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Slow It Down With Portion Pacer


Gobble, gobble, gobble. Sound familiar? If you've heard these noises coming from your dog's dish, he could use a distraction. The Portion Pacer should be placed along with a pet's food or water — the device simply gets in the way so the pooch has to work a little harder and take his time at meal time.

Coming in porcelain or steel with two sizes, small ($12) and large ($15), it can help your pup digest food better and reduce that water coming back up minutes later. I know there's food I practically shovel in my mouth — can you imagine what it'd be like if they made this for people?

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alba1 alba1 7 years
i need one of these..my dog eats so fast he ends up shocking and coughing after he is done.
Desert Desert 7 years
I'm with juliefischer. One of my cats always eats too quickly and too much and throws everything up. I've had to give the cats their food in smaller spaced-out quantities now.
juliefischer juliefischer 7 years
I need this for my cats. They seem to eat too fast, then barf it up. Gross.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 7 years
I'd be afraid my dogs would swallow it! Although it would be nice if it got my one to actually chew his food instead of him swallowing it whole only to sometimes vomit whole kibble up later.
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