With three color and size options, these hefty stoneware dishes have “dog” written all over them.To buy: Starting at $16, harrybarker.com.Featured October 2011
This bowl raises mealtime to new heights, with a super-chic resin spindle that doubles as sculpture.To buy: $44, wayfair.com.
For the minimalist, a stainless steel bowl nestled neatly into a low, lacquered stand.To buy: $40, inthecompanyofdogs.com.
Crisp and clean and made of white resin, these dishes feature rubber on the bottom to prevent dogs from scooting them across the floor.To buy: Starting at $67, velocityartanddesign.com.
The wrought-iron stand keeps bowls from sliding around; the simple design means it can live just about anywhere. Plus, it’s available in three sizes perfect for any pup.To buy: Starting at $16, potterybarn.com.
For the clumsy owner who trips over the bowl or the sloppy hound needing to work on his table manners. Nesting containers catch water in the drip tray below and larger kibbles in the area above.To buy: Starting at $35, neaterfeeder.com.
Nature lovers rejoice: This hemlock trough, cut from a vintage barn beam, lends a textured, rustic feel.To buy: $70, etsy.com.See all Daily Finds from this month