That Fido, he’s so jaded, so blasé. Perhaps a Hermès feed bowl for his black label Alpo will perk him up.
Hermès is best known for flashy clothing and accessories, but the French fashion house combined stainless with lightly-finished oak to improve the presentation of Rover’s rations. The bowl has the brand’s name burned into one side, but the whole thing, seen from above, suggests the Hermès Chaîne d’Ancre emblem.
Additionally, the wood has been treated in the ancient method of barrel-making. The process involves two seasonings over open flame and gives the wood its vintage look.
The bowl measures 10.8 inches in length, and 3.3 inches in height. The two halves are connected by magnets, and can be split apart; the bowls are removable for cleaning.