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    Default Food bowls for flat face dogs

    Just curious if anyone here has tried these bowls? I'm thinking of ordering 3 plus the stand for our dogs but that's gonna be about $200. That a a lot for dog bowls and was hoping to get 1st hand feedback from someone who had tried these before.

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    There are other videos and reviews on their YouTube channel too!

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    Default Re: Food bowls for flat face dogs

    wellllllllll, I'm usually one to want to jump on these things, but Hanks a good eater from either his larger type stainless steal 'mixing' bowl, or a glass mixing bowl of that same size. he does much better out of those than the strait up sided 'dog food' bowls. Just my thoughts but they look real nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hankster View Post
    wellllllllll, I'm usually one to want to jump on these things, but Hanks a good eater from either his larger type stainless steal 'mixing' bowl, or a glass mixing bowl of that same size. he does much better out of those than the strait up sided 'dog food' bowls. Just my thoughts but they look real nice
    Thanks for the input and good idea Hankster. I think I will try the mixing bowls first before spending $200... I just checked and found a whole set of shallow & wide stainless mixing bowls in one of our cupboards that I don't think my wife will miss 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bullies View Post
    Thanks for the input and good idea Hankster. I think I will try the mixing bowls first before spending $200... I just checked and found a whole set of shallow & wide stainless mixing bowls in one of our cupboards that I don't think my wife will miss ��

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    ha!! check um out at least give um a shot first ,,mabie they'll do the trick..

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    I bought one about a year ago... stopped using it. There was no difference in Lambeau using it other than his food flying out the bowl and on the floor/wall


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    I bought one about a year ago... stopped using it. There was no difference in Lambeau using it other than his food flying out the bowl and on the floor/wall


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    Thank you for the input! I don't mind spoiling the dogs and spending money but $200 is pretty steep for dog food bowls that may not add much benefit. Bunny eats so fast that I don't think it will make much difference...

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    Didn't try these bowls, but if you really want to slow down eating, slowfeeders - plastic bowls with maze inside work really nice. When Tank ate kibble, it made his eating time 5 minutes instead of 40 seconds.

    P.S. LOVE Your dog's name - Bunny- when my Tank is excited, he hops like a bunny and I always grunt at him "Are you a bulldog or a bunny! I should call you a bunny!". They hop so funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lalaloopsie View Post
    Didn't try these bowls, but if you really want to slow down eating, slowfeeders - plastic bowls with maze inside work really nice. When Tank ate kibble, it made his eating time 5 minutes instead of 40 seconds.

    P.S. LOVE Your dog's name - Bunny- when my Tank is excited, he hops like a bunny and I always grunt at him "Are you a bulldog or a bunny! I should call you a bunny!". They hop so funny
    Lol, that's how she got her name... my daughter named her because she hopped like a bunny when she was a pup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lalaloopsie View Post
    Didn't try these bowls, but if you really want to slow down eating, slowfeeders - plastic bowls with maze inside work really nice. When Tank ate kibble, it made his eating time 5 minutes instead of 40 seconds.

    P.S. LOVE Your dog's name - Bunny- when my Tank is excited, he hops like a bunny and I always grunt at him "Are you a bulldog or a bunny! I should call you a bunny!". They hop so funny
    Duke jumps like a bunny too. When he plays or feeding time is like an out of control bunny. Lol

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    Default Re: Food bowls for flat face dogs

    200 $ for a bowl....that wouldn't happen in my book. Im in the food industry and I dont even buy bowls that expensive. @Hankster got it right. Kitchen stainless steel bowls is a great idea.

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    Wow! $200 for food bowls seems crazy expensive to me. Gus eats out of a shallow stainless steel food bowl or a rectangle glass dish. Somewhere I read putting the food on a cookie sheet will slow down their eating. I've never tried the cookie sheet, but the rectangle glass dish does make him eat a little slower. I bought a stand that holds the stainless steel bowls for food & water so his head is level when eating/drinking. The vet mentioned that could reduce the risk of choking.

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