It's natural for dogs to play with their food. Add a bit of fun to every bite with a Fun Feeder! Featuring meal-lengthening ridges and mazes, Fun Feeders keep pups engaged for up to 10 times longer at chow time.
A great way to entertain your furry friend and make a game out of feeding time
Helps prevent bloat, regurgitation and canine obesity for a healthy way to feed your pet
Features non-slip base to hold bowl in place to prevent sliding and damage to flooring
Top rack dishwasher safe for easy care and clean up
Made with high-quality, food-safe material that is BPA, PVC and phthalate free
†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.
We got multiple slow feeder bowls for our pack of 3 beagles and 1 JRT because they are all monsters at feeding time, inhaling their food and then trying to steal from each other. These bowls have made dinner time WAY more manageable and far calmer. We got 4 different slow feeder bowls (different colors as well as different puzzle types), and we tested and distributed them according to what worked best for each dog. Unfortunately, this one is not best for any of them. Our smallest beagle, a little 12-pounder, got stuck with this one and he struggles because his little snout is too wide. Unfortunately for him, that was the case with all the other bowls as well.
One caution if you are going We got multiple slow feeder bowls for our pack of 3 beagles and 1 JRT because they are all monsters at feeding time, inhaling their food and then trying to steal from each other. These bowls have made dinner time WAY more manageable and far calmer. We got 4 different slow feeder bowls (different colors as well as different puzzle types), and we tested and distributed them according to what worked best for each dog. Unfortunately, this one is not best for any of them. Our smallest beagle, a little 12-pounder, got stuck with this one and he struggles because his little snout is too wide. Unfortunately for him, that was the case with all the other bowls as well.
One caution if you are going with the "small" size bowls--they are not small in the amount of surface area they take up; they are small in regard to the walls that divide the food. So if you have a wide-snooted dog, you might want to go up a size. Our little buddy would probably do better with a M or L bowl of this type but this is what he's stuck with and to his credit, he's a trooper and he's making it work. :)… more
Slows my hound down considerably...
on Feb 8, 2020
Slows my hound dog down. Without a slow feed dish he’d eat his 2 1/2 cups 2x a day in about 30 seconds. This takes him 3-4 minutes now. Only issue and it’s probably not the dish just the ravenous dog but bits of plastic scrape off with his teeth. Fortunately he shows no signs of allergies to the material so I’ll keep it and buy a new one when it gets too worn. If your dog is sensitive to plastic than I’d skip this option. In my case its better than him banging his teeth against a slow feeder that is made of a harder material.
on Feb 15, 2020
My 10 pound little dog slowed down on the eating. It used to be I put down the food in the bowl I turned around and the bowl was empty, seconds. Now with the delay he eats slower, spaces out servings and I hear chewing. Big improvement. When the bowl was empty, he did spin the bowl over. Only when empty but ;) he did NOT get more for begging. Definitely recommend.
on Feb 7, 2020
I bought 2 bowls. Instead of taking 30 seconds to eat, Spider (my black lab) now takes 5-6 minutes. The real bonus was the 2nd bowl that I'm using for water. Finally, no more dripping, drooly water all over the floor! These bowls are awesome. While they do have 4 sticky feet, they still move across the floor a bit so I kept the mat I was using for the previous dog bowls to reduce sliding.
Slowed my dog down
on Feb 9, 2020
This bowl definitely slowed my Blue Lacy down eating her meals. Before this bowl, she would scarf down 1 1/2 cups of kibble in 30 seconds flat. Now she is forced to eat slowly. Time will tell if this helps her lose some bloat and weight. Bowl is very sturdy. My only complaint is it is difficult to clean the dog slobber out of the bowl but that is ok with me.
on Feb 9, 2020
It slows my babies down a tad bit but not as much as I was wanting. My golden retriever eats so fast that he starts choking and this didn’t make any difference. My other dog loves it though. She is really active so she seems to enjoy the challenge and no longer takes food from her bowl to another location to eat
Slows down speed-eaters
on Feb 8, 2020
My dog would practically inhale her food until we got this bowl. It forces her to slow down, without frustrating her. Totally alleviated the mild digestion issues she’d occasionally have from gulping down her food in 30 seconds flat. Now it takes her a good ten minutes. Happy tummy, happy puppy!
Makes them work for it!
on Jan 5, 2020
Before it would take our large breed puppy to scarf down his food in less than 2 minutes. Now with this feeder, it's takes him about 8 minutes or more.
I could tell that after the first few uses that he paces himself because he gets tired after the first 2 minutes.
So glad I finally bought this for him to prevent bloat and digestion issues. I will buy this again if it ever gets broken or heavily worn, but the material is good quality so I doubt it'll happen any time soon.
on Jan 29, 2020
This brand is awesome! Definitely slows eating time without being too difficult. Bowls are durable and love the non skid bottom! The orange spiral is perfect for my GSP with long narrow muzzle and the teal one works better for my boxer mix with a shorter wider muzzle.
on Jan 2, 2020
Our Lab Mr. Orson like so many labs is a gobbler of his food and always hungry. I ordered this bowl for him for Christmas and wish I had bought one a long time ago. The first time I used it he looked quite puzzled but soon figured it out. I honestly believe he likes the bowl as it is a sort of puzzle and a game. It makes him think about how to get the food and of course takes much longer for him to eat which is better for his digestion. He has never left one morsel in the bowl...lol