|Bowl & Storage Feature||Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control...||Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control...||Short Snouted, Portion Control, BPA-Free, Lead-Free||Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control||Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, Portion Control|
|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds||Extra Small Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds|
|Capacity (Max)||0.75-cup||0.75-cup||2-cups; 16-oz||3-cup, 3-cup/24-oz||4-cup|
|Tools Included||—||—||—||No Tools Required||No Tools Required|
|Small Pet Type||—||—||—||—||Ferret|
This item gets great reviews from most people. For some reason, my dog just can't get the hang of eating from this kind of feeder. I need to slow him down, but this just frustrates him and he flips it over. It appears to be well made and of good quality. It's just not for my dog.
For this concept to work the bowl needs Depth. The "small" bowel that I purchased requires at least 1cm deeper for the "slow feed" concept to work. I read the reviews saying it was too small but since none explained the depth issue I decided to try it. I gave it two stars because it is well-constructed, has thick plastic, a cute color, good zig-zag design on the inside. However this current depth would not slow a cat during dinner, let alone a toy breed dog. A good idea but needs major depth improvements.
I have a piggy small dog (~11 lbs) who wolfs down anything in front of him. Took him five times longer to finish his food and was so happy they can be thrown in the dishwasher! I ended ordering a few more after I received them!
Our doxie Peaches would eat so fast, we would have put water in her food just to keep her from choking. Even with that, she would still slurp things down in a record pace and always beating our other doxie. Recently, it was getting that she would sometimes throw up because she ate too fast. We got this bowl and now she is the last to finish up. It was a total change and well worth it. Our only complaint, the only color available was mint green.
My pup didn't really take to this slow feeder bowl, possibly because it was so small and the plastic was maybe a bit rough on her little mouth.
This bowl didn’t slow my chihuahua down at all and then he started chewing the bowl and it’s completely destroyed. Only took about a month. There’s better bowls on the market.
With 2 new fosters in the home, my yorkie was starting to gobble his food. This is the perfect size as he eats 1/8 of a cup at time.
It's been almost 3 full days of using this for my puppy, and she's stopped bloating. My only complaint is about the weak anti-slide material on the bottom of the bowl—it scoots everywhere as she eats. A suction cup would probably work better.
This bowl is way too small for my grown kitty’s paws. It may be good for a kitten. I gave it 5 stars because it was my fault for not looking at the description, and the bowl will be great in a larger size. My kitties get wet food as their main meals, and crunchy food as a treat at night before bed. I ordered this one because it holds only 3/4 cup of dry food, which is more than I give my kitties. I didn’t even consider the size, just the quantity. I will be exchanging it for a larger size. I’m hoping the larger bowl will be heavy enough to stay put.
Didn’t realize it was barely 1c that would fit. Designed for a toy breed