These are the best slow feeder dog bowl options!

If your pup seems to devour his food as soon as it touched the bowl, then a slow feeder could be a beneficial purchase for them. Eating slower is often much better for digestion, and some pups eat so quickly that it even makes them sick, causing them to toss their kibbles somewhere on the kitchen floor.

Slow feeders also have another benefit which is often neglected. They can be fun for your dog! Many of these products work by acting as a “puzzle” that the dog needs to solve in order to get to the food. This can gives an anxious or bored dog something to keep them entertained if you feed them before you leave the house.