Outward Hound Fun Feeder Interactive Dog Bowl, Purple

By Outward Hound
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  • Paw-fect for dogs who need to slow their pace a little, this slow feeder dog bowl can help your pup enjoy his meals up to 10 times slower.
  • The shallow dog bowl features a simple, slow feeder maze design.
  • Supports proper digestion and helps prevent common issues that arise in fast-eating dogs, including overeating, bloat, regurgitation, and canine obesity.
  • Non-slip base helps hold the bowl in place and prevent spills.
  • It's top-rack dishwasher safe for easy cleanups—just be sure to use the low heat setting.

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About Outward Hound Bowls and Fun Feeders for Dogs

Promotes Healthy Eating and Fun

These cleverly designed bowls encourage healthy, slower eating to help prevent bloat, regurgitation and canine obesity. Their cool patterned maze design also makes mealtime a fun and engaging challenge for your dog!

Fun, Unique Designs

Fun Feeder Slo-Bowls come in unique colors and designs that combine form and function into one. They are slip-resistant, top-rack dishwasher safe and made to slow your pup’s pace as he eats. They come in several sizes, too!

Veterinarian Recommended

Vets recommend Fun Feeder Slo-Bowls to slow down eating, which can aid digestion and help prevent bloat. Each Slo-Bowl is made with high-quality, food-safe ABS plastic to help ensure the safety of your pet.

Food-Safe and Non-Slip

Fun Feeder Slo-Bowls feature a non-slip base, so they won’t slide around while your dog eats. They are made from food-safe materials that are free from BPA, PVC, phthalates and lead, so you can use them without worry. And you can put them in the dishwasher for easy cleaning!

Choose the Right Bowl Size for Your Dog

Slo-Bowls come in various sizes, allowing you to give just the right amount of food every time. Proper portions are essential for good digestive health and weight control, and these Fun Feeders are just what you need to serve them!

Large Bowls

Large-sized Slo-Bowls come in a variety of styles, and each holds up to 4 cups of dry kibble.

Small Bowls

Small Slo-Bowls hold up to 2 cups of kibble and come in a range of eye-catching designs.

X-Small Bowls

The smallest Fun Feeders hold up to ¾ cups of kibble, perfect for petite pups or just for serving smaller portions.

About Outward Hound

Designed for dog lovers by dog lovers, Outward Hound products are made to meet the demands of your pet and your active lifestyle. Their unique lines of gear, toys, treat puzzles and dog bowls create engaging, interactive experiences that foster bonding between pets and their people. Let Outward Hound help you push the boundaries of playtime and Raise the Woof on what you expect from your pet gear!
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Bowl & Storage FeatureNon-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control...Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control...Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control...Short Snouted, Portion Control, BPA-Free, Lead-FreeNon-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control
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Questions & Answers

27 Customer Questions

Does the maze design between the different colors of the same size change anything or do they all perform they same?
Answer by ChewyJun 27, 2019
The purple slow feed bowl is the easier because it has the most stops, or areas where the dog is able to push the kibble up on the side of the bowl. The orange is the most difficult because it has the most spirals and areas that the dog needs to use their tongue to get the kibble out. To determine which bowl to purchase, consider how much food your pet eats at each meal. The mini measures 9.5 x 8 x 2.2 inches and holds up to 2 cups of food. This would be best for smaller breed pups. The regular feeder would be better suited for larger dogs, as it can hold up to 4 cups of food and measures 12.5 x 11 x 2.3 inches.

Do you offer an elevated stand that will hold this slow bowl?
Answer by ChewyOct 27, 2017
Outward Hound does not make a stand for their interactive bowls.

Recommend for a new puppy?
Answer by ChewyNov 13, 2017
This product can be used for dogs of all ages.

One of my dogs flips over her Bowl so I feed her on a baking pan. I need to slow down her feeding but I was wondering if this is easy for her to tip over?
Answer by ChewyNov 05, 2018
This bowl features a non-slip base to help hold the bowl in place. It may be possible to flip over if you have a very determined pet.

