Hip & Joint Issues

  • Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD)

    Even though it’s one of the most common skeletal diseases that’s typically found in large and giant breed dogs, CHD may start at any age and last a lifetime. By serving your pet’s food and water using the ergonomically designed PetComfort Feeding System, you’ll reduce your dog’s pain and discomfort.

  • Hereditary Bone or Joint Issues

    While typically prevalent in large and giant breed canines, hereditary bone and/or joint issues, such as osteochondritis dissecans (OCD), panosteitis (bone inflammation) and Moller-Barlow’s disease (hypertrophic osteodystrophy (HOD)) are painful conditions that can slow down or cause problems with your dog’s bone and/or joint movement. That’s why the PetComfort Feeding System can help; it was designed to reduce your dog’s overall body movement when eating or drinking.

  • Muscle Sprains and Strains

    Most humans have experienced a muscle sprain or strain, and can attest to the pain and discomfort they can cause. When our pets are afflicted with similar acute injuries, they look to us to help them. By using the PetComfort Feeding System, your pet will find mealtime convenient and pleasant.

  • Legg-Calve-Perthes Vascular Disease

    Small breed canines are most often affected by Legg-Calve-Perthes vascular disease, which can mean the femur (thigh bone) is more susceptible to luxate (pop out of the joint). After your dog has surgery, it's important to prevent your pet from unnecessary movement. The all-in-one and dishwasher safe PetComfort Feeding System elevates your pet’s food and water at the "perfect" height to minimize your pet's movement.

  • Canine Elbow Dysplasia (CED, UAP, FCP, FMC)

    Prevalent in certain medium and large breeds, CED causes pain and your dog may limp or "favor" the paw. By using the PetComfort Feeding System, your dog’s mealtime movement will be minimal and make it more enjoyable.

  • Congenital Anomaly

    Affecting pets of all breeds and sizes, congenital malformations (a.k.a. congenital disorders) could cause your pet discomfort and other issues. With its elevated and shallow food and water bowls, the PetComfort Feeding System could make your pet’s mealtime more comfortable.

Back Health Issues

  • Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD)

    Most often found in long bodied canines (e.g., Basset hound, Dachshund, Corgi, Shih Tzu, Beagle, etc.), IVDD can occur at any age. When the discs bulge or protrude, it can cause pain, nerve damage and paralysis. The PetComfort Feeding System’s "perfectly" elevated bowls to your pet’s height will decrease any needless movement during mealtime.

  • Degenerative Myelopathy & Spinal Cord Tumors

    Affecting middle aged and older pets of any breed and size, degenerative myelopathy can be medically managed. With spinal cord tumors, it may be a devastating diagnosis. Regardless, it’s important to decrease any unnecessary movement by your pet. The PetComfort Feeding System will help you facilitate a minimal effort mealtime for your pet.

  • Neck (Cervical) & Lower Back Issues

    Whether your pet has degenerative L-S (lumbosacral) stenosis (a.k.a. DLSS) or canine wobbler syndrome (cervical spondylomyelopathy), the narrowing of the spinal (vertebral) canal, especially if it compresses the nerve roots, can be painful. By reducing your pet’s movement when eating or drinking water, the PetComfort Feeding System aids your pet so mealtime is enjoyable again.

  • Meningitis

    Causing a painful inflammation around your pet’s brain and/or spinal cord, meningitis is a pathological condition that can be treated. Even if treatment is successful, your pet’s activities, including any movement during mealtime, should be minimal to reduce pain associated with excessive movement. Ergonomically designed for nominal action during mealtime, your pet will appreciate the PetComfort Feeding System.

  • Fibrocartilaginous Embolism (FCE)

    FCE essentially causes a "stroke" to the spinal cord, which means your pet may lose strength and function in one area of the body. By selecting your pet’s "perfect" PetComfort Feeding System height, you will eliminate any needless movement during mealtime.

Geriatric Pets

  • Vision Issues

    When pets develop vision issues, such as cataracts, they rely even more on their sense of smell to "see" things, which could be why your pet is slower to "reach" for food. By elevating food and water bowls, it makes it a little easier for your pet to enjoy mealtime.

  • Canine Osteoarthritis (COA a.k.a. DJD)

    If diagnosed with chronic canine osteoarthritis (COA), or degenerative joint disease (DJD), any movement for our dogs can be painful. Even the most food-motivated or hungry dog will slow down when afflicted with COA/DJD. By using the PetComfort Feeding System, it will make mealtime more comfortable by keeping the food and water elevated at the perfect height to minimize movement.

  • Geriatric Joints & Spine

    From canine hip dysplasia (CHD) and spondylosis to many other degenerative conditions, dogs who suffer from these conditions that reduce bending the neck (cervical), back (thoracic), lower back (lumbar) and pelvis/hips (sacral) during mealtime will appreciate the PetComfort Feeding System. By minimizing the pain associated with these conditions, your dog will enjoy mealtime again.

  • Discomfort Caused by Cancer

    Depending on the cancer, your pet may experience orthopedic, neurologic, soft tissue or other organ discomfort. With the PetComfort Feeding System, your pet will be able to comfortably consume food and water without excessive movement and stress on his/her body.

Bacteria & Skin Infections

  • Bacteria & Skin Infections

    From staphylococcal (staph) infections to kennel cough, it’s vital our pet’s food and water bowls are routinely cleaned.

    While many bacteria and skin infections can be treated with medication, it’s important to reduce future infections – or try to prevent them from occurring in the first place. As the only elevated pet food system that’s certified safe for humans, the PetComfort Feeding System takes cleanliness and your pet's health to the next level by using food-contact safe silver-based antimicrobial agents that will discourage staining from mold and bacteria growth and odor.

    In addition, the dishwasher safe PetComfort Feeding System has the following benefits to help protect against infection:

    • FDA Approved Materials
    • NSF Certified
    • BPA Free
    • Phenol Free
    • Heavy Metal Free
    • Allergen Free
    • Phthalates Plasticizer Free
    • No Ozone Depleting Chemicals
    • Latex Free
    • Pesticide, Insecticide, Herbicide Free



    Since more than half of our pets are overweight or obese, it is important we feed them the appropriate amount of food. When our pets are overweight or obese, in addition to the obvious stress on the joints, obesity can cause significant health issues including respiratory disease, metabolic/endocrine disease and heart conditions.

    By using the PetComfort Feeding System, the wide shallow bowls discourage overfeeding. Since the bowl sizes correspond to your pet’s height, you will have a guide on how much food is appropriate for your pet.