Many dogs are perfectly comfortable eating or drinking from a standard stainless steel bowl, but if yours tends to bolt down food, consider a slow bowl or slow feeder instead. We have a wide range to choose from, designed to reduce fast eating and minimise the associated risks such as bloat and digestive problems.

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Bowls and Slow Feeders

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Bowls and Slow Feeders

Does your dog insist on gulping down their food? Eating too fast can sometimes cause problems such as bloat, digestive problems, choking and even dental issues by not chewing food properly. If your dog swallows their food so fast that they don’t even taste it, you are definitely not alone as it’s a fairly common canine trait. We have a wide choice of slow feeder dog bowls that will help to slow down their eating effectively.

So why do some dogs ‘wolf’ down their food? If you think your dog looks like he’s eating fast because he doesn’t want anyone else to share his meal, you’re exactly right! Dogs’ ancestors hunted in packs, and today, even if there’s no need, your own dog is still following the innate urge to eat quickly to ensure he gets his share of the prey. A similar situation may occur with pets in multi-dog households - they eat as fast as possible so that no-one else can steal their meal! Rescue dogs may rush to eat their food because of lack of food in their previous situations - unsure when or if their next meal will come.

A bowl to suit every dog

Slow feeder dog bowls can really help dogs that like to eat too quickly. We have slow feeder dog bowls in many different guises: from simple designs that provide just enough of a barrier to slow your dog down, to more sophisticated puzzle type feeders. Slow feeder dog bowls in the form of a puzzle provide a double benefit - their design will make gulping food a thing of the past, whilst providing your pup with a stimulating challenge for their brain. Making your pet work for their dinner, can actually reduce any stress associated with mealtimes, and make the experience a positive one - for both you and your dog.