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Bergan Aut-O-Dine Dog Feeder & Storage, 100-cup

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Description

This great feeder automatically dispenses up to 100 cups or 25 pounds of dry dog food and is designed for larger dogs. Food conveniently loads from the top and the unit is excellent for kennel use. Very easy to clean.

Key Benefits
  • Holds approximately 100 cups or 25 pounds of dry pet food, and can easily be loaded from the top
  • Made for the larger pet, this economical option seals the food inside until your pet decides to eat
  • The sturdy, ergonomic container is designed for easy pouring, scooping and cleaning for a stress-free experience
  • The Auto-O-Dine pet food dispenser keeps food flowing without using any extra effort.
  • Proudly manufactures a vast array of collars, leashes, harnesses, and more at a state-of-the-art facility in Alliance, Ohio

†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.

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  • Item Number
    72050
  • Dimensions
    14.25 x 14.88 x 22.75 inches
  • Bowl & Storage Feature
    BPA-Free, Tip-Resistant
  • Brand
    Coastal Pet Products
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Giant Breeds
  • Capacity (Max)†
    100-cup
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Frame Material
    N/A
  • Compatible Food
    Dry Food
  • Assembly Required
    No
Instructions

Perfect for kennels, breeders and really big dogs. Easily loads from the top.

Rating: 3.8 of 5 stars 66 Reviews 66 Reviews 3.9 out of 5 Stars

80% Recommend

80% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.8 of 5 stars 3.9 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Convenient

    By Dogmom7 on Dec 31, 2020

    I ordered this for my outside dogs to self feed. I was curious if the puppy could open it and he can easily. He was underweight when I got him and wanted him to have free choice in eating. I’m happy to say that in 3 weeks he went from severely underweight to the middle of the healthy weight range. It is easy to use and fill.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Good food storage

    By John on Aug 16, 2020

    Holds food, yes. But, there's no baffle that keeps the food from pressing against the door. When the dispenser is full, there's no way to push the door open to get to the food. Needs to be redesigned with a baffle similar to the metal Pet Hound?? dispensers.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Life saver

    By Mika on Jun 16, 2020

    They came in handy and are great assets for dog kennels.. tried to order more but they are no longer in stock. Do you know when you will have more in stock?

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    NOT FOR EVERY DOG!

