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Keeps my small senior dog entertained for a good 20 minutes or more instead of the 3 minutes to eat the food out of a standard dog bowl. Small breed, long haired dogs will end up with food on the hairs on top of their head though.
My dog really liked this. I paid almost 12 quid for it which i think is very expensive compared to the flat ones, but its easy to fill, super easy to clean, the silicone is soft so you can turn it inside out to clean.
There was no colour listed, and i got the Orange one.
My dog had great fun with it, and i would buy it again.
I've had this lick bowl for one day. I put some peanut butter in it and my dog loved it and kept her occupied. I left her unattended with it for a while and when I returned she had already destroyed it.
This bowl is meant to be made of durable rubber that my dog could not break. My dog is a medium sized dog, and she doesn't have a particularly strong bite, still she managed to rip it into small pieces that she ingested as well!
This seems like pretty dangerous item to give to a dog, as they can easily rip it in pieces that they then eat.
I'm very disappointed since I had the impression I was buying a durable item that would last a long time!
Bought this for my dog, as he chewed the previous one! The lick mat is a great way of mentally stimulating your dog, keeping them busy and tiring them out in a different way. This mat works similar to the KONG and dogs get the same result. I use peanuts butter, coconut oil, dog treats and banana. My dog absolutely loves this and it keeps him occupied for at least 25minutes, giving me 5 mins of peace haha!
If you have a typical dog who loves food and will eat out of a bowl but doesnt chew the bowl much then this is great. Unfortunately my puppy doesnt seem to understand he should eat out of a bowl, or that this is a bowl not a toy to chew. He's not a foody dog anyway, so not the fault of the item at all. The bowl is so flexible it can be flipped inside out for cleaning and it best cleaned before any wet food dries on. I've stabilised it in milton a few times too after feeding raw tripe in it (puppies favourite in the hope of him using a bowl of any sort) and it's not lost colour or been effected in anyway. I do think a moderate or heavy chewer would chew through it in no time so recommend supervision. My pup is just too lazy to chew for long enough.