Pace your dog's meals with this unique stainless steel feeding bowl

(Slows Down SDit eating) Platinum Pets Stainless Steel Extra Heavy Slow Eating Dog Bowl - Red
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Rapid eating can lead to digestive problems for your dog. The OurPets Slow Feed Bowl slows down your dog’s feeding, which means that digestion and other problems associated with eating too quickly can improve. This bowl is made of high-quality stainless steel that is dishwasher safe, making it easy to clean. The patented rubber bonded bottom prevents skiddin
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QT Dog Brake-Fast Stainless Steel Dog Bowl is a brake-fast stainless steel bowl made to help slow down your dog while he’s eating. It’s the original slow down bowl that’s veterinarian tested and approved to help him feel satisfied and full in the process to reduce the risk of bloating. Works great with kibble or canned food and is dishwasher safe. Durapet® Slow Feed Stainless Steel Dog Bowls are designed to slow down your dog's eating to improve digestion and nutrient absorpt
Photo provided by FlickrDurapet® Slow Feed Stainless Steel Dog Bowls are designed to slow down your dog's eating to improve digestion and nutrient absorption.
Photo provided by FlickrDurapet® Slow Feed Stainless Steel Dog Bowls are designed to slow down your dog's eating to improve digestion and nutrient absorption.
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Because of the melamine issue I also tried out a stainless steel slow feeder. We tried the Durapet Stainless Steel Slo Feeder (Small). I ordered it off of Amazon for $12.00. This bowl gets one out of five paws…and only because its the only stainless steel option do I rate it at all. I prefer to use stainless steel dog bowls from a safety and sanitary perspective but from the perspective of slowing down Turnip’s eating pace…it made little to no difference at all. I don’t recommend this bowl. Dog bowls are not about enhancing home decor, but the Pets Slow Feeder dog bowl does just that and more. Featuring melamine and silicone materials, a sleek design, and non-skid bottom, this Slow Feeder is dishwasher safe and sturdy enough to hold enough to feed up to large dog breeds. Available in off-white or soft pastels, the dog bowl prevents Fido from wolfing down his kibble by utilizing three center posts to encourage food chasing. Stylish enough to leave out all day, the Martha Stewart Slow Feeder is an elegant departure from standard stainless steel bowls. DuraPet Slow Feed Premium Stainless Steel – If you want to slow down your dog’s eating but you don’t want to spend a lot, the DuraPet Slow Feed Premium Stainless Steel Dog Bowl is a great option. For just $15, this bowl will keep your dog from scarfing down his dinner in just a few bites. It features a simple design and it is made from heavyweight, durable stainless steel with a permanently bonded ring on the bottom to keep the bowl from sliding. This bowl comes in small, medium, and large sizes to hold up to 8 cups of dry food – this makes it a great option for dogs of all sizes.Rapid eating can lead to digestive problems. Slow down your dog’s eating with an OurPets Slow Feed Bowl, made of heavyweight stainless steel. Available in three sizes.Some stainless steel dog bowls, when turned upside down, have a concave ring around the convex hump of where the bowl is. Simply pouring the food in this ring and serving in the upside down bowl can make a dog slow down to eat. If your bowls aren’t built like this you can also create a similar effect by placing a tennis ball in the middle of the dish, requiring your dog to eat around the ball.Designed specifically to make dogs eat more slowly, this bowl features high quality stainless steel and a bonded rubber ring around the bottom to help prevent skidding. A dome in the middle of the bowl keeps the food to the side of the dish, which in turn makes the dog have to slow down to get all of their kibble.