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Green Slow Feeder

Green Slow Feeder

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Award winning, GREEN is a revolutionary way to turn a dog's meal into a challenging time-consuming game. Slowing down eating helps reduce the risk of bloat and the unpleasant after-effects of eating too fast, resulting in a happier and healthier dog. Designed like a tuft of grass but looking like a contemporary piece of art, simply scatter the desired amount of food across the GREEN. Can be used for dry and wet food, simply wash /dishwasher after use. There are 3 variations available, standard, mini and cat.

  • Turns your dog's meal into a challenging game
  • Can be used with dry and wet food
  • Great to use for over-weight dogs (not only does it make their food last longer, they also have to work it helping them to burn calories at the same time), fast eaters or those that suffer from digestive problems
  • Ideal for those on a restricted calorie diet
  • Dishwasher friendly
  • Award winning
  • Phthalate free

 What is the Green Slow Feeder?
Green is a revolutionary way to slow a dog's eating and to savour his food. Many dogs lack mental stimulation which can lead to boredom and unwanted behaviours such as chewing. The Green keeps dogs mentally stimulated whilst eating, with more time to enjoy the taste of good food.

How does it work?
Simply scatter the desired amount of food across the Green. The dog will then enjoy the challenge of pushing the food out between its many "blades" of grass. Green works with wet (tinned), dry and raw food (BARF). 

How does this help?
The Green slows down eating time which can reduce the risk of bloat* - a potentially fatal disease for any dog. By prolonging eating, the risk of vomiting, gagging, gas and belching is also significantly reduced, resulting in a happier and healthier dog.

*Bloat is also known as Gastric Dilation Volvulus GDV and can kill a dog within an hour. A published study found that raised feeding bowls increased the risk of bloat by 110%; the same study showed that eating too quickly increases the risk of bloat by 15%. Feeding one large meal a day can also increase the risk of bloat. Sadly 30% of dogs that suffer from bloat do not survive.    

What is it made from?
It is made of hard plastic (without phthalates) and can therefore be used both inside and outside and is dishwasher proof.
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