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    Rescue Volunteer Rural mystic's Avatar
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    Default Re: not chewing his food

    Another idea [ and this suggestion came from the lady who co owns the pet supply store where I get my dog food] she suggested, and obviously from her quick suggestion this has been asked of her before, she suggested using a baking pan. The food is spread out over a larger area and so it takes the dog longer to eat. So I did a quick search on Amazon and you can purchase a stainless steel baking pan for about the price of a good quality dog bowl.
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    @Tooleysmom no chesty's nostrials are a good size so said the vet.
    Katie & Chesty

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    Default Re: not chewing his food

    Thanks everyone for the ideas. I've tried a slow feed bowl but chesty can't eat out of them and has for wetting down his food to slow him down, i've tried that and he wants nothing to do with it. but i will try putting his food in a cake pan or something so that way it is spread out more! thanks for the idea everyone!!!
    Katie & Chesty

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