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Brake-Fast Dog Food Slow Feed Bowl - Medium Blue

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  • Medium- 5 cups
  • Helps reduce the risk of Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV or 'Bloat')
  • Slower eating makes an animal feel more full and reduces instances of 're-eating'
  • Veterinarian tested and recommended
  • Works with kibble or canned food
  • Elegant, no-tip shape, urable, dishwasher safe plastic
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.5 inches ; 9.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000PE30MQ
  • Item model number: ZX7082 15
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,604 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

This uniquely designed dog bowl features three center posts that dogs have to eat around, preventing them from gulping their food too quickly. The lightweight design encourages dogs to eat calmly and gently to prevent the dish from slipping and sliding. Veterinarian tested and recommended, this bowl help to reduce the instances of gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV or "Bloat"). Features an elegant, no-tip shape. Medium bowl is great for most dog size from beagles to bernese mountain dogs. Dishwasher safe. Available in blue color and medium size. Bowl measures 10-1/2-inch diameter by 2-1/2-inch height and holds 5 cups of food.

Customer Reviews

This really helped my dog slow down while she's eating!
Michelle Bright
Wow...really slowed this dog down and now our old dog can finish her food before the pup even thinks of turning and finishing it for her.
dog lover
This bowl would be ok if it was heavier and there was rubber on the bottom to prevent it from sliding across the floor.
Ruth Nelson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Northern Gal on September 26, 2007
(Note added 8-2011 - this bowl is SUPPOSED to slide around and not stay put - folks apparently didn't read the company's info sheet). This bowl has provided us and our coonhound many hours of entertainment. Our hound was nearly starving to death when we rescued him so he was voracious whenever food was presented to say the least. I feed real food, not just kibble and that gives me the opportunity to smear food all around the bowl and posts which prolongs the enjoyment. If you only feed kibble, try adding some active culture yogurt, canned pumpkin or applesauce with no added sugar, and see what fun you and your dog can have. Putting the bowl on a smooth service adds to the fun because it gets pushed around. My hound went from about 30 seconds of eating his meal to about 4 to 5 minutes depending on what's in the bowl, and he absolutely loves it. I have to buy another now for the 2nd dog because he gets so bummed out that he finishes before the hound and has to watch him play with his bowl. I prefer plastic, but if anyone wants a metal bowl, send emails to the Brake Fast company and they will respond. Their service is excellent. My current dogs don't eat their bowls, but I had a husky who would chew on anything plastic so I know it wouldn't have worked for her, either.

For best results - do your dog(s) a favor and put real food in this bowl and not just kibble. I've been feeding real food for over 20 years & my dogs are/have been incredibly fit, healthy & long lived. Our vet is like the Maytag repair guy.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Zupermario on August 15, 2007
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Ive been looking for this type of product for a while, and it actually amazes me that no one else has thought of it.. then I realize why

the problem with this, is that each dog is obviously different. The length of the nose and shape of mouth, makes a big difference.

I have 4 labs, 1 of them is a mastermind, and knows the tricks of the trade to get in there and eat fast, the other 2 still goes in circles trying to get it, the last just takes his dandy ol time anyways to begin with

It does work to some extent, but some dogs "learn". so I notice that my dogs at first ate slow, but now eat faster. Not as fast as they would in a normal bowl but still, theres only so much you can do I guess

Lastly, my biggest gripe is the material. Its like cheap plastic imo. My dogs bit their bowls, and the plastic gets damaged easily so my next question is, why didnt they make this with Metal ? or somethhing else more durable?

good luck, hope it works for you..
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Michele on May 23, 2007
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I have a bulldog puppy who eats way to fast. This is a great bowl, but because Bulldogs have flat faces, it really doesnt work too well for them.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Dogmom on February 8, 2008
I recently purchased four Brake Fast Bowls, three for my dogs (two Rottweiler /Lab crosses and a Great Dane) and one for my foster dog, a Doberman. One of my Rotties tried to tip the dish, but the sloped sides prevented that. He tried to pick it up and dump it, but failed there as well. The other three tried eating as fast as before, but really did have to slow down. My other Rottie mix is now approaching his dish slower (before he would dive into it and send the kibble flying). My only complaint is that the dishes are plastic and there are teeth marks on the posts. I would definately purchase these again in heavy duty stainless steel. I hope the manufacturer reads this!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By HulaChic6 on February 9, 2010
Wish they didn't make this so cheap, it is a great working bowl. It has slowed down my English Springer Spaniel's fast eating habits immensely. Recommened for pets that eat too fast! This bowl slides around A LOT too, we place it on top of a towel to keep it still. You might want to purchase the metal one instead.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Purpledog on January 10, 2010
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Out of all my dogs (6 Greyhounds), 2 gulp their food as if they have never been fed before. I am greatly concerned not only about choking but the dreaded, deadly bloat that can occur as a result of eating so fast, especially with barrel-chested dogs. I've tried many things, including feeding them small incremental amounts (1/2 Cup) at a time, but with 6 feeding stations in the kitchen, that gets a bit complicated with the others always wanting 'more' when they see me putting 'more' into these 2 particular bowls.

I have also tried putting a much smaller stainless steel bowl (for a much smaller toy breed) upsidedown in their bowls and putting their food around it. This does work, however, liquid and some food always gets underneath so unless I'm standing watch as they eat, they can miss some of their meal: but their 'nose' always 'knows' the food is in there somewhere! This gets messy, too, having to lift out the smaller upsidedown bowl for them to get the last remains of their meals..dripping all the way to the sink, etc.

So, I gave in and tried these. While I dislike feeding my guys and gals in plastic (no dishwasher so I hand-wash and want to feel I've gotten them as clean as possible). I do prefer stainless, but will use ceramic if need be although ceramic can slowly wear down teeth in aggressive eaters. I tried these first for the expense. Didn't want to spend $35. on a metal bowl if it didn't work. So, here is what I experienced last night when I tried them out. (They arrived late yesterday afternoon).

First, I had to figure out how to make them work with the existing feeding stations. They are very light, weighing only 9.3oz on my kitchen scale.
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