LE TAUCI PET Slow Feeder Dog Bowl Ceramic, 1.5 Cups Dog Bowls to Slow Down Eating Small Medium Breed, Puppy Slow Feeder for Fast Eaters, Puzzle Food Bowl, Maze Bowl, Purple
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Our mission is to make people live better and better. We passionately focused on the interaction of modern design, affordability, quality and attentive service. Now，what we would like to do is to light up your pet’s life. LE TAUCI PET would design to provide a better feeding experience for your pet and a more pleasing every day routine for you, so the two of you can enjoy exploring the world together.
Ceramic Slow Feeder Bowl
Your dog’s dinnerware will take pride in its place in the kitchen with LE TAUCI PET’s modern designer dog bowls and feeders.
Slow Feeder Dog Bowls
Dog Food Bowls
Product Dimensions : 8 x 8 x 1.8 inches; 2.87 Pounds
Date First Available : December 13, 2021
Manufacturer : LE TAUCI PET
ASIN : B09NKGHXWC
Durable Ceramic, Prevent Your Dog From Eating Plastic – We found that plastic slow food bowls are easily damaged by dogs, they will bite and eat by mistake. The surface of the plastic will also fall off during use, which is not conducive to a healthy diet for dogs. We use ceramic material, strong and durable, not easy to damage, so your dog could enjoy his food safely and healthily.
Easy To Clean, Not Easy To Hide Dirt – Smooth glaze has good effect that not easy to hide dirt and residual odor. The feeders are dishwasher safe and easy to clean. It means less work for you and more playtime with you puppy.
Non-slip, Say Goodbye To The Messy Floor – These ceramic dog bowls are heavy enough(about 1.3kg) and non-slip base so that the dog cannot move easily while eating. Whether your dog has a diet of dry, wet, or raw food, these non-slip bowls will do the trick!
Slow Down Eating, Bring Dog A Healthy Diet – Fast-eating dogs are experience bloat, regurgitation, and obesity easily. Our slow feeder dog bowl design with the ridges and maze pattern helps your dog to eat slower than 10 times. Your dog could change his overeating behavior through a challenge and fun mealtime.