Sometimes dogs get so excited about mealtime they scarf their food down at a rapid rate. This can cause bloating, vomiting, and other digestive issues. Having a toy or best puzzle dog bowls provide just enough of a challenge to slow down how fast they eat so they don’t suffer from these common conditions. Looking for the best puzzle dog bowls in 2021? Take a look at these top choices.
This puzzle bowl is easy to use and designed so it’s easy to fill with dog food or treats. It’s made out of food-safe plastic and built to last. It holds up to four cups of dry dog food.
It can take a day or two for dogs to figure out how to get food or treats out of this puzzle dog bowl. It slows down their rate of food consumption. The bowl provides a lot of fun for dogs who seem to enjoy beating the game for a treat. It’s durable, but food can spill out a little if the bowl is tipped
This treat ball dispenses food or treats as dogs learn how to work the toy. It’s designed to be easy to clean and made from high-quality, hard plastic. You can adjust the difficulty level.
This treat dispensing ball keeps dogs occupied and busy while they play with the ball and learn how to release treats. The puzzle is easy for dogs to figure out but still slows down the rate they can consume the food. The hard plastic construction makes quite a bit of noise on hard-surfaced flooring.
This slow feeder for dogs is constructed of sturdy, heavy-duty plastic. It features a unique maze design to slow down rapid eaters. It’s available in two sizes for various sized breeds.
This puzzle dog bowl’s design keeps dogs busy and makes them work so they can sit quietly and eat. It’s easy to clean, a good size, and doesn’t slide around while the dog is trying to get to all his food. You sometimes need to shake the bowl gently to spread the food out evenly.
This durable feeding bowl is fun for dogs. It provides a stimulating puzzle-style game that challenges their thinking skills while eating. It also slows down the dog’s eating rate.
This puzzle dog bowl is perfect for helping dogs slow down when they eat. It prevents them from wolfing down their food in seconds and encourages chewing and swallowing first. The bowl is of high-quality construction. The pads on the bottom to keep the bowl from sliding around don’t adhere tightly enough.
By Melissa Bartholomew
Melissa is a clinical pharmacist licensed for practice in multiple US states. Her expertise stems from her near-decade long experience in the industry. Melissa began her pharmacy journey with her undergraduate biology and chemistry degrees, and later went on to earn her doctorate in pharmaceutical and health sciences. When she is not working, she is spending time with her children and furthering her passion for wellness.