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SodaPup Announces New American-Made “Ebowl” Slow Feeder Enrichment Dog Bowl

It’s called the Honeycomb ebowl.




(PRESS RELEASE) BOULDER, CO – SodaPup Founder and CEO, Adam Baker announced the launch of SodaPup’s first slow feeder bowl, the Honeycomb ebowl.

“SodaPup has always been very focused on the enrichment category and most recently has concentrated its efforts on feeding systems. Over the last 18 months we have introduced our emat lick mats, our ecoin durable licking devices, and our etray shallow segmented feeding trays. Today, we are launching our first true slow feeder bowl which we call an ebowl.” Baker said.

“Research has shown that most slow feeder bowls are ineffective at slowing down dogs’ eating.” Baker added. “So we focused on creating a design that increases the challenge, slows down dogs’ eating and provides more enrichment. The honeycomb ebowl has a deep segmented design that makes dogs work harder for their food. Different foods can be placed in each segment. The Honeycomb ebowl is dishwasher and freezer safe.” concluded Baker.

SodaPup specializes in the design, development, sales and marketing of innovative American made molded products including rubber dog toys, nylon dog toys, TPE dog toys, lick mats and other feeding systems. SodaPup is committed to the development of high quality, American-made products that are innovative, safe, and environmentally friendly.



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