Aikiou Interactive Dog Bowl

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Make mealtime fun and engaging with the Aikiou Interactive Dog Bowl. This unique feeder is a contemporary twist on the traditional slow-feed dog bowl that requires your pup to forage for his food–just as he would in nature–by spinning the rotating lid and sliding the “toecaps” to reveal the hidden paw-kets of delicious food. In addition to slowing down his food intake to help prevent bloat and maintain a healthy weight, the mental stimulation also reduces boredom and anxiety while increasing physical activity and problem-solving skills. It’s made with food-grade, BPA-free plastic and is dishwasher-safe for easy care and sanitation.

Key Benefits

  • Unique, innovative bowl makes mealtime fun and engaging by simulating natural foraging behavior.
  • Small, confined spaces require your pup to use his tongue and muzzle to reach the food, slowing his intake to help prevent bloat and maintain healthy weight.
  • Provides mental stimulation to help reduce boredom and anxiety while increasing physical activity.
  • Made from food-grade, BPA-free polypropylene plastic; dishwasher-safe for easy care and sanitation.
  • Available in three fun colors and recommended for toy and small breeds; holds up to 1/2 cup of food.

†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
    66476
  • Dimensions
    13.25 x 15.25 x 2.75 inches
  • Bowl & Storage Feature
    Portion Control, Dishwasher-Safe
  • Breed Size
    Extra Small & Toy Breeds
  • Capacity (Max)†
    1/2-cup
  • Material
    Plastic

Instructions

  • Contains several compartments and parts that allow your dog to play and seek his food while interacting with his bowl and food. This allows your dog to express his or her natural search for food needs.
  • You just need to hide the food in the 14 different compartments. your dog will need to use his paws in order to “dig” to find the hidden food. This will slow your dogs eating speed and have him “work” for his food. This makes lunch time much more fun for him.
  • Using treats to block the carousel, your dog need to remove the treats to let it turn. Also, a unique system lets you adjust the movement of the toecaps by just removing and rotating them.

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  • The Paw Dish Slows Gobbler!

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    Our beagle/something mix gobbles food so quickly we can barely sit down to our dinner, before he’s ready to beg! We’ve tried other dishes, but this paw dish has been a great success. He figured out how to get the food, but it keeps him entertained and eating with some breaks. It is sturdy and easy to clean. Oh, and Webster likes to pick it up and carry it around. Give it a try to slow down your gobbling pup!

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  • Fun and efficient

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    I bought this mostly as a way to hopefully slow my dog down from eating too quickly. It certainly does that, but he also enjoys playing with it to get at his food. He figured out how to move the compartment covers pretty quick, so there was no worry about him not being able to eat.

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  • Good for a smart dog

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    Our puppy figured it out pretty quick, but it slows him down just a bit when eating. We use it then give it a few days break. He knows what to do immediately.

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  • entertainment for rainy days

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    only used once so far, and we were happy with the results. Our Aussie spent about 15 minutes finding food from all the compartments. She will most likely increase her speed, yet it does take time and kept her occupied. I imagine we will use it more frequently in winter.

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  • My Lab mix loves it!!

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    I bought this as a toy to keep my dogs entertained when I needed quiet and to keep my 45lb lab-mix from inhaling her food. Not only has she slowed down on the munching, she also burns off some energy chasing it around the room. As other reviews have mentioned, it does slide across the floor easily. My 'picky eater' GSD is interested in it, but not enough to use for meals. He tends to try to pick it up and turn it over when I get him to 'find' treats in the little compartments.

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  • Interactive bowl

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    Purchased this bowl for our quick eater, it's solved the problem immediately.

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  • Fun! Lots to do.

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    I have a large puppy & most interactive toys are too small. This one works great! She loves it!!

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  • Who knew?

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    A friend told me about this product and I immediately made the purchase. My dog eats so fast he doesn't even chew his food - just swallows. Unfortunately this does not make him chew his food, but it definitely slows him down, which is what we wanted. It took him a few feedings to figure it out but now he knows what to do. I can't say he enjoys it or has fun when he's eating, but I feel better about the pace which he is eating. You definitely need space for the container as it is rather large. And you want it on a non-slip surface or you may find your dog pushing it all over the place trying to get into the compartments.

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  • Good for slowing eating down!

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    We have a 15 lb. puppy and purchased this when he was 3 months old. Although the first day or two he had some difficulty, he quickly learned how to get the food and seems to enjoy the challenge. It definitely helped to slow down his attempt to inhale his food. It is also great for an activity when he needs to be distracted. I like to give him half of his meal and then save the other half for a half hour or hour later.

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  • Helpful for longer eating time.

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    We found a puppy (approx 2 months old) who was very thin and starving. Took him immediately to the vet office and they gave him nutritious food in small increments to get him back to health. He inhales his chow, almost like a vacuum cleaner, and has had a couple of vomiting episodes. To help slow him down we purchased the Aikiou interactive dish. He learned quickly how to get the food from the compartments, but it does take him somewhat longer to eat. We would recommend this product.

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