to the ground as he does now....

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  4. I am excited about the slow dog feeder. This might help keep our dogs from eating so much and not getting obese.

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  5. I like the raised feeder. Our dog is just a pup right now but she's getting big and we need bigger bowls for her. I also really like that this is off the floor so that I can sweep underneath it when Bella makes a mess. Thank you!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  6. I think my dog will like the raised feeder. He always has to drop his head down to eat. I would think that would be uncomfortable.

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  7. I would love to own the raised feeder because my dog is super messy when it comes to eating.

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  8. The raised dog feeder, 8 in and two quart, looks good for my dog who can be very messy and I notice she sometimes choke on her food so I think it needs to be higher for her so she could swallow it easier. I have a raised feeder for my cats and they seem to love it so I would like to try one for my dog.

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  9. I'm excited to win the feeder because Petals the Pug is a sloppy eater. UGH
    elysesw@aol.com

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  10. I really am excited about the raised feeder. I think my little Elle Mae would like it so much better because she wouldn't have to bend her head down to eat, and maybe help with all of those little crumbs all beside her bowl

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  11. I'd love the raised feeder.

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  12. I am excited about the raised feeder. I have a 15 yr old spaniel mix who has trouble bending down to feed out of the bowl on the floor and this would be very helpful.

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  13. I would like the raised dog feeder for my sister. I would love for her dog to use it.

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  14. I am very interested in the bowl that would prevent my dog Peanut from gulping her food so fast.

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  15. We could really use the slow dog feeder. Our dogs eat way too fast.

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  16. I love the slow dog feeder because our Yellow Lab eats really quickly and I've tried everything to get her to slow down !

    ktgonyea at gmail dot com

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  17. i really like the raised bowls my big dog lays down to eat poor girl.so this would be great with her she could actually stand and eat lol

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  18. I like the raised feeder. Then my pets wouldn't have to reach all the way down to eat!

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  19. I think the raised feeder is such a great idea and would make my four legged family members eating more comfy.

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  20. I think this would help so I do not end up with dog food all over my floor.

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  21. I am excited about the raised feeder because our dogs current feeder is a mess. It was nice when my husband first made it, but it has seen better days.

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  22. I am most excited about the raised feeder. I think it would be god for our dogs.

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  23. The slow dog feeder, my dachshund gobbles her kibble way to fast. This would help her to slow down, & enjoy her food.

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  24. The raised feeder would be great for my dog as it would keep him in a comfortable position while eating. I also like the slow feed bowl because my dog often eats too fast.

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  25. I like the raised feeder. It seems it would be better for pets not to have to bend down to eat their food.

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  26. I am excited about the feeder. My doggie is using a regular bowl and this would be such a trendy item for her.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  27. I think the raised feeder is fabulous, our dogs are kind of slobs when it comes to eating their dogfood.

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  28. My rottie needs one of these. She eats fast and she needs a raised feeder for her digestion.

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  29. I would say the raised center, I have not seen any bowls like this and we have had to add rocks to our pups so she doesn't snarf down all her food and then go and barf it up-yuk.

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  30. I am very excited about the raised feeder. This would be great for my big, fluffy, messy Collie.

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  31. I am most excited to get a raised feeder. Our dog is tall and it would help her to eat easier.

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  32. Looking forward to winning the raised feeder because my Ralph eats too fast

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