What is the difference between slow and interactive feeders

TALKING ABOUT US

PROUDLY CANADIAN

Aïkiou “IQ” is a Canadian dog toys and cat toys manufacturer founded in 2008.

PRAISED BY THE INDUSTRY

Aïkiou “IQ” puzzle feeders were the first dog puzzle feeders recognized by the industry in 2013

DOG OBESITY PREVENTION

When we designed the first dog interactive feeder in 2008, it rapidly became one of the best feeders to keep dogs at a healthy weight.

MUST HAVE FOR YOUR PET

RECOMMENDED BY

Aïkiou products have been recommended by veterinarians and behaviourists since 2008.

ABOUT US

We are a small Canadian Family Company founded in 2008 by Kathleen Desrosiers, a veterinarian technician and behaviourist.

HELPING RESCUES

Aïkiou was created to help prevent dogs from being abandoned by supplying an activity which helps to alleviate boredom and bad behaviours.

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

  • So far, this feeder has worked out really well for my cat. I was very skeptical that she would be smart enough to use it, as she has the IQ of a […]

    Justin

  • It may seem odd, but we ordered and are using this bowl to assist a participant of our healthcare program who is intellectually disabled to reduce the speed of his eathing. This […]

    Kerry R

  • I have the larger version of this bowl as well. I use this as my “travel” bowl – it’s easy to put in a bag than attempting to lug around the larger […]

    the kat

  • I got this feeder for my 1 year old shih tzu Charlie. he was eating his food way too fast and i was worried that he was going to have issues with […]

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  • Our bishon/cavilier mix ate her food so fast she cried after dinner each night. We got this bowl and she figured it out the first try. I was worried she wouldn’t figure […]

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  • This bowl has been a blessing! We rescued a 1 1/2 year old French Bulldog (very short snout) and she is a fast eater and it causes stomach issues (gas, gurgling, burping, […]

    Renee T

  • My cat is a total hard food junkie. After having problems with his urinary tract he needs to eat more wet food and less dry. However he constantly begs for the dry […]

    Barbara Smith

  • The instructions says to let the cat eat from the base to get used to it. But im too lazy, i just let her sniff the treats, threw some in the tubes, […]

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