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Proto Fab Design, Inc.

185 Anclote Blvd.
Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689
United States
Telephone: 727-938-9299.

Products manufactured by Proto Fab Design, Inc. (listed alphabetically)


    The Lazy Bones Pet Dish Lifter is a pet feeder designed for use by individuals with mobility, walking, or balance disabilities. The device has a long steel handle with a large rubber grip attached to a steel base supporting one or two feeding bowls (depending on the model). It is intended to enable the user to lift the pet dish from the floor to the counter and back for filling, emptying or washing with no bending or stooping. Available models include the small plastic double dish (cat), large plastic double dish (dog), double stainless steel bowl (two eight-ounce bowls), large double stainless steel bowl (two sixteen-ounce bowls), medium stainless steel single bowl (32-ounce bowl), and the Beast (single 64-ounce stainless steel bowl). DIMENSIONS: The handle is 26 inches long. WEIGHT: 2 or 3 pounds empty, depending on the model. COLOR: Black, green camouflage, pink camouflage, leopard, or woodgrain. The small plastic bowl is available in blue, green, or gold and the large plastic bowl is available in red, blue, or green.

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