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I don't have one, but we have that problem in our house..Sadie devours her food way to fast. We just stick a toy in her bowl so she has to eat around it, it does slow her down some. I'd be interested to know how well these bowls work though...
 

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Now those look interesting...Medium would be fine..Just make sure to get the metal one :)
 

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I have the same problem with Ollie - I stick his Kong in his bowl to slow him down. He hasn't quite figured out he can take it out  :D .
If they made these in Stainless steel, I might consider it.
 

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I actually bought one for Chloe awhile ago because no matter what we put in the bowl she manages to take it out. They do work great and I loved it but because of the plastic it made her break out. I had the medium size.
 

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Interesting idea but I'm not a fan of using plastic bowls.  I think plastic has a higher risk of eroding and seeping into the food over time.  I think it's difficult to clean away all of the bacteria unlike a metal bowl that you can soak in scorching hot water and soap with no wear or tear.
 

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That's neat but I agree with everyone for all the same reasons. We don't have that problem though... and the RC food with it's big chunks... slows his eating anyway.
 

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samsonsaunt\";p=\"129034 said:
[quote="Doggonnit\";p=\"128975":2ikc98a7]Try using a bundt pan.
Now that's some McGyver thinking at work!! Bundt pans are so light though...?[/quote:2ikc98a7]
My friend uses a Brake-fast bowl on her dog.
 
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