|08-28-2014 11:25 AM|
I believe so. I think it has to do with them swallowing air.
There are people who feed horses with hay nets to either slow them down, reduce mess/wastage, or keep them from ingesting dirt/bedding.
But this can cause them to cough, because it opens up their windpipe and they tend to inhale the dust particles more than if they eat off the ground.
I always look at it as feeding in the position that nature intended them to eat. Horses graze and eat off the ground and wolves aren't fed in elevated bowls.
|08-27-2014 11:35 AM|
I guess I don't understand how it prevents nor causes it. is it the way the neck is bent or?
|08-27-2014 09:18 AM|
|08-27-2014 08:41 AM|
"Approximately 20 and 52% of cases of GDV among the large breed and giant breed dogs, respectively, were attributed to having a raised feed bowl."
|08-27-2014 08:33 AM|
|08-26-2014 05:20 PM|
|08-26-2014 11:11 AM|
|lhczth||Stainless and no matter the size of the bowl they pick up what ever I feed them and drop it into their crate first.|
|08-26-2014 11:00 AM|
|08-26-2014 02:18 AM|
|BowWowMeow||I use a pyrex glass dish.|
|08-26-2014 01:51 AM|
|Mesonoxian||It sounds like 2-3 quarts is the way to go, and having some rubber isn't a problem. Thank you all!|
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