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Loving Pets’ Vintage Diners Dog Bowls – Review

Rachel Phelps
Written by Rachel Phelps

I admit, I LOVE to eat! Ok, not as much as my dog brother Elvis … hehehe.  When Loving Pets asked me to review their new vintage diner dog bowls, I thought, hmm … to test it out Mom will have to put food in it.  That’s an extra meal!  So I agreed and waited for my bowls to arrive from my new best friend – the UPS driver (he is always bringing me the best pets products!).

The Loving Pets’ Vintage Diners come in different sizes from the toy dog size, to westie size, and all the way up to big dog size (2 quart bowls).  According to Mom, an elevated base is good for us dogs because it puts less strain on our necks when feeding.  I never thought about it since I’m always kind of close to my bowl, but a lab or a boxer has to stretch to reach their food.

The feeding bowls of the vintage diners come out of the base and they are stainless steel, which helps resist bacteria.  The bowls are also dishwasher safe.

Loving Pets’ Vintage Diners Dog Bowls – ReviewMom really liked the base because as she said it is “pretty and looks vintage.”  She also said the design makes the bowl fit in more with our kitchen décor.  Personally, being a dog, I never paid attention to that kind of stuff – but I do admit, I think the set looks “pretty” in a human kind of way.

Overall, I give the Loving Pets’ Vintage Diners two bowls up … as long as Mom keeps filling them with my dog food.

For more information and to pick up your own vintage diners go to:Loving Pets Black Label Collection Mission Diner for Dogs, 1-Quart, Vintage Black

Disclosure –The product was provided to my rents and I free of charge.  However, opinions expressed here are my own.

About the author

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps

Rachel Phelps, “America’s Pet Parent,” is an award-winning writer, photographer, and certified dog trainer. She keeps busy managing the career of her Internet celebrity dog Preston from Preston Speaks. Her three Westies — who think they are mini-humans — and three cats rule the house. To learn more about Rachel go to: Rachel Phelps Website


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