Northmate Interactive Feeder

Northmate Interactive Feeder Turns your pets meal into a challenging game Prolongs eating time Reduces the risk of vomiting and gas Decreased the risk of “Bloat” Dishwasher safe The Green Interactive Feeder is a revolutionary way to turn you dog’s meal into a challenging game. Designed like a tuft of grass, but looking like a contemporary piece of art, the desired amount of food can be scattered across the GREEN and after this, it is up to your dog to push the food out …

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Kyjen 2872 Slo-Bowl Slow Feeder Slow Feed Interactive Bloat Stop Dog Bowl, Large, Purple Flower

Kyjen 2872 Slo-Bowl Slow Feeder Slow Feed Interactive Bloat Stop Dog Bowl, Large, Purple Flower Promotes natural eating habits Helps prevent Bloat, regurgitation, and canine obesity Made with high-quality, food-safe materials BPA, PVC, and phthalate free Top rack dishwasher safe and holds up to 5 cups of dog food 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 …

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Brake-Fast Dog Food Slow Feed Bowl – Medium Blue

Brake-Fast Dog Food Slow Feed Bowl – Medium Blue Medium- 5 cups Helps reduce the risk of Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV or ‘Bloat’) Slower eating makes an animal feel more full and reduces instances of ‘re-eating’ Veterinarian tested and recommended Works with kibble or canned food Elegant, no-tip shape, urable, dishwasher safe plastic This uniquely designed dog bowl features three center posts that dogs have to eat around, preventing them from gulping their …

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Raised Bowls Feeding Stations A Dangerous Option

… you cause them to swallow at an unnatural angle and this can lead to serious digestive problems. Digestive problems like their stomach getting twisted a life threatening situation that will require surgery! (GDV – gastric dialation and volvulus syndrome, sometimes called “Bloat”) According to the ASPCA these are some tips to avoid GDV: How Can I Prevent Bloat/GDV? Feed your dog several small meals, rather than one or two larger ones, throughout the day to avoid eating too much …

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