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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|Dimensions||2.5 inches x 10.5 inches x 10.5 inches||2.69 inches x 11.81 inches x 11.81 inches||8.5 inches x 8.5 inches x 2.5 inches||1.8 inches x 7.8 inches x 7.8 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.2 pounds||1.6 pounds||0.44 pounds||0.3 pounds|
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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.
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..
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.Read more ›
When I saw this and similar bowls I thought, "Now there's a good idea."
So, the bowl arrived today. I washed it in hot, soapy water and rinsed and dried it. Then I introduced it to Henry, assuring him it was HIS and then put in his dry chow. He wouldn't eat a thing. He's afraid of the bowl. I know this is a ruse. Henry is exceedingly clever, not to mention willful. But I am holding fast on this one.
I just went in and the guilt-master is laying on the floor in front of his feeding station, begging with puppy eyes to be fed. I shook the bowl a tad -- and he took a bite, but then spit it on the floor and ate it from there. I will say, "Yes, it works. This bowl has slowed Henry's eating!"
Although I checked the dimensions, this is a large-ish bowl. I could have gone with a small, but it was pink. Couldn't do that to my laddie.
Off now to add some tuna fish juice from the can to his new bowl. A mommy always has to stay on top of things! ;-)
p.s. Next morning...
"He likes it! Henry likes it!"
My darling boy ate his breakfast from the new bowl and at far less than "inhale" speed. He just needed to accept the new bowl. So, an unqualified 5 stars for this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this was a little slow in shipping but I needed this for my Turkish Van cat who eats way too fast & would not digest then vomit food.
It slows my cat down. Read more
My lab eats like he's starving and it's his first meal in years. thanks to this bowl, he's forced to slow down.Published 21 days ago by Jonathan Ares
The dog has to eat slower. Don't know if it helps him. But makes me feel better.Published 28 days ago by Early Bird Service
Works great. Keeps dogs from eating too fast and getting a bloat condition which can be very serious. Have used similar to these for seven or more years. Recommended.Published 2 months ago by Long Ranger
works great- one of the few that is not too small for my dog. just wish it was metal instead.Published 2 months ago by Drl
slid all over the floor when our dog was attempting to eat dinner - made it a little too difficult to eatPublished 3 months ago by Sharon Thomas
This keeps my dog from eating too fast....mission accomplished with this.Published 4 months ago by Lori
I've been using this bowl for one of my dogs for the past 9 years. Works great at slowing her down. She vomits if she eats too fast and this bowl is critical for her. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Mitchell