Once again here are the stats on the Aikiou Dog Bowl:
However, the Aikiou Dog Bowl was not without it’s faults. Here are some of the things we didn’t like about the dog bowl.
Long before before the days of canned food and , dogs had to work for their supper. Stimulating these natural hunting and foraging instincts is an important part of keeping your pet healthy and happy – as well as preventing your Chesterfield lounge from being torn to shreds – and this "interactive dog food dish" is designed to do just that. The paw-shaped Aikiou (pronounced "IQ") bowl is made up of a series of compartments with sliding covers where food can be concealed, turning mealtime from a slobbering free-for-all into an entertaining and challenging exercise that will help keep Fido's mind and body fit.
By necessity, animals in nature spend much of their time hunting and foraging for their meals. Dogs in particular are adept at seeking and finding food. Unfortunately, this innate problem solving skill is often under exercised in domesticated animals sometimes leading to unwanted behaviours around the home.
The Aikiou (IQ) bowl was developed with this in mind. Food is hidden inside the bowl's many compartments, which your dog can access by sliding the doors open or spinning the central wheel. Allowing your dog to exercise his or her problem solving instincts with the Aikiou bowl fun and rewarding for both you and your pet.
Here are the things we really liked about the Aikiou Dog Bowl:
Aikiou Interactive Dog Bowl, Blue
- Our black Labrador Retriever, Stetson is a fast eater and lucky for us we recently received a brand new Aikiou Dog Bowl for review. The Aikiou Dog Bowl was great and really slowed Stetson down. It took him 20 seconds to eat 1 1/2 cups with his regular dog bowl and over 3 minutes with his Aikiou Dog Bowl. If you have a fast eater then I recommend checking out the Aikiou Dog BowlAlexandre Tremblay from AiKiou Company explains the AiKiou (IQ) brown and green interactive feeder and dog bowl. This bowl with entertain your dog while helping him to eat at a slower pace and be as healthy as a puppy.Because your dog can't just scoff down an entire meal in one foul swoop, the Aikiou bowl (like the ) makes eating slower and therefore helps prevent digestive and weight problems.This is our final review in our series of Aikiou Dog Bowl Reviews. In case you missed our first two reviews of the then check out the following links:The Aikiou bowl is made from recyclable food grade plastic and has rubber grips on the base to ensure it doesn't end up in the neighbors front yard as your dog forages for food. It is also dishwasher safe – which could come in handy given that all those compartments make the bowl more difficult to clean.If you’ve been following our reviews then you’ve already seen pictures and know a little bit about the Aikiou Dog Bowl. After our initial inspection we had a little bit of difficulty deciding if this was a dog toy, dog puzzle, or a dog bowl. According to their this dog product is actually considered an interactive dog food dish. Whatever it’s considered we think it’s pretty cool and as you’ll see in our video below, Stetson found it to be a pretty cool dog bowl, toy, and puzzle all rolled into one.