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Slo-Bowl

Regular Price: $19.99

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The Slo-Bowl is a natural, healthy, and playful solution for dogs that gobble their kibble too quickly. Our nature-inspired designs promote natural eating habits by requiring dogs to forage for their feasts. Moreover, by prolonging feeding times, Slo-Bowls™ reduce the risks for bloat, regurgitation, and canine obesity. Dogs quickly learn to “chase” their food through the maze of ridges and valleys, making dinnertime feel more like a hunt. And, because the Slo-Bowl™ “rewards” their play with bits of food, furry friends become more and more engaged as the meal goes on. Veterinarians agree that slower feeding is safer feeding. When it’s time to dine, feed your dog with peace of mind.
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Description

Details

Veterinarians agree that slower feeding is safer feeding. When it’s time to dine, feed your dog with peace of mind.

Highlights:

Promotes natural eating habits

Helps prevent bloat, regurgitation, and canine obesity

Made with high-quality, food-safe materials

Rubber-molded foundation reduces sliding and food spillage Holds up to two cups of dry dog food

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU DT8593925
UPC No
Guaranteed No
Items ideal for Small Dogs, Medium Dogs, Large Dogs
Size Coral:12 x 12 x 2 - Drop: 12 x 12 x 3 - Flower: 13 x 12 x 2 - Hills: 12 x 9 x 2
Manufacturer Kyjen Company
Country of Manufacture China
Reviews

Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

best design
my golden retrievers used to inhale their food so quickly they would either hiccup for the next two hours or vomit. this bowl allows them to take their time (about 20 minutes) to eat their meals. i also have the slo-bowl-hills in kiwi green but since that one is taller and not as wide, my youngest pup gets frustrated and flips it over and eats the bottom of the bowl if you don't take it away immediately after he is finished eating. this one is definitely the best design. no more hiccups or vomit !
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Review by catherine / (Posted on 12/12/2014)
Better than others
I bought this bowl for my 40lb 1 year old Pit/Cockapoo mix. He is full of energy and swallows his food in about 45seconds when served in a regular bowl. I had looked at many other bowls that incorporated games but after a local dog store allowed him to try some I knew they wouldn't last. He is too smart for the ones where the food was hidden and they have to move things around, and they were no challenge to get to the food once the puzzle was solved. There is another one that looks like it has spikes, and he is so excited to get at the food that I was afraid he would poke an eye out (and after reading a review I found out that was possible). After scouring reviews I decided on this one. It is bigger and deeper than I expected, but exactly what he needs. It now takes him around 20min to finish 1 1/2 cups of food. The only thing I have found is that when it gets to the last few pieces they are so slobbery that they stick to the bowl and he gets frustrated and he will then pick it up using the middle section. I fixed this by just helping get those last pieces to the end so he can eat them and he doesn't try to pick it up. He can't fit his paw in it, and his snout is too big for some sections, but he seems to thoroughly enjoy it and wants to play with it even without food in it. Hope this helps.
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Review by Shebfanantic / (Posted on 11/15/2014)
Possibly the best dog dish ever.
I bought this for an obese Corgi who is the greediest dog alive. He's always on a diet, and right now only gets 3/4 of a cup of diet kibble twice a day. He usually finishes it up in forty-five seconds. I timed him the first time I fed him in this dish, and it took him more than five minutes! Plus, he got up and moved around as he ate, instead of laying there like a lump with the dish between his paws. I've tried other slow-feed bowls, and they only work for a few days -- until he learns to tip them over. I don't think he'll be able to master that skill with this design. If he does, I'll revise my review accordingly.

My spoiled-rotten rat terrier, who must be coaxed and/or bribed to eat his kibble, showed so much interest in this bowl that tonight after the Corgi had finished up and waddled off for a nap, I scattered the rattie's uneaten dinner in it. He's always up for a game, and he had a great time chasing and capturing his food. I just ordered a second one in a different pattern for him.
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Review by Gibso / (Posted on 7/11/2014)
Worked
I bought this for an obese Corgi who is the greediest dog alive. He's always on a diet, and right now only gets 3/4 of a cup of diet kibble twice a day. He usually finishes it up in forty-five seconds. I timed him the first time I fed him in this dish, and it took him more than five minutes! Plus, he got up and moved around as he ate, instead of laying there like a lump with the dish between his paws. I've tried other slow-feed bowls, and they only work for a few days -- until he learns to tip them over. I don't think he'll be able to master that skill with this design. If he does, I'll revise my review accordingly.

My spoiled-rotten rat terrier, who must be coaxed and/or bribed to eat his kibble, showed so much interest in this bowl that tonight after the Corgi had finished up and waddled off for a nap, I scattered the rattie's uneaten dinner in it. He's always up for a game, and he had a great time chasing and capturing his food. I just ordered a second one in a different pattern for him.
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Review by Andrew / (Posted on 6/9/2014)

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