Super Pet® Gravity Bin Feeder
Great For Weekend Trips
I love my two pet rats and was hesitant to leave them with a friend while I went out of town for the weekend. I bought one of these to fill up so I know they would at least have food if they didn't get checked on regularly.
It worked well but my boys ended up taking all the food out and hiding it in their igloo.
Great for peace of mind but not for small pets on a diet since you can't be exactly sure how much they eat out of it at a time.
January 14, 2014
A desecrating bunny-Smaug the Defiler
So, this product is what made me discover that my rabbit very much enjoys trying to knock everything in his path over by running as fast as he can into it. Now, his name is Smaug the Terrible (from the novel The Hobbit), but he really enjoys this one, cause it's challenge, but it holds more food than other feeders do, so I found I ended up wasting more food, and having to clean up more, which made things a little more difficult. I would say this would be an awesome product, if not for my bunnies need to destroy everything in his path.
January 10, 2014
best hay hanger ive seen
The sticker on the front of mine looks a bit different than pictured. Just to make sure you get the dimensions right the one I'm talking about is approximately 8 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide. I can't speak for this being a food feeder yet, but I am beyond happy with this thing as a hay feeder. Some hay does get stuck in the back sometimes but its really easy to free that, and 99% of the hay ends up in my guinea pigs mouth, not on the floor of his cage, and he has no trouble getting to it. The only con is that it takes up a bit of room in the cage. It came with a mounting bracket and a screw, apparently your supposed to be able to attach it to the bars that way. I just put a long twistie tie around the bracket and twisted it around the bar in the back, that way he cant get to the twistie tie in the back, and he cant knock over the dispenser. I can put more hay in the back than you can get in most hay hangers I've seen, it keeps the hay contained much better, and he has no trouble getting to the hay. I'm happy
January 11, 2013
is it worth it?
My chubby rabbit, Buttercup, is the most spoiled bunny ever. One day, I decided to buy this pet feeder to see if she likes the feeder. So I gave it a try, apparently my rabbit doesn't like the feeder. 1. when the food has gone low, Buttercup can not reach her food because her head is too big. 2.it's in her way when she was moving her bedding around (she likes to dig, and push her bedding around.) 3. She would destroy the tray without you knowing or looking. Buttercup chewed and destroy it before I had the chance to return it. She rather have a doggy bowl of food than the feeder when she eats. I guess it depends on the rabbit's personality. But it wasn't worth the money to buy the feeder if your rabbit destroys it you return your item.
October 22, 2012