The Dogleg Diner is where style-concious canines keep their kibble.
Author Adam K. Raymond Photography John Lawton
Doca Pet’s Dogleg Diner is the food bowl your dog would buy if you put the little guy in charge of such things. Designed by Luke Wong, who typically creates furniture for humans, the Dogleg Diner keeps two bowls aloft, so small pups like Bobby (above) don’t have to strain their neck muscles at chow time (apparently, that’s a problem).
More important, though, the Dogleg Diner looks fantastic. And with scratch-resistant powder-coated steel legs and a nonskid rubber bottom, it’s sure to stay that way.
Dogleg Diner / $98 / www.docapet.com
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