Puzzle-Style Slow Feeder Bowls: These bowls have intricate patterns or compartments that require dogs to navigate around obstacles to access their food.
Spiral Design Bowls: Bowls with a spiral-shaped pattern inside that creates barriers, slowing down the eating pace as dogs maneuver their tongues and mouths.
Raised Center Bowls: Bowls with a raised mound or protrusion in the center, forcing dogs to eat around it and slow down their consumption.
Maze-Style Bowls: Bowls with maze-like patterns or ridges that make it difficult for dogs to grab large mouthfuls, encouraging smaller bites and slower eating.
Bumpy or Ridged Bowls: Bowls with raised bumps or ridges on the surface that make it challenging for dogs to gulp down their food quickly, promoting slower and more controlled eating.
Divided Bowls: Bowls with compartments or dividers that separate the food into smaller portions, requiring dogs to navigate each section and eat more slowly.