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Outward Hound Fun Feeder Slo Bowl, Slow Feeder Dog Bowl, Large/regular

  • PROMOTES FUN HEALTHY EATING – Fun Feeder Slo-Bowls help dogs eat up to 10x slower
  • IMPROVES DIGESTION – These dog bowls naturally improve digestion by allowing dogs to find their food through the fun patterns and mazes
  • VET RECOMMENDED – Vets recommend Fun Feeder Slo-Bowls to aid digestion and prevent bloating. Lead free
  • NON SLIP BASE & FOOD SAFE MATERIALS – Fun Feeder Slo-Bowls will not slip or slide and are made from food grade materials that are BPA, PVC and Phthalate free. Made from high quality food safe ABS plastic
  • RIGHT PORTIONS – The Large Fun Feeder Slo-Bowl can hold up to 4 cups of dry kibble, the Small holds 2 cups and the X-Small holds 3/4 cups. All Fun Feeders work great for dry or wet food

Amazon.com Price:  $11.46 (as of 03/01/2022 05:40 AM Details )
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While your furry friend no longer has to fight for food, those survival instincts can still persist, even in the best-trained pup. That’s why at Outward Hound we’ve created the Fun Feeder Slo Bowl dog bowls with meal-extending ledges and multiple challenging mazes. Fun Feeder Slo Bowls keep pups busy up to 10x longer at mealtimes, helping to improve overall digestion and help furry friends adjust to a healthier pace! With over 1 million dog bowls sold, in multiple sizes and maze styles, you’re sure to find one that fits your pup’s personality and nutritional preferences. The Large/Regular holds up to 4 cups of dry kibble, the Medium/Mini holds 2 cups and the Small/Tiny has a 3/4 cup capacity. SAFETY AND CARE: This is not a chew toy. If the Fun Feeder gets damaged, remove it and replace it. Microwave not. Intended for pets only. No children’s toys. Dishwasher safe on the top rack on a low temperature.

Product Dimensions

9.5 x 8 x 2.6 inches 8.8 Ounces

Item model number

51006

Date First Available

April 30, 2014

Manufacturer

Outward Hound

Country of Origin

China

Do different colors/styles increase the "difficulty"? My dog needs something the will separate the food the most.

I have 3 pets of various breeds, 2 of whom are speed-eaters. The orange dish - my preferred- slows them down the most, every time (we switch over up). Using a conventional bowl comparative, My Australian guard's chow time went from 40 secs to 2 wins and 30 seconds. Yet the 3 various colors (orange, purple, teal) do not pile well. Had I known I would certainly have obtained 3 oranges both for lowering their pace & for lugging about when driving. I think they would certainly nest then?I drop them each time while piling 3 diff shades. Had these a year or more & they're holding up well.

Would this bowl work for wet food?

Hello! Yes, this would benefit wet food as well. To give you a perspective of how great this book is, my canine went from 52 secs to 4 minutes 48 secs. I don't normally provide wet food but when I tried it with wet food, it takes even longer. Acquire it, it's worth it.

I have a Boston Terrier. Does this feeder work for brachycephalic breeds (pushed in snout)?

I have 2 bostons, 12 lb and 25lb. I got the small green as well as the orange. The smaller one can obtain all the food out of the green, however the 25 pounder has trouble with the orange, he just maintains flipping it over and making a mess, so I would certainly not recommend the orange one. I'm going to purchase one more kind that is not so deep as well as offer this one away.

How many cups of food does this bowl hold?

Relying on the tidbit size, this bowl holds up to 5 mugs (leveled) of completely dry food. The morsel dimension we feed our canines has to do with half of the dimension of an M&M. Hope this aids.

I only see "large" sized, is that the only size and if not how do I know what size to get and where to get various sizes?

This item is only used in one size: 11.0 Size, 2.4 H

Would ths work for a pug? Her nose is not pointy!

I would certainly assume so. There's an area where most pet dogs would have the ability to get their nose in. Likewise they can stick their tongue in

About how much food does this hold? My 5 month old great dane is already eating almost 3 cups 2x/day.

I have the spiral one and I feel that it holds 2 mugs completely. My suggestion of perfect is that with 2 cups of the food just goes half method up the bowl (I desire my pitbull to help it a bit!: -RRB-). But I really feel that you can most likely do 3 mugs simply great. If you are truly conflicted, I can try to include 3 and let you recognize exactly how it looks. Just allow me know. Btw ~ I make use of IAMS dry dog food to feed my dog.

Does anyone have a solution for what to use to elevate a large feeder bowl since they don't appear to fit standard stands?

I don't have the big slow-feeder. We feed our arthritic laboratory in a normal bowl set into a 5-gallon pail. The pail raises it enough for him as well as the dish fits firmly enough. A different canine can eat from a dish allow on top of a bottom-side-up pail; concerning eventually in five she knocks her dish off the pail and also has to eat off the flooring. (She doesn't require consuming elevated; she saw the lab getting fed in this way and determined she liked it. Pressed him out of the way to obtain to his feeder.)

I have two 5 lb Yorkies they dont eat much but the food is gone in seconds. Is this bowl too big for them?

Well, with dogs that tiny, it may be a toss-up. Their noses are little, as well as they could just be able to come down into the ridges to get the food. The bowl is a little over 10" in the area and also the ridges are broad and also differ comprehensive to over an 1-1 / 2". I'm believing one of the various other much less detailed styles may work better ... also for Otis. He's still not "chewing" the kibble, yet it is taking him a lot longer to obtain it in his mouth and after that swallow.

Is it ok to use the small size for larger dogs, 65-80 pounds? They need a raised feeder and the large size won't fit.

Our dog is 55 lb. He still does fine with the bowl. Uncertain exactly how it will go 10 lb from now. He is presently just 5 months old.