Hi does anyone use the slow feeding bowls for there bulldog? Buster still eats his food in seconds even though hes fed 4 times a day and he always seems hungry.With my bullmastif we had to use elevated feeding bowls do adult bulldogs need these .Many thanks Ellie
I haven't used one but there are several people here who have. Also there are articles that say elevated bowls can cause bloat, but several people use them with no problem. It certainly won't hurt anything if you want to use one. You can try the slow feed bowls or they make stainless steel balls you can put in their bowl to slow them down also.
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Thanks im going to try the slow feed bowl
I use 2 balls and a small kong in his bowl. He wants the food so bad that he doesn't even try to take out the toys.
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I had to use a slow feeder bowl for my Bella, now she is over a year old she does not need it any more.
This what we used > Martha Stewart PetsĀ® Slow Feed Dog Bowl | Automatic Feeders | PetSmart
I added a little water to the kibble with Banks... she always ate like she never had food beforwe -- adding the little bit of water did slow her down a bit
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We used a slow feed bowl for George when he was a puppy! He would eat so fast he would get sick. Now that he has gotten older he doesn't need it, but as a pup it was a god send!
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Thankyou for all the advice i was thinking it was just buster who ate his dinner so fast, not had it with other puppys .
I used elevated feeders for my bullmastiffs also, but have not considered one for Mabel. I think the balls would work great! I wish I had them for my gentle giants!
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