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Slow Dog Food Dispenser for the Gluttonous Dogs [Project]
posted September 24 2014 18:24.35 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I found this on hackaday cried out laughing. And then i stopped because i just remembered my concept of the refrigerator delay-to-open device to cure my gluttony...

The Thurber Feeder 5000 was made for Thurber, a dog that eats so fast that he chokes himself constantly. Commercial slow feeding solutions failed for Thurber... And this is what Thurber's owner came up with!


[Via: hackaday]    [Link: Jason Dorie]
 
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