Dish up your pet's dinners in style.
From cleverly designed water bowls that refill themselves automatically to raised bowls that help aid digestion, these pet bowls are clever, sleek and stylish, and wouldn’t look out of place in a modern kitchen.
Make feeding time fabulous and keep your kitchen on point with this cool copper cat bowl.
You won’t mind leaving these personalised fish-shaped cat dishes on the kitchen floor. You can even colour-match the rim to suit your kitchen’s interiors.
How gorgeous is this Snoopy-style dog bowl by Italian designer Alessi? Great for keeping food fresh and out of reach for pesky insects. The lid does the double task of protecting the food (and preventing it from stinking up the kitchen), as well as stopping your furry friends from eating all day. Winner winner, chicken dinner.
You’d never guess this collapsable, canvas sack was waterproof. But it is, making it perfect for whipping out on the go or on hot days, whether for kibble or water. Just squish it into your bag or coat pocket and off you go.
Your pooch’ll be counting their lucky stars with the starry Emma Bridgewater pet bowls – and so will you, as they’re just £19.95, including personalisation.
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As well as aiding digestion, the extra height from this raised number is ideal for senior or arthritic pets that find mealtimes challenging. It also comes in six colours and finishes but we reckon the matte black and birch has a Scandi appeal.
If your cat dreams of caviar (which cat doesn’t) and loves the high life, this caviar cat bowl is sure to hit the spot.
Complement your marble worktops with matching marble effect and personalised pet bowls by We Love To Create. The brand also have other fonts and styles to choose from, such as their personalised frame designs.
Choose from pugs, sausage dogs, black labs or Westies with Orvis’s charming illustrated pet bowls.
This stylish, handmade and hand-glazed ceramic bowl would look almost more at home on the dinner table, if it weren’t for it’s giveaway pet bowl shape.
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