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The stone & glass bone-shaped diner is perfect for man's best friend plus it adds a touch of elegance to your home.

Bowls Options (I use the interior bowl diameter so that it doesn't include the rim around the outside edge--this give you an accurate way to compare your current bowl with the bowls listed)
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Small:
Two stainless steel paw print embossed bowls (rimmed bowls - 2 cups) - photos 3 & 4 (I no longer use the PP bowls)
Two SS bowls (rimless bowls - holds 3 cups each)
Two SS deep bowls (rimless bowls - 2 cups) - photos 1 & 2
Two beige and black ceramic bowls (holds 2 cups) 5" interior diameter x 1 3/4" deep (see photo 5 for bowl color)

Medium:
Two stainless steel 5 cup bowls
Two cream ceramic bowls - 6 1/4" interior diameter x 2 1/2" deep, holds 5 cups
Two champagne ceramic bowls - 6 1/2" interior diameter x 2 1/2" deep, holds over 5 cups

Large:
Two stainless steel 8 cup bowls
Two beige and black ceramic bowls, 7 1/4" interior diameter x 3" deep, holds over 9 cups (see photo 5 for bowl color)


Materials: The top of the diner is composed of specialty tiles in travertine stone tiles, smoky brown and clear light brown glass tiles along with a 2 x 2 accent tile in the center. (Accent tile will vary.) The tile layout varies slightly for each diner. I only use an epoxy grout that does not require sealing.

Photo 5 is an example of a large stone diner created for a customer.

Base: Four panel wood base will be hand-painted in brown. Just select desired height from pull down menu.

Dimensions: 18 1/2"L x (customized height) H x 11 1/2" W

Layaway plans available. Contact me for more information.

Please be aware that mosaic designs vary slightly and the final custom order may be slightly different that the examples above. That is the natural of mosaic. That is also which makes each piece unique. Both diners shown above are just examples of prior orders. The material used in the two sample diners above is the same, the tile layout is what changes the look.

An elevated dog diner is beneficial by allowing dogs to maintain a healthier posture while eating and drinking, stress on neck, back and legs is reduced. By elevating food and water bowls, digestion is improved and the risk of choking is minimized.

Why hide your dog's diner when guests come to visit? There is no need with a posh diner. Each is a piece of art to be displayed and enjoyed.

I suggest wiping the surface of your diner weekly to maintain a clean surface. A soft cloth such as a Total-Reach microfiber dust and polish cloth is a must for every Posh Diner. Remove bowls weekly to clean the surface throughly to help prevent water and food hardening on the surface. If your dog is a messy eater, you may need to wipe down the surface of the diner more often.

I take great pride in my workmanship and quality of my products. Custom styles and colors available.

Orders take approximately 3 to 4 weeks to complete. Please understand that I do all the work in my shop by myself (no crew to assist me) so please note the processing time for the item you order. Your patience is appreciated!

All designs were created exclusively for Mary's Posh Doggie Diners. No diner mosaic design may be reproduced without the written consent of Mary's Posh Doggie Diners. Copyright 2009

Stone & Glass Diner, raised dog feeder, elevated dog bowls

US$175.00
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, glass tiles, stainless bowls, stone tiles, epoxy grout
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 86 reviews
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