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2012 Gift Guide: PetPerfect Feeder

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In the course of your pet’s day, mealtimes definitely rank high on the list of favorite activities. These sturdy elevated feed stations from PetPerfect are a ‘perfect” way to enhance their mealtime experience even more. Custom carved from 10- or 12- gauge steel and fitted with rubber leg inserts, these feeders will remain in place while in use and are non-marring on floors.

PetPerfect feeders are available in several powder-coated colors and can be personalized with your pet’s name laser cut into the side panels of the feeder. Non-personalized feeders are available with plain end panels or with several different designer cutout patterns including paw prints, clover, bones, and hearts.

Each feeder comes with two stainless steel bowls which nest in rubber gaskets to keeps the bowls stable. The bowls are easily removed for cleaning.

Using an elevated feeder can help pets with mobility issues as it reduces strain on their back, neck and legs. (And it is a bit easier on humans with back problems, too, as they don’t have to bend down as far to serve pet meals.) Floors stay cleaner as well.

PetPerfect Feeders come in several different sizes to accommodate your pet:

  • Small 13.5″ L x 7″ W x 4.75″ H  with 1 pint bowls
  • Medium 16″ L x 9″ W x 7″ H 1 quart bowls
  • Large 21.5″ L x 10.75″ W x 11.5″ H 2 quart bowls
  • X-Large 23″ L x 11.75″ W x 15″ H 3 quart bowls

Price: Feeders are priced by size and side panel choices and range from $70 for a Small, standard feeder up to $170 for an X-Large, personalized feeder.

These high quality feeders are just the thing to make your pet’s mealtime even more special.

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Disclosure: We received a PetPerfect Feeder for review; all opinions are entirely our own.

Images courtesy of PetPerfect.

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Paris Permenter is an award-winning author of over 30 pet and travel books. Along with her husband, John Bigley, Paris is the founder and publisher of CatTipper and DogTipper.