Slow Treater Treat Dispensing Mat Suctions to Wall for Pet Bathing, Grooming, and Dog Training

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10 reviews for Slow Treater Treat Dispensing Mat Suctions to Wall for Pet Bathing, Grooming, and Dog Training

  1. shortcake

    I love this, it’s the second one we bought. I found the first one at a dog show and was a little skeptical, but thought we’d try it because I have two pups afraid of baths and who hate getting brushed. It has worked great with peanut butter and fat free yogurt. I will say the key is to freeze them, hence the need for two…but also be careful with the suction cups, they work very well, but my puppy bit the corner off one, it still works but looks silly

  2. Arielle

    Really the best thing for grooming your dog! We use this for the bath, drying, brushing, giving eye drops, etc. Has really changed our experience with grooming our dog who used to hate baths and he’s so much happier too! Only thing is to make sure you watch your pup the full time while licking peanut butter or whatever you put on the slow feeder… We left him after grooming to finish up his peanut butter and he bit a piece of the plastic off and ate it. We learned for next time! Highly highly recommend!

  3. Amazon Customer

    This adhered well to a tile wall for us to try to calm our dog while we try to cut his nails. He HATES getting his nails cut and even required sedation at the vet to cut his nails. We use this and touch his paws, which normally gets a snal but I think the treat dispenser distracted him enough that we could “get away” with touching his paws for longer and even bringing the evil nail file nearby. Did it solve our problem immediately? No. Is it an invaluable tool in helping us get one step closer to home nail cuts? Absolutely. He was practically glued to this!

  4. Traci Ralston

    I have to give my dog Epsom baths because she is very allergic to grass. She’s part Portuguese Water Dog, and she has webbed feet. This makes it harder to wipe her paws clean after coming inside from a walk. The Epsom salt baths are just to cover her paws with water, and she has to stand there for 10 minutes. This great dispensing mat makes it easy to keep her in the tub for the full 10 minutes.

  5. Amazon Customer

    Tried this with our lab puppy when needing to sweep and vacuum the floors. This kept her busy for a while so I could clean in peace! I filled it with peanut butter and placed it on the refrigerator door. She loves it!!! Hadn’t tried it while bathing as she is a lab and loves the water. Also, used this when we had company to keep her busy so she won’t be such a pest wanting someone to play with her. So far, she loves it. I don’t use it every day just when I need to keep her busy so I can get something done.

  6. Rachel B.

    I hardly ever write reviews, but I am taking the time to write this to thank the maker of this amazing product and to share how great it worked for me and my puppy! When I first tried bathing him without this thing, it was a NIGHTMARE. He was in and out of the tub, hated the water, and it was just awful. By the time it was over, I was wetter and soapier than he was! But I soon discovered my puppy loves peanut butter! So I bought this slow treater, and amazingly I was able to bathe him with no problems at all in about 15 minutes! He stood docilely in the tub the whole time!!! I don’t think he was even aware I was bathing him!!!! He was so good that I decided to also try filing his nails with a new Dremel tool I had bought. I had been trying to train him to the Dremel for the whole previous week. He is normally not scared of noises-the vacuum cleaner and even fireworks are no problem for him–but for some reason this one he couldn’t get used to and kept shying away from me whenever I turned it on. I had pretty much given up hope that he would ever let me use it on him. But after our bath time success, I brought the Aquapaw down and stuck it to my sliding glass door after his bath, and 10 minutes later I had all four paws done! Again, he barely even noticed I was doing it! He looked back once when I was doing one of his back toenails as if to say “oh, what’s that thing?” and then went happily back to his peanut butter! This thing is so great I have told everyone about it, and I even bought a couple more of them for two of my friends with puppies. If your puppy doesn’t like bathing and getting his nails trimmed, GET ONE OF THESE!!! They are miraculous!!!! Thank you so much, Aquapaw!!!

  7. Jeannie

    I used this to calm my hyper neurotic schnauzer during grooming. Poor little guy was abused by a groomer when he was young, and has been VERY difficult to groom ever since. I’ve long been on the lookout for anything that will help calm him. Can’t take him to a groomer anymore, because he gets so stressed out. Grooming can take hours because he is so nervous. This tool was amazing. I was able to use the electric trimmer to do his belly, back and hind quarters quickly with no drama! Going to try it with my other schnauzer during his bath. My advice is to use just a little peanut butter or wet dog food at a time. Very thin layer. That way the dog really has to work for it and doesn’t fill up and get bored. This is the best grooming aid ever! It’s a wonderful, wonderful thing!!!!!!!

  8. Brittany

    Bathing and grooming my five month old Alaskan malamute/husky has always been a bit of a struggle. The sight of the nail clippers, and grooming brush were enough to send her running. I can honestly say that the slow treater has been a total game changer when it comes to bath-time & grooming. It’s simply amazing how a single tablespoon of peanut butter spread into the slow treater can keep my pup so distracted that I’m able to fully wash, dry, brush, and clip her nails without her even noticing!!!

  9. D. Dipietro

    I just finished cutting and dremeling toenails on my three dogs with their total cooperation, thanks to this product. I just put squirt cheese in between the nubs of the slow treater, laid it on the grooming table, and the dogs were happily licking away while I worked on their feet. No pulling away, no second person to hold the dog, just me, some cheese, and the slow treater. I’m a fan!!!

  10. book nerd

    We have a 30 pound lab mix rescue who hates water. Usually she shakes and tries to escape the bathtub. With this product she got distracted and stayed in place. We put peanut butter in it and froze it so that it would take longer. Having the nubs helps slow her down too. It stayed in place on our tub with the suctions. Basic product but works great.

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