Dog Bowls

Your dog eats and drinks out of his dog bowls every day and we would like to help you choose the right type of dog bowl for your pet. For some fun, we have personalized painted ceramic dog bowls that can depict your pet's favorite scenery. Stainless steel dog bowls are easy to clean and dishwasher safe. If you have a larger dog, please check out our elevated Dog Feeders also!

Check also: Dog Placemats


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Handmade Porcelain Pedestal Dog Bowl Personalized
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These elevated dog bowls can help reduce strain on your dog's neck at mealtime. The design is simple and elegant and will complement any home. They are sturdy and resist tipping from enthusiastic eaters! They are thrown on the potter's...


No matter how many toys and treats and other accessories you shower your dog with, their world revolves around their dog bowl. Nothing gets their tails wagging and tongues flapping like the sound of mom or dad filling the doggie dish in the kitchen. Your pup eats and drinks out of their bowl multiple times a day, which means that their dinnerware will be a regular appearance in your life as well.

For a playful look, we have personalized painted ceramic dog bowls depicting your pet's favorite scenery. Stainless steel dog bowls are easy to clean and dishwasher safe. We also have various elevated dog feeders so your big boy doesn’t have to strain his neck at dinner time.

Don’t settle for a standard-issue eyesore. These unique dog bowls are sure to satisfy your style and keep your pup well-fed.

Dress up dinnertime

From bone-shaped ceramic dog bowls with dividers to deluxe crystal and quartz dog dishes to naturally-cooling earthenware to hand-painted designer dog bowls—you want it, we got it.

Choosing a dog dish for your pup seems like a simple task at first, but there are many factors to consider when it comes to selecting the dog bowl perfectly suited to your canine’s unique needs. Countless breeds mean our lovable companions come in all shapes and sizes. You should keep this in mind when shopping for your dog’s dinnerware. The size of the dog dish as well as material and even such small details as design can influence your pup’s dinnertime routine.

Here are 5 tips for choosing the perfect dog dish:

Deep dog bowls for big dogs

If you have a large dog or a dog with a long snout or floppy ears, a deep bowl is the best choice. Dogs with longer snouts like dachshunds and greyhounds as well as dogs with floppy ears like basset hounds and beagles could struggle to eat from a shallow dish. This is frustrating for both the dog and owner, as you’ll likely have quite a bit of clean-up to deal with afterward. You also want to make sure that the bowl is wide enough for your dog’s snout to completely reach the bottom so they can get to every last tasty morsel.

Shallow dog bowls for small dogs

Small dogs, puppies, and dog breeds with short snouts like Frenchies, Boston Terriers, and Pugs benefit from the use of a shallow dish. With these dogs, you should also avoid dishes with sides that are too tall as it could make their food difficult to reach.

Fortify the base for playful pups

If you’ve got a puppy with a case of wiggles, you might notice that dinner begins in the kitchen and it ends up scattered down the stairs. A bowl with a rubber or silicone base helps prevent young and clumsy dogs from knocking over their food dish. The base works as a suction cup, keeping the bowl in place and reducing the chance of messes and spills.

Mind the design

If you’ve got a senior dog or a hound with joint or muscle problems, an elevated dog feeder could be a quick and easy way to make dinnertime much more enjoyable for them. Dogs who wolf down their food are at risk of developing a number of health risks like vomiting, choking, and intestinal issues. Combat health problems and encourage your pup to savor their food with a slow-feeding dish.

Unique materials, unique benefits

In Bitch New York you can buy bowls in a wide variety of materials because we know that each pup has its own priorities. Here are our recommendations for choosing a dog dish material that fits you and your dog’s lifestyle.

Crystal, quartz, and stainless steel dog bowls are a solid choice if durability is a concern. Your dog is significantly less likely to chew the sides of a crystal or quartz dog dish and stainless steel can take the beating. Plus, these dog bowls are dishwasher safe and easy to clean.

Earthenware, concrete, and ceramic dog bowls are also durable and they come in tons of various shapes, sizes, and designs. Many are naturally cooling for your dog’s dining pleasure and the weight of the bowl makes it difficult for your dog to push around. Get it personalized to let your dog know he’s part of the family.

Plastic dog bowls are a durable and low-cost option available in many sizes and colors. They’re also generally dishwasher-friendly.

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Naturally Cooling Dog Food Bowl Concrete

Minimalist design with slow-feeder features, this stylish and functional dog dish prevents overeating and indigestion. Soak the bowl in water for one minute prior to feeding time to activate a natural cooling effect lasting several hours. Constructed from food-safe and dishwasher-safe materials. Complete the set with a matching water bowl!

Two Series Dog Dinnerware

Variety is the spice of life. Mix and match with this adorable earthenware dog bowl set. Hand-crafted and hand-painted, these bowls are available in many beautiful designs, colors, and sizes. All are made with lead-free paints and materials. The dishwasher and microwave are safe.

Basset Hound 4 Dog Bowl

You won’t find another dog bowl like this anywhere in the world. Each pottery dog bowl is custom-made in the USA with love and care. Hand-thrown white porcelain china is glazed and fired with three hand-brushed applications. Certified as dishwasher and microwave safe and is free from toxic chemicals and materials. The best part? Personalization is available for your pooch at no extra charge!

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