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Elevated Pet Feeder Giveaway

Coburn's Exclusive Yellow

Arc Design

An elevated feeder may be just what you need to spruce up your pet’s feeding station, but trying to find one that is stylish and coordinates with your decor is usually impossible! That’s exactly what Coby Gullen, a welder by trade, found when he started searching for attractive elevated feeders for his dogs. Finding the quality and design of the options available lacking, Coby decided to build his own.

A few weeks later he finished the first prototypes and his dogs loved them. It wasn’t long until he and fellow designer, Jonathan Hammel, launched their line of hand-crafted, elevated feeders in a variety of colors.

Coburn's Exclusive Elevated Pet Feeder Black

C-Scroll Design

Traditional or modern. Chihuahua to Great Dane. Coburn’s Exclusive will design a feeding station that compliments your decor and fits your dog or cat perfectly. The only thing you need to do is measure your pet to determine the appropriate sized feeder. Instructions are provided on their website, but basically you measure from the ground to the top of your pet’s shoulder and subtract 6 inches. For pets 10 inches and shorter they suggest a 4 inch tall feeder. From there, you can shop their website or work with them to customize a feeder that will be perfect for you.

Liz at recently tried one of these feeders with her dog, and this is what she had to say:

“Daisy has always been a picky eater but she sure is crazy about her new feeder from Coburn’s Exclusive! I’ve noticed that she also drinks more water, which the vet has been encouraging for some time now. And I’m in love with the modern design! So glad we chose the red one – it adds a bold bit of color to our kitchen!”

Coburn's Exclusive Elevated Pet Feeder Retro

Retro Diner Design

Enter to Win

This contest is now closed. Congratulations to the winner, Lauren Phorn! Thank you all for entering, and for those that didn’t win, use this promo code to get a 10% discount on your order: GOPET12

Today we’re giving one of you the chance to win a hand-crafted pet feeder valued at $100 from Coburn’s Exclusive! To enter, leave a comment below telling us which design you’d pick for your dog or cat.

Contest Rules

The contest runs from 10am EST February 21, 2012 to 11:59 pm EST February 24, 2012. This contest is open only to US and Canadian residents over the age of 18, except where prohibited. All contest entries will be assigned a number and the winning number will be picked by We will announce the winner in an update to this post and on the Facebook page no later than Tuesday, February 28, 2012. The decision of the judges is final. The winner has 3 days to claim the prize. If the prize is not claimed by the winner within 3 days, an alternate winner will be chosen from the pool of entries. The winner of the prize is responsible for any and all applicable taxes on the prize. Employees and relatives of are ineligible to enter the contest.

Disclosure: I have not personally tested a Colburn’s Exclusive Pet Feeder. The winner of the contest will receive the feeder directly from Coburn’s Exclusive. We were compensated for writing and publishing this post.

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  • Lauren Elizabeth says:

    AWESOME! I am doing that right now:)

  • I would choose the C-Scroll Design.

  • I like the reto diner design, because it looks like it would be easy to clean for my messy berner!

  • Mickey and I would be extremely excited and proud to be the receipants the modern feeder in red. Mickey, a long hair chihuahua, is my service dog. He deserves all of the luxuries of the world but I am not in the financial situation to give them to him. Currently my little life saver eats out of little plastic food containers placed on the ground. These feeders are true works of art, all are beautiful. Thank you for creating such wonderful and beautiful feeding stations for our treasured four legged friends (life savers, family).

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