Safer, slower meal times with Gobble Stoppers

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Does your dog seem to eat like each meal is a race to the finish line? Some dogs enjoy meal time so much that they gobble down their food too fast. Although it may seem like a harmless habit, speed eating can actually pose a danger to your pet’s health. Fortunately, there is a way to put the brakes on your dog’s chow time for better digestion.

Dangers of speed eating

When dogs eat too fast, they often swallow large amounts of food without chewing it properly. This can result in postprandial (after-meal) vomiting, choking or abdominal bloating. Bloating can in turn lead to gastric dilation volvulus, where the stomach will rotate or twist. This can result in a serious health emergency. Stomach twisting can create a blockage of blood flow to the heart or other areas of your dog’s body, which may send your pet into shock or even result in death.

Gobble Stoppers – the slow feeding solution

Gobble Stoppers

Gobble Stoppers is an easy, affordable way to slow your dog’s eating. This cute, bone-shaped apparatus instantly turns any ceramic, plastic or stainless steel feeding bowl into a slow feeder.

Just press the strong suction-cup base into the bottom of your pet’s feeding dish and it instantly creates an obstacle, which slows the rate at which your dog is able to eat up to 500%.

Gobble Stoppers are top rack dishwasher-safe and easy to remove using the attached pull-tab. It is made of non-toxic, BPA-free durable plastic and comes in small, medium and large sizes.

Slow your eager eater down to a healthy mealtime pace with the help of Gobble Stoppers, the slow feeding alternative.

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  1. My dog Pickles is a fast eater and sometimes throws it right back up.

  2. My 4 year old Pit-Whippet mix is a gobbler. She eats so quickly that it’s not long before it comes right back up. We are concerned about her weight loss. We bought her a bowl that has prongs in it to slow her down but it doesn’t work very well. This looks like it might work better

  3. Would love this for my sisters small dog who is her service animal. He will eat so fast that he throws up. So she has to feed him a few kibbles at a time by hand. This would help her so much since she is wheelchair bound and is hard enough caring for herself.

  4. Leela eats very fast when she gets excited because she thinks she’s going somewhere. When we do go for a ride, eating fast right before the ride can spell disaster! I feel so bad for her when she gets sick 🙁

  5. When our dog eats fast she sometimes gets sick.

  6. We feed our Beagle in the morning and she hogs the entire bowl of food down before we can put the scoup away. lol Would love to win a Gobble Stopper to get her to slow down.

  7. My lab must have learned in the shelter that if she did not just inhale her food she would not get any. I have had her for a while and she still has her food gone before I can blink. Never has slowed down a bit. What a great idea to help her slow down eating.

  8. 5 wiffs and it’s gone. Sometimes it ends up back on the floor. Also teaching the other dog a bad habit.

  9. I have a 1 1/2 yr English Bulldog, Spankie that is like a super wide-mouthed dog vacuum. He doesn’t even come up for air until he’s finished! He’s never been deprived his breakfast or super. He’s been like this since puppyhood. Help! I realy would love to win something thst could slw him down. Thank you.

  10. Both our Shelby and Copper are fast eaters. Copper gets sick more than Shelby

  11. My chocolate lab Deuce seems to inhale his food! Would love a large Gobble Stopper to slow him down to taste and enjoy his food.

  12. Our large rescue dog Chumley gulps his food down without chewing at all. Sometimes he brings it back up just the way he swallowed it. He is the #1 piggy for sure. I would love to win one of the Gobble Stopper attachments to help him eat his food like a doggie should.

  13. When our lab eats, you can literally see him inhale and then take like 5-6 huge mouthfuls of food at once!!

  14. I have two pugs and they’re always choking on their food from eating too fast. Would love to try one of the small ones! Thanks!

  15. I have three little rattys.. Well two rat terriers and a rat terrier shi tzu. The ratshi he’s a speed eater and still a pup. This will help slow him wayyyyyyyyy down. He’s like a vacuum to his food gone in one or two suckitoins,, so please help . All my guys are small under 20 pounds

  16. Our corgi eats REALLY fast. I think something like this would really help him out!

  17. Our puppy tries to swallow his meal whole! this could help!

  18. i have one dog who eats super fast. He eats as fast as he can. The other 2 don’t do that.

  19. My dog Max gobble it up so fast that i think swallow half of it with chewing it up

  20. Roxi will eat so fast…she swallows it practically whole….only to throw it up.

  21. I rescued a pitbull named China from a local shelter almost a year ago. It never fails she gulps her food up in a matter of seconds. I feel that one of these feeders would definitely help her make her food last a little longer. But I guess this has something to do with being starved and only weighing 40 pounds with her bones showing when she showed up at the shelter.

  22. I have a rescue puppy. and for first time of ever having dogs.. I see her gobble gobble down..i was sure it cant be that good for her. be nice to slow her down befor adult . never saw your product.. wow 😉

  23. I have a vizsla thats loves to eat even out of your hand. She eats so fast rhat dhe vomits i really needvto try a large one to see if she slows down her eating

  24. I have a chi-mix that gobbles her food down way too fast. We really need something to help slow her down. I am worried about her eating habits eventually making her sick. I’m curious to see if this would work for her.

  25. I think that Gobble Stoppers are a fantastic idea!
    I have 2 wonderful doggies, mother and daughter Cavalier King Charles
    The “mama” dog, Lara, soon to be 13, has only 2 teeth left because when
    we lived in a house, with several large evergreens that had enormous
    cones, she couldn’t wait to see a large pine cone fall and go fetch it. This,
    over several years, completely destroyed her gums and therefore she lost
    her teeth. At one veterinary visit, the vet decided that 10 teeth were
    unhealthy and pulled ALL of these at once! Poor baby!😪
    The feisty “daughter,” Maya, devours her food as if she has never seen
    any before! It is incredible, she ends up with the food stuck on her long,
    ears, in her nostrils, on her brows…..
    If Gobble Stoppers could help, I will be delighted!

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