My dog, Logan, would benefit from a slow feeder ceramic dog bowl. He eats very fast so I have to keep taking his food dish away and give him breaks or he will throw up 🙁
Slow Feed Dog Bowls and Other Options to Slow a Fast Eater Down
We actually first saw the original blue BrakeFast Dog Bowl when we were taking Linus to Puppy Kindergarten way back in 2004. At that time we only had Linus and he ate very slowly. In fact he used to grab a mouthful of kibble, drop it on the carpet, then eat each piece 1 at a time. Now that’s the definition of slow eating!
Stop Your Sheltie Eating Too Fast with a Slow Feed Dog Bowl
Despite an increased awareness of the causes, bloat is still a relatively common occurrence. And, even with treatment, 25% – 40% of dogs do not survive GDV. That’s why any pet parent’s best bet is to nip bloat in the bud. And that’s where our new Slo-Bowl® Slow Feed Dog Bowls come in.
Plastic Slow Eating Dog Bowl Feeder with Many Colors and Styles.
From top left, clockwise: Brake-Fast Bowls; Slow Munchin’ Bowl; Durapet Slow Feed Bowl; Dog It Go Slow Anti-Gulping Bowl; Contech EatBetter Bowl; Martha Stewart Slow Feeder Dog Bowls; DogPause Food Bowl.The Slow Feed Non-Skid Dog Bowl is designed to keep your pet from eating his or her food too quickly. For Grr! He eats like the Tasmanian devil!Slow feeders for #dogs Pets who gobble their food take in too much air, which can cause bloating, a potentially fatal condition. If you have a speedy eater, a slow bowl is a necessity!These are great options Colby, thank you once again! We’ll definitely have a look Martha Stewart Pets Slow Feeder Dog Bowl. Not sure if they have it where we’re at 😀 Xoxo, Poppy!We haven’t tried all of the slow feeder dog bowls on the market (yet), but we have tried quite a few. In fact, when we first started looking for a solution to Stetson’s fast eating over 5 years ago we were only able to find 1 dog bowl designed for fast eating dogs.Luckily, there is a simple way to slow down your pet’s frantic eating by making the food less accessible. Slow Feed bowls are designed with special obstacles built into the bowl that your dog must eat around, slowing down the eating process. This type of bowl also prevents your dog from taking large gulps of food at once. When using a slow-feed bowl, because your dog will have to work his muzzle in and around the bowl, it is important to select a bowl with a non-skid bottom to prevent the bowl from tipping or being pushed around the floor as your dog eats. A Slow Feed bowl can be used for dry or canned food, or even water.