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posted 6 years ago
this is so great if you have a dog that eats so fast he actually gets sick, makes them slow down but not to much! Very durable. a tad rough to clean around those pillars but it is worth it
Pros: just wonderful
Cons: a bit hard to clean inside
12 of 12 people found this review helpful.
Getting ours some
posted 5 years ago
A couple of my friends have these bowls and I really did not think they would work that well. So they gave one to another one of our friends to try (their dogs are all on the small/medium size and mine are large). Well, she loved it for Sadie.
Sadie has wolfed down her food so fast, it was scary. So the family member would have to put a few kibbles in, let Sadie eat them, then a few more kibbles in, let Sadie eat them. This would go on for 10 minutes.
Well, the brake-fast bowl works. We all were in ah!!!!!
We could not believe the difference it made.
I found out there are large ones and I am ordering me 3.
Pros: works great, affordable, easy to purchase
Cons: can't think of any
6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
Slow down your chow hound
posted 5 years ago
I have a couple of hounds that bolt their food, I waited for the smaller version to come out for over a year. I bought them each a bowl and it IMMEDIATELY slowed down their rapid pace of food bolting. The prongs make them work to reach the crumbs and it slides around on the floor so they can't get a good grip on it to grab food fast. Bloat is so very scary and I was happy when the smaller versions of this bowl finally became available.
Pros: Definitely slows down eating
7 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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