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Green Slow Feeder

Posted: 01-15-2014 • Length: 1 Minute, 52 Seconds
Categories: Training Equipment
The Green Slow Feeder is a specially designed feeder, shaped like a tuft of grass, that turns your dog’s meal into a challenging game. The desired amount of dog food is scattered across the feeder, and it is up to your dog to push the food out between the many blades of grass. The Green Slow Feeder prolongs eating time significantly and reduces the risk of gulping and bloat. The result is a happier and healthier dog.

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Intrigued by the product but wondering if the Slow Feeder will stand up to washing?

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Love the concept! It worked really well for some of my friends! My Keeper, AKA "Bad Boy", took one look at it, sniffed & flipped it over to eat the kibble off the floor! This is the same dog that can pop open the canned dog food & eat it without cutting himself! He can also open the refrigerator, pull open the lettuce crisper drawer & devour the Costco bag of romaine lettuce!

Needless to say, I give him a job when I have to leave & confine him safely! Keeper will be six in March!

I find it interesting to try these things out to see what works for my own dogs & other peoples dogs! I'll still give it a good rating!

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I think the concept is Brilliant and I am excited to recommend to my clients. I was hoping to see a brachycephalic dog in your video demonstration. How do they handle it?

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If the price suits you and it slows down your dog eating and it lowers the likelihood of bloat.... it's worth it. I cannot say that it prevents bloat, but I recall that certain breeds tend to have it more (Great Dane and other some other large chested dogs).

I had a Rhodesian Ridgeback who had bloat one evening after 9-10 years at my house. I remembered the description and symptoms from Labrador Rescue members and immediately took my dog to the emergency clinic for a $2200 surgery. So, reducing that risk might be worth it if you have a dog that is more likely to get bloat even once. It is a true medical emergency and it is a painful death if not treated within an hour, generally.

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