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Why is my Frenchie eating so fast?
Frenchies are probably some of the fastest eaters out there.
Some might even compare them to a vacuum. The speed at which they inhale food is quite impressive.
Unfortunately, all superpowers come with their weaknesses, and your Frenchies ability to make food disappear almost instantly can cause all kinds of stomach problems like gassiness, nausea, and upset stomach.
How nice would it be if we could just be like,
“Hey, Frenchie, you know you’d feel a lot better if you just slowed down a bit while eating”
But that probably won’t work. So what should we do?
There’s really no stopping a Frenchie that has its eyes set on a bowl of food…
So what can I do?
Sometimes we’ve just gotta do what we’ve gotta do.
And by that, I mean make it physically impossible for your Frenchie to wolf down their food by using a slow-feed bowl like this one.
I personally use a slow-feed bowl like this.
It was personally gifted to me by my veterinarian, and have heard it’s highly popular among dog owners of many different breeds (she had one for her Pitbull).
They come in a bunch of different patterns
It comes in a few different colors and patterns.
I use the teal one with the circular patterns… regardless which you choose, it’ll drastically slow their eating.
- Non-slip base
- Holds 3-4 cups of dry kibble
- Promote healthy digestion by slowing eating
- Made with 100% food-safe materials (PVC, BPA, and Phthalate FREE)
If your Frenchie is like most Frenchies, they probably inhale their food like a vacuum cleaner.
This fast eating is what causes most of their gassiness— and this bowl is sure to slow down their eating.
It's made from BPA-free plastic (non-toxic) and has tons of different shapes, sizes, and colors to choose from.
- Reduces farting
- BPA-free plastic— safe to eat from
- Multiple fun shapes & colors to choose from
Slow-Feed Bowl In Action
As you can see in the video above, it took this pup more than 7x longer to finish their food using a slow feeder bowl when compared to a traditional bowl.