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DogIt Go-Slow Anti-Gulping Dog Dish Review

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Product: DogIt Go Slow Anti-Gulping Dog Dish

What It Is: dish designed to encourage your dog to eat or drink slower

Manufacturer: Rolf C. Hagen (USA) Corp.(made in China)

DogTipper Review: Our dog Irie is a fast eater. We’ve tried many things to get her to eat more slowly including feeding her from a muffin tin and feeding her on a flat plate rather than in a traditional dog bowl.

One thing we haven’t tried in the past is a specially-designed bowl to slow her eating. We recently had the opportunity to receive the DogIt Go-Slow Anti-Gulping Dog Dish for review,  a special bowl that encourages a dog to eat – and drink – at a slower pace,  reducing air intake and improving digestion, as well as reducing the risk of bloat. The bowl can be used for wet or dry food (and can also be used for your dog’s water). It’s dishwasher safe and available in pink, blue, white and black in four sizes, from XS to L. (The bowl you’ll see our Irie eating from in this video is a large.)

To test the Anti-Gulping Dog Dish, we put it to the test with Irie. First, we gave Irie 3/4 cup dry kibble in a traditional dog bowl one morning. It took her 53 seconds to eat. (You’ll see this in the video above.) That evening, we gave her 3/4 cup of the same kibble in the DogIt Go Slow Anti-Gulping Dog Dish. The same food took her 1 minute, 27 seconds to eat, over half a minute longer than in the traditional bowl! A big paws up for the DogIt Go-Slow Anti-Gulping Dog Dish!

Price: The suggested retail price is approximately $7.95 to $24.99. The Go-Slow Bowl is available at pet retailers nationwide.

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Disclosure: We received a complimentary DogIt Go-Slow Dish for our review and one for a giveaway. We were not compensated for our review and all opinions are our own.

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