Safety Bowl
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Safety Bowl

Safety Bowl is a safe feeding station for both cats and dogs with a non-skid base. This feeding station comes in three different sizes, and regardless of size, each one contains two toxin-free bowls. The bowls are embedded in the station in order to help prevent them from getting tipped over, but they're also removable for portability purposes. Each feeding station is made in the United States with American stainless steel and has been approved by the National Sanitation Foundation.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Safety Bowl is $29.99 plus $7.99 shipping, for a total price of $37.98.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Safety Bowl being discontinued. Safety Bowl may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Safety Bowl being discontinued. Safety Bowl may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Place On Flat Surface

    The first thing you'll need to do is place this feeding station on a flat surface, such as your kitchen floor. Wherever you choose to place it, its bone-shaped, non-skid base should hold it securely in place so it doesn't move around while your pet eats.

  2. Add Food To Bowls

    Next, it'll be time to add food and / or water to the two bowls within your feeding station. If you're using the station for just one pet, you may want to fill one bowl with water and the other with food. However, if you've got two pets and are using the same station for both of them, you can fill both bowls with food (one for each pet) and use other dishes for water.

  3. Call Pet Over

    After both bowls have been filled, call your pet (or pets) over and watch them eat or drink. Since the bowls are similar in both shape and size to other pet bowls, any pet should get used to eating or drinking out of them quite quickly. As briefly mentioned, even if they like to boink their bowls with their paws or head, the bowls will be unlikely to fall out of or tip over within their Safety Bowl feeding station.


  • Non-Skid Silicone Base

    Aside from being difficult for a pet to move, the non-skid silicone base that's part of each feeding station allows for quick wiping when a human owner needs to clean it. When the time comes that some dry or wet food gets spilled on the base, you can simply wet a damp cloth and wipe the wayward food off in seconds.

  • Non-Toxic

    These days, some dishes for pets still contain potentially harmful chemicals such as lead and the compound BPA, which can seep into a pet's food and may make them sick. The way some of these dishes are made can even allow radiation to seep into a pet's food. Fortunately, the bowls within each Safety Bowl feeding station are free of potential toxins that could harm your pet. Each one is also manufactured in a facility with a net zero carbon dioxide emissions level.

  • American Made

    All of these feeding stations are made in the United States. Plus, the stainless steel used to craft them is American, so you can rest assured that it meets certain safety and quality standards that other countries may or may not care about. The National Sanitation Foundation has certified this type of feeding station as safe, which means that certain health and safety standards are consistently adhered to (regarding the facility and labor) during the manufacturing process.

  • Removable Bowls

    When you're using a Safety Bowl feeding station to feed your pet at home, it's best to keep the two bowls embedded in the station so they don't get moved around. If you need to travel somewhere with your pet, though, and you don't want to bring along an entire feeding station, you can temporarily remove one or both bowls to make them more portable.

  • Three Sizes

    The Safety Bowl feeding station comes in a small size, a medium and a large. If you've got a cat, you may want to select the small or medium-sized feeding station, while the large size is ideal for large dogs.

Positive Points

  • Looks Attractive

    The fact that the base of each Safety Bowl feeding station is bone-shaped makes each station look nifty and cute, especially if you're a dog owner. This shape may even attract your dog to the feeding station if they're not sure what to make of it at first. Additionally, the white base of each one, paired with the silver bowls, makes an attractive color combination that'll go with the decor of nearly any room.

  • Moderate In Size

    No matter which of the three sizes you choose, this feeding station is small enough that it'll only take up a couple feet of space, and won't be difficult for most pet owners to carry. Yet, you'll find that each one is large enough to hold an amount of food that'll keep a pet full for at least a few hours. There's also a decent amount of space between each station's two bowls, so if two pets are sharing a station and eating at the same time, they won't have to crowd each other out.

Negative Points

  • May Not Be Dishwasher Safe

    It's not stated that any part of each feeding station is dishwasher safe, and the base likely won't fit in your dishwasher anyhow, so you'll likely need to wash each part by hand. Cleaning up a small spill will take seconds, but if you don't get around to cleaning up small spills right after they occur, it may take you a long time to hand-wash an entire base.

  • Bowls Don't Come With Lids

    It would be helpful if each bowl within a Safety Bowl feeding station could come with a lid, which a pet owner could use whenever they needed to take a bowl outside the home. Unfortunately, they don't come with those, so in order to prevent spills when you're on the go with your pet, you'll need to find something else (like plastic wrap) to cover each transported bowl with.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Place Away From Wall

    While it's fine to place one of these feeding stations near a wall, it's best not to place one right up against the wall (or a piece of furniture). Instead, it's ideal to keep it a couple of feet away from anything vertical so your pet can walk in a full circle around their station. If multiple pets are sharing the same station, this will also give them sufficient room to eat or drink comfortably without getting into each other's space.

  2. Decorate Base

    If you think that the white base of your pet's feeding station looks bland, or you're a cat owner who thinks it looks more suited to dogs, you can always decorate it. You may want to get some pet-related stickers and place them in various spots around the base to make it look more colorful, or label the slot for each bowl with a pet's name. To label the station with a name or a group of names, you could opt to use either stickers or non-toxic paint.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Safety Bowl online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Safety Bowl online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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