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02-05-2014 09:06 AM
Lilie The moment when you find yourself no longer careful to avoid kibble spillage when preparing five dog food bowls, as there are pups watching the floor hoping for mistakes to be made.
02-05-2014 07:31 AM
TommyB681 at least once a week
02-05-2014 12:34 AM
doggiedad i've let the dog clean up more than once.
02-05-2014 12:01 AM
havery Baha, I laughed at the maze bowl too when I saw it...my dogs eat out of $2 IKEA mixing bowls.

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02-04-2014 11:26 PM
Scout's Mama
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Pretty sure that even if you feed by scattering the kibble, overfeeding is still overfeeding. I'm also pretty sure that I owned the world's only lab that could free-feed and not get fat.
True. I laugh because there was some maze-like product at Petsmart claiming that it was worth 8 times the price of a normal food bowl because it made dogs work for their dinner, thereby fighting boredom and overfeeding. No offense if anyone has one, I just find the premise silly...
02-04-2014 12:23 AM
OriginalWacky
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I joke that I got our lab mix because I was tired of sweeping food of the kitchen floor. DH calls her "Hoover."

Think I read somewhere that not using a bowl battles canine obesity? ;-)

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Pretty sure that even if you feed by scattering the kibble, overfeeding is still overfeeding. I'm also pretty sure that I owned the world's only lab that could free-feed and not get fat.
02-03-2014 09:26 PM
Kahrg4 That moment when you realize you're going to have to start child locking the food cabinet as the kibble is disappearing faster than you're feeding it.

Nice Havery! Done that one a few times myself.
02-03-2014 08:47 PM
Springbrz Love these stories
02-03-2014 08:45 PM
DonnaKay That moment when .... pup notices the food tote is half empty so it's a good time to put paws up on it while Mom is getting the food out. Over it goes and the race is on between Mom and pup to see who can pick up the most kibble.

Mystique = 1, Mom = 0
02-03-2014 08:23 PM
Scout's Mama I joke that I got our lab mix because I was tired of sweeping food of the kitchen floor. DH calls her "Hoover."

Think I read somewhere that not using a bowl battles canine obesity? ;-)

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