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By RedDoglover on Aug 31, 2023


This dish is very effective in slowing down my "eat fast & spit up" pup. However, it is deeper than my older blue one, which is now called large. My blue one is larger in diameter but not as deep as this one so perhaps they have changed the form a bit. My guy usually leaves some in the bottom of this new one, while he can finish his meal in the older one, and then teases until I put the remainer in a regular bowl so he can finish. IThese bowls are very effective in slowing his eating and the spitting up has stopped completely.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Doozy on Jul 31, 2023

It Works but So So Quality

We've been using the purple slow feeder on our 8 week puppy for 8 days now. It definitely works to slow him down compared to when we used a normal bowl. It has helped tremendously with his upset tummy and gas issues. However after only a couple days he became smart enough to where he can bite down on the walls and flip the entire feeder over. Fortunately it's been near the end of the meal when he does so, and hasn't learned to do it at every feeding, or from the beginning. So it stills works, and frustrates him greatly to use it. There's always some kibble left along the edges in the small pockets after he gives up finally. When using a regular bowl he picked it clean every time. As a slow feeder, and the very first one we've used its worked better than I expected it to. However after only a week of use there's already gashes and bite marks along the walls. And he's a puppy whose teeth are still coming in. I'd hate to see the damage an adult dog who is smarter and with strong teeth can do. It'll definitely have to be replaced at some point. It's not long term quality at all, but the benefits do outway what replacing it will cost. But I probably won't but the same one/brand again.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Kiwi on Aug 13, 2023


My dog inhales food, sometimes literally. I bought this bowl hoping it will help slow her down. It works somewhat. She still eats her food fast, but at least it takes a bit more time. I worry about bloating. The one gripe I have is that the bowl is plastic. I wish they make a stainless steel version. It is easy to clean bc after she eats she will continue to lick it for a couple of minutes. It is difficult to clean, but she licks it pretty clean, so most of the time I just rinse it. I’m pretty happy with this purchase.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Pat on Sep 12, 2023

Best slow feeder

I purchased one of these slow feeder bowls for my puppy 4 years ago. It helps her because she was an abandoned puppy and had to fight for any and all food that was available (one of 5 pups) and was just gulping her food without chewing even though she did not have competition any longer.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Harls on Sep 21, 2023

This works.

Harley eats too fast. So he never realizes he has eaten. I purchased 2 different feeder bowl in different colors. I split his food between both bowls. Now by the time he is finished eating he is very chill.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on Sep 14, 2023

Love this bowl

It’s just perfect and also cute. The one my dog usually eats from is wider and more shallow. This one is smaller and deeper. Takes up less room and feels very sturdy. It’s pretty and Winnie has been enjoying her food in it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Donna on Jul 8, 2023

Works like a charm!

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!! We recently adopted a dog from the Reservation that had lived outside and had to either hunt or beg for her meals to survive. Because she feared this would be her last meal ever, she ate so fast (and did not chew any of it) that I could not believe it, and was worried about bloat. She currently gets 4 meals a day (2/3 a cup at a time) and with the regular feeding bowl she inhaled her food at each feeding in 20 seconds. With this bowl she takes almost two minutes to eat and actually chews some of it, but without getting frustrated (which I was concerned about). We actually bought two different Outward Hound fun feeder interactive dog bowls (they have different patterns) to switch things up a bit. Best decision we made to address this issue.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Kevin on Jul 5, 2023

Not bad

Overall this isn't a bad feeder and is definitely one that I will keep in the lineup for my dogs. The areas where the food sits are small enough that it's hard for even my little puppy to get his nose into. By far the biggest down side is that there are no suction cups on the bottom to keep it from being flipped over. The bottom's grippy, but if the dogs figure out how to flip it (which isn't overly difficult for either of mine) then it's game over. Put some suction cups on it and make it a 5 star product!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Melody on Sep 21, 2023

Bad design

I gave up on these after using twice. I have Westies that couldn't get into much of these bowls at all to eat. Donated them to Goodwill. A REAL waste of money.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Nancy on Aug 3, 2023

Didn't Work

Ordered the 2 cup size for a 12 week old setter pup to control her way too fast eating. While she usually gobbles her food very fast, she could not get her kibble out of the maze at all. The ravenous eater sat and cried looking at this bowl with her dinner in it. Back to the sheet pan feed method ...