Friday, September 14, 2012

Neater Feeder Review & Giveaway @NeaterFeeder

If you have a furry four legged friend then you know that they can be the messiest eaters. I know my two dogs like to take their food out of the bowls on occasion. I also know that more times than I can count the water and food bowls have been knocked over either by myself, the kids or anyone who enters our small zoo!

Here's how it works:

Party of 5 received the Large Neater Feeder with Leg extensions to review with our pooches.
Being that there is a huge size difference in our dogs; Bandit is a RatShih { rat terrier/shih tzu } and Daisy is a Mastador { mastiff / lab } I went with the large Neater Feeder for Daisy.

Neater Feeder is the world's first pet feeding system for dogs and cats that contains spills and splashes and separates spilled food from spilled water. Spilled water drains into the lower reservoir while spilled food stays off of the floor.

Large - Standard 1 - With Leg Extensions 1
Food Bowl Capacity:7 cups7 cups
Water Bowl Capacity:9 cups9 cups
Pet Weight Range:35-100+ lbs35-100+ lbs
Pet Shoulder Height:15-21 Inches20+ Inches
Feeding Height (at bowl rim):8 inches11 inches
Neater Feeder Dimensions:21L x 13W x 14.5H21L x 13W x 17.5H

I was surprised one day when I saw Bandit drinking out of the Neater Feeder. I wasn't sure he could reach.

This is Daisy eating and drinking out of the Large Neater Feeder

She has no trouble whatsoever in reaching her bowls. In fact Daisy is only 7 months old! Yikes!

I love the fact that if the kids are playing an knock into the bowls now there isn't water and food everywhere!

Buy It: you can buy the Large Neater Feeder for $65.98 { with leg extension }
Win It: One Lucky Party of 5 reader is going to win their choice of size!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Kerri Fay said...

The Neater Feeder is the only feeding system on the market that manages the mess by containing and separating spilled food from spilled water!

Julie said...

The creation of Neater Feeder was inspired by an adopted dog and his 'sister'.

Mikki said...

Anything spilled is caught in reservoirs!

Shay said...


I learned the Neater Feeder protects floors and walls from the stains, mold and damage caused by spilled water


Jennifer said...

I love that they offer different sized bowls and leg extensions for all breeds of dogs and cats too.

Abby said...

I love that they are available in all different sizes, They look very well made.

raceracegirl said...

This is a great feeder for animals it stays put and is a wisk to clean.
Thanks for the chance!

raceracegirl at yahoo dot com

Jennifer Young said...

These bowls save time! No more cleaning up every time your pet's bowl is bumped, or when your over-eager eater enjoys a meal.

Kimberly O said...

love that it contains all spilt food and water. so my floors stay cleaner.

rookieabh said...

The Neater Feeder is the most award winning pet product ever!

Nicole Ott said...

That the come in different sizes and can be for cats too!

Eileen said...

I found out on site they have a retailer list who carries the Neater Feeder, and was happy to see they have one at an Animart in Wisconsin, in our nearby city only about 20 minutes from our house!

thanks much!
ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

Eileen said...

I did not see a 'LIKE' button on this blog post, and as an entry it says to Like the post. I went to Facebook and did it there and commented there. Hope that is OK?

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

Aunt Maggie Rocks said...

I learned that it has non-skid feet to prevent skidding and sliding!

Maria said...

keeps spilled food and water separate!

Rebecca said...

I learned that they also have sizes for cats! And that the food and water that are spilled are caught by the neater feeder! My cat always leaves crumbles of dry food on the floor!
rebatink at gmail dot com

Christine Jessamine said...

i learned this comes in 2 different colors

christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

Belinda said...

I learned the lower reservoir that can safely contain more than an entire bowl of spilled water.

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