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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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|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 ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This keeps my dog from eating too fast....mission accomplished with this.Published 19 days 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 1 month ago by J. Mitchell
My rescue dog was born in the inner city and accustomed to running wild with a dog pack. She came to me with stomach problems caused by eating found garbage for the first six... Read morePublished 1 month ago by wen313
The dish was too like weight and the dog pushed it all over the kitchen. The puppy played with it and was able to make teeth marks on the bumps.Published 1 month ago by wylie
I just realized (from Amazon's "you purchased this on [this date]" feature) that our 70-lb. Standard Poodle -- a breed susceptible to bloat -- has been eating his kibble... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ReadsForFun
It worked great a first, But my dog is an evil genius and figured out how to game the system fairly quickly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darth Bob
Works well. I would prefer a steel or ceramic bowl. I ordered plastic insteadPublished 2 months ago by cindy wymer johns
These were a replacement for our 10 year old bowls..identical to the new ones...Although the old hadn't really disintegrated yet, thought the dog needed a treat... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sheryl A. Ross
This bowl really did help slow our SUPER fast eater down! (Schnauzer)Published 3 months ago by jlmtik