Slow Feed Cat Or Dog Bowl Down Eating Eco
I really like the specialized "Tiger Diner" food bowl. It forces the cat to slow down and "hunt" his or her food out of the bowl, resulting in slower (and often less) eating. I usually use it with dry food, but if you break up wet food into smaller chunks, rather than simply a can-shaped blob, it works just fine.
Other than this particular situation, the Slow Feed Cat Bowl is a very good slow down feeder that is highly recommended for medium to large sized cats that need to slow down when eating or for two cats that share the same bowl.
Here’s a new cat bowl designed to help slow down cats who eat too fast. This adorable was created by some veterinarians looking for a solution to help their feline clients modify eating habits and reduce obesity. Many cats will eat too quickly or overeat with a regular bowl. This bowl creates a maze for kitty to eat around, slowing mealtime and reducing the amount a cat needs to eat in order to feel full. Just like with people, right? Slow down, chew your food and you’ll eat less!A slow feed bowl for cats. This unique cat bowl has been created by two veterinarians ( with a cat only vet clinic), to slow down a cats eating rate and to make mealtimes more exciting. Lots of indoor cats tend to eat too fast and eat too much. However if you just restrict the food volume the cat can also get bored and develop behavioral issues. This bowl helps in the process. Made of Bamboo Fiber and rice husk it is also Eco-friendly and 100% recyclable.
The Bowl also works well with puppies and small breed dogs.When you pour dry kibbles on it, some will go into the deeper portions of the bowl, making it a little harder for your cat to eat them. This corrects their feeding behavior by making them work for their food which in turn slows down their pace.The veterinarians stated, “we are in the front line of seeing the increasing obesity in all our pets and the resultant ill health and reduced life spans. So we decided to do something about it. This bowl will help to restore your cat’s natural eating habits so that meal times become fun, healthy and above all slower eating as nature intended.”First, we have Steena. She says, “My cat eats too fast and then throws up. How can I get him to slow down? Even buying a special slow-feed bowl didn’t work because he just eats around the protrusions.” Steena has the right idea as far as, we do obviously want to slow down the eating so the cats can’t fill themselves and get so full that they vomit right away. What I like to have owners try is to feed the kitty from a cookie sheet or other flat tray. That spreads the dry little kibble pieces out so they have to pick up one or two at a time. They can’t shove their face in a bowl and try to take a big gulp.