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    Default Re: Raised feeding bowls

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamiebhoy View Post
    Does feeding your bulldog in raised bowls
    have any benefits
    I bought it at Winners but in US yours is call TJMax or Marshall n it’s in the dishwasher being washed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thett View Post
    Hi Tracey,
    Well i have tried adding a little liquid, bone broth, it does not slow the monster down.. lol
    When Stella was little and ate like a maniac i used to put golf balls in her dish and she had to eat around them. That worked great for her.

    Harvey on the other hand is still a maniac, and will even try to eat the golf ball or try to swallow it. The only slow feed bowl design i have found that remotely slows him is a plastic one and i do hate to use the plastic.
    I am afraid the neater feeder is too light and he will push it around or flip it over.. but who knows, i may give it a try.

    What i really need to do is design my own!!!
    If your handy, you can make your own. My daughter in law who’s very handy with tools did out of plywood a raised bowl for 3. What’s fun you can do the height you want n put the bowls you want.

    Somewhat like this but for 3 bigger bowls...also lower
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    Default Re: Raised feeding bowls

    Quote Originally Posted by thett View Post
    Hi Tracey,
    Well i have tried adding a little liquid, bone broth, it does not slow the monster down.. lol
    When Stella was little and ate like a maniac i used to put golf balls in her dish and she had to eat around them. That worked great for her.

    Harvey on the other hand is still a maniac, and will even try to eat the golf ball or try to swallow it. The only slow feed bowl design i have found that remotely slows him is a plastic one and i do hate to use the plastic.
    I am afraid the neater feeder is too light and he will push it around or flip it over.. but who knows, i may give it a try.

    What i really need to do is design my own!!!
    I have both of mine pushed against the wall... I'm pretty sure that Walter would have his knocked over in NO time!!! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddnene View Post
    I have both of mine pushed against the wall... I'm pretty sure that Walter would have his knocked over in NO time!!! Lol
    I wish I could put mine against the wall but I can’t. We have a radiator so base board heat registers are along the floor. I have to clean the covers frequently! Hahahaha


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    Default Re: Raised feeding bowls

    All three of mine, two English and a Frenchie, use fluff troughs and we love them! Super easy to clean and they don't make a mess.

    https://www.flufftrough.com/

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    Default Re: Raised feeding bowls

    My question is,, how do you keep water off the floor when your bully gets a drink ? After Levi gets a good cold drink there is water everywhere,, you can track him through the kitchen. I also have raised water / food bowls and the water is from the left over out of his jaws,, maybe “raised” is not the way to go ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyredneck View Post
    My question is,, how do you keep water off the floor when your bully gets a drink ? After Levi gets a good cold drink there is water everywhere,, you can track him through the kitchen. I also have raised water / food bowls and the water is from the left over out of his jaws,, maybe “raised” is not the way to go ?
    Raised or not, they drink like cows. Wont make any difference.

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    Default Re: Raised feeding bowls

    Kinda what I figured,,lol

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    Default Re: Raised feeding bowls

    You don’t!!
    And our case food is all over the floor too! (Even with the “special” $30 bowl we bought to prevent that!)


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    Default Re: Raised feeding bowls

    The Neater Feeder is great. It keeps Oscar’s food area nice and clean from all the

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyredneck View Post
    Kinda what I figured,,lol
    So long it’s sturdy stainless steel or ceramic bowls.

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