    By Garfie on May 8, 2020

    I purchased this enclosed feeder about a month ago. My dog training camp is located in Alabama about 85 miles off the Gulf Coast, so, insects and feed bowls are a problem. I thought this feeder was a great idea and according to many users, it is. Sadly, it did not work for us. I have 3 dogs, 2 Aussies and 1 Shih Tzu. All eat nicely from an open 24/7 feeder. I introduced this feeder and took away the older one. Eating for all 3 stopped immediately. They were curious about the new feeder but, afraid of it. When introducing the feeder, I showed the dogs it empty and allowed sniffing and moving it around to occur. Next, I had the dogs, assist me in filling it, setting it in their eating spot I purchased this enclosed feeder about a month ago. My dog training camp is located in Alabama about 85 miles off the Gulf Coast, so, insects and feed bowls are a problem. I thought this feeder was a great idea and according to many users, it is. Sadly, it did not work for us. I have 3 dogs, 2 Aussies and 1 Shih Tzu. All eat nicely from an open 24/7 feeder. I introduced this feeder and took away the older one. Eating for all 3 stopped immediately. They were curious about the new feeder but, afraid of it. When introducing the feeder, I showed the dogs it empty and allowed sniffing and moving it around to occur. Next, I had the dogs, assist me in filling it, setting it in their eating spot and again, let them explore it. When they got curious about the contents inside and began scratching the door, I showed them how to push on the door and open it, revealing the food. My agility dog went first. Her method of getting the kibbles was to scrape them out onto the floor and then eat them. The Shih Tzu, found sitting up on the edge and eating worked and loved digging into the ton of food inside. That was short lived, as it was only partially full. Eventually, she had tunneled inside and fell against the door, which closed and trapped her inside. Getting her out was no easy task! She and food blocked the door from swinging inward. Then it was chicken dog's turn. She was not interested after watching her baby Tzu be gobbled up by it. Also, the feeder blocked her side vision as she had to put her head inside a tad. She felt unsafe. None of them could push open the door independantly to get to the food. FRANKLY, I had difficulty pushing the door open and closing it. I added a knob to the door to have something to hold on to. The area between the door and front lip of the feeder was too tiny for the Aussies to put their head in to eat without the door obstructing the process. The agility dog refused to eat from it, unless it was in her puzzle bowls. She loves those and gathers them at night into her crate to sleep with them. Around here you never know when the new kid will steal your favorite dish. The method I ended up using was I had to open the box for them and leave it open. Chicken dog didn't attempt to eat and waited for snack time. Agility dog threw kibbles everywhere and then ate the ones that landed in her bowl. The Shih Tzu tapped the entry of the feeder and whined until I fed her. The intent was to make independant eating of pest free food possible for the gang. Since the door had to remain open, as they could not open it due to the weight of it with a half full feeder, bugs moved in. That ended everything. In the three weeks we tried this feeder, all the dogs lost too much weight for it to be safe to continue using the feeder. Attitudes declined and sad faces appeared. I thought this feeder was the answer. For us, it wasn't. I train dogs professional and try though I may, I could not get them to use the feeder. They stopped coming to the kitchen at feeding time; staying in their open crates napping. Agility dog only came to the kitchen to help me cook dinner. She started to counter surf, a habit broken 2 years ago. For us, this feeder may have worked better if the eating area had been bigger, the sides were made of clear plastic so as not to block vision o, and the door was easier to push open and then close completely on it's own. The food would prevent the door from closing. I would try a feeder of this nature again but, it would need a serious redesign. I am happy it worked well for so many of you. I offer our experience for knowledge if you are considering this feeder. Your dog's personality has got to be a major consideration. This product is well made, easy to setup and clean. You should not hesitate about quality construction and durablity issues. It does keep pests out, assuming the door stays closed. Our problem was, it kept dogs out too. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Don't waste your money

    By Megara on May 18, 2020

    It didn't keep the rain out at all! Ended up having to dump out 25lbs of food! Never again!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Love these feeders

    By Patsy on Feb 12, 2020

    Excellent Product makes my life so much easier I can leave it out in the rain and the food is still dry on the inside I bought two and I love them both thinking about purchasing more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT DOG FEEDER

    By MSPhelps on Dec 30, 2019

    MY GERMAN SHEPHERD WAS EASILY ABLE TO USE THIS FEEDER WHILE I WAS AWAY AND THE FRONT FLAP WAS GREAT IN KEEPING THE SQUIRRELS OUT OF HER FOOD! IT HELD THE FULL 25 LB BAG OF HER FOOD AND DISPENSED MORE AS SHE ATE.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    I LOVE THESE

    By stupiedshannon99 on Dec 16, 2019

    So I originally purchased these back in 2007. YES 2007 for my dogs. well they sit in the sun all day. The dogs have knocked them over when they are empty etc. These things last like those little tyke kids toys. Yes I would reccomend

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great product!

    By Morse on Dec 19, 2019

    These work great and are super convenient, unfortunately the lid to one was broken when we got it and doesn’t latch but we already had it set up in our dog pens before we realized. Otherwise a great product.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Auto dog feeder

    By Sunshine on Jul 27, 2019

    I bought this for my golden retrievers to use while on vacation. The first day they were afraid to push the door open, and wouldn't use it. So I placed a wood block to keep door propped open, allowing food to still drop down. This worked great! Upon return from vacation, the whole unit was tipped backwards, allowing rain to enter and all food was wet and moldy. But thank goodness the door was propped open, or they would not have had access to any food! Dogs survived, but unsure how to use this for next vacation. (Maybe bungee cord it to the kennel?) Might work great for dogs that aren't afraid to push open doors.

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