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    When you say your dogs get sick from eating too fast, what are the symptoms? Charley seems to get the hypersalivation within a couple of hours after eating.


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    Glad that I could connect to amazon and return easily to this page!


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    Wyatt has been eating his food so fast we switched to a slow feed bowl but now he can't get the food out. He has decided knocking over the bowl is easier. Any suugestions?

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    @wyattebans the one Buster uses is wide and low. It hasn't been flipped yet. Even when Tuney is making sure the bowl well cleaned, Itl has ended up in the middle of our kitchen though!!

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    I use the same one! Works wonders. I heard Ruckus chew for the first time when I got one of these.

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    I felt bad when Rocco had the bowl as he was really struggling to get the food. The ball worked like a charm. At 19 months, he doesn't need it anymore and he's been off it for a while and doesn't even finish his whole bowl of food most the time

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    Since these are stainless, do you think putting them in water would be okay? (Not in a filled bowled)

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    We used to. Tried 2 different kinds before settling on this one: KONGĀ® Slow Feed Dog Bowl

    Chubbs' face is smushed in to the point where he couldn't get the food out of the maze bowls. At the moment we're hand feeding.

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