This slow eating dog bowl is designed like a maze for your dog's food

This compilation of dogs eating peanut butter in slow-motion is either adorable or disgusting.
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Does your dog gulp down his food too fast? Eating too fast can cause harm and danger to your dogs. He may likely bloat, vomit, choke and even burp. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to slow down their eating. You have to address competitive behaviour with regards to eating. Just learn the
2016 Pet Dog Anti-Choke Feeder Slow Down Eating Feeder Dish Home Feeding Bowl Pet Puppy Preventing Choking Bowls for Pet Dogs
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Brake-fast dog food bowl award winning design makes dogs slow down to eat. Helps reduce risk of Bloat and other digestive problems. Slower eating makes an animal feel more full. Veterinarian tested and recommended. Works with kibble or canned food. Mar 26, 2014 - For some dogs, nothing slows them down when it comes to eating their ..
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Photo provided by FlickrSlows down eating for dogs that eat their food or drink their water too fast
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Should there any problem with your dog’s health, slow feeder for dogs is a must. A healthy dog needs a healthy diet. Slow Feeder for Dogs gives you all the information you need to make better food choices, and, at the same time, to create a customized feeding plan to help you feed your dogs If in the old days a dog’s ancestors were eating slow, this could have meant losing access to their food. Most likely if the food wasn’t gobbled up in a timely manner, another canine or some other competitor animal would have gladly finished it up. On top of that, eating slow in the wild is risky business considering that it puts animals in a vulnerable position which can mean becoming dinner to other larger predators!Let’s face it: when it comes to eating, dogs are quite fast eaters, often swallowing their kibble whole without chewing as if there’s no tomorrow, what gives? The behavior is actually not unusual; indeed, on Puppy Planet, there are likely more dogs eating fast than eating slow if ever some statistics on dog eating times were ever collected. Slow dining, as to savoring a morsel at a time, is something not popular in the world of canines, but dogs seem to have their own good reasons for wolfing down their chow.Does your dog devour their food in a matter of seconds, when in reality if they actually chewed their food, it would last a good 5-10 minutes or so? You're not alone. Many dogs eat way too fast, and it can actually be unhealthy. This food maze dog bowl is designed to help your dog eat slower and make their meals last longer than just a few seconds.Does your dog gulp down his food too fast? Eating too fast can cause harm and danger to your dogs. He may likely bloat, vomit, choke and even burp. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to slow down their eating. You have to address competitive behaviour with regards to eating. Just learn the The actual cause of the condition is not known, but large dogs with deep, narrow chests (such as Doberman Pinschers, Irish Wolfhounds, and Borzoi) have a higher incidence of gastric torsion than smaller dogs with barrel-shaped chests (such as Beagles and Dachshunds). Another factor that contributes to bloat is eating rapidly. Dogs who are picky, slow eaters seem to have a lower incidence of bloat than dogs who scarf down their food like there’s no tomorrow.