Dogit Go-Slow!When it comes to meal time with my dog it’s as if she’s seeing food for the first time, taking large gulps as fast as she can. Within a minute of putting the bowl in front of her she’s already eaten everything in it and licked it clean.
This is a common behaviour in dogs, it could be that they came from a large litter and had to compete with other litter-mates for food, or maybe your dog is food obsessed like mine.  When dogs gulp down their food rapidly they also swallow excess air. This can cause some problems with your dogs health including indigestion, vomiting, and bloat which can be life threatening. That’s where bowls like the Dogit Go-Slow! Anti-Gulping Dish come in handy. The bowl contains large interior indentations, which force the dog to move their snout around in the bowl and pick up their food at a slower rate, reducing excess air intake and preventing any digestion problems.

Dogit Go-Slow!

Dogit Go-Slow!Slow them down it does! It took my dog roughly 7 minutes to eat her dinner in the Dogit Go-Slow bowl.

Dogit Go-Slow!

The bowl is made from durable plastic and is dishwasher safe, so it’s easy to clean and guaranteed to last.

This bowl is not ideal for brachycephalic dogs (Pugs, Bulldogs, Pekingeses, Boston Terriers, etc) as their short snouts and flat faces make it harder to eat around the interior indentations.

Small – 300ml capacity
Medium – 600ml capacity (I purchased this size)
Large – 1.2 ltr capacity

$9.95 – $34.99 (depending on size and where you buy it from)

Where to buy:
Online or from most pet stores.

Disclaimer: These views are entirely my own. This is not a sponsored post. I purchased the bowl on my own account and thought it was a fantastic product to share.

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