Most dogs love to eat, but problems can arise when dogs eat their food too fast. Fast eaters tend to swallow more air than do slow eaters, which is a risk factor for gagging, choking, vomiting, indigestion, even bloat. If you’re concerned about how fast your Greyhound eats there are a few things you can do to help slow them down. Use these tips to slow down your dog’s mealtime.
Is it better to feed your Greyhound from bowls on the floor or elevated? There’s been a long-standing controversy over the benefits or drawbacks of raised food bowls for dogs and how these now popular raised dog food bowls affect our pets. Talk to two different experts and get two different answers for two reasons. First, there haven’t been many significant studies on the topic of elevated dog feeders. Second, the few studies which have been done contradict each other. Here are a few pros and cons regarding raised vs. floor feeding so you can make an informed decision about what’s best for your pup.