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- Patented RFID system communicates with the automatic pet feeder to control food access for dogs and cats in the home.
- Extremely lightweight.
- Water resistant up to 3 feet.
Recently I bought two PortionProRx Pet Feeders and I truly cannot recommend them enough. While the circumstance that led us to buy these units was very specific, I can assure you that it helped immensely.
In our family, we have two cats. One has really bad social anxiety while the other is very assertive. The one cat would always try to steal the other’s food and that led us to have a very complicated feeding routine. It was getting so tedious that I began looking for an automatic pet feeder. It was very hard to find one unit that both automatically dispensed the food, and had corresponding tags to open it. But when I found the PortionProRx, it seemed perfect for us.
We have two separate units. When we ordered the first, it took only a couple of days for our cat to adapt to it and stop waking us up at the crack of dawn for breakfast. Her unit is on ‘closed mode’ so when she goes near it, her RFID tag opens it. After our success with the first unit we ordered the second, for our anxious cat.
He doesn’t respond well to collars so we were able to leave his on ‘open mode,’ programming it to reject the other cats tag, leaving him collarless. So far, this system has worked so effectively and essentially eliminated all of the problems we previously had. Now, each cat can get their own food with the added assurance that the other won’t steal it. Additionally, they no longer try and wake us up to get food since they rely now on the automatic feeders.
Overall, if you are having trouble with a pet’s feeding in any way, shape or form, I strongly recommend checking out the PortionProRx Pet Feeder.
Okay, I was a bit hesitant to purchase because these are not cheap! However, when I recently became a pet mom of a second cat (the biggest chonk), I needed to find a way to keep him from stealing all of his brothers food. I’m a busy woman, I’m working, schooling and trying to keep a clean house. I needed my babies to be fed consistently, on time and without fighting each other for food. This is an absolute miracle worker! When my chonk tries to get into his brothers food it immediately slams shut before he’s close enough to get into it. They quickly adapted to them (within a day) and love the timing consistency. My chonk obsessively paces waiting for his diet food right before the food dispenses. You can customize these perfectly to fit your needs and each animals diets. They dispense food at the exact same time on opposite sides of the kitchen. Incredible technology, worth every penny!
I bought this feeder for my three cats who are used to having an open dish and bought another feeder for the cat who never stops eating. It took a little while figure out the best way to assign the tags but I can finally keep the cat who never stops eating out of this feeder.
Needed something to keep my older cat to her diet after getting my two younger ones. Did some internet shopping around and PortionPro was the only one that did everything I needed. Only complaint I have is about the tags. Wish they could be smaller and perhaps have some sort of rubber coating because they do make rather loud clangs against the metal bowls.
I got the portion pro for my dog who has short bowel syndrome and needs a lot of small meals a day. Unfortunately the PortionPro only allows you to do three meals a day, and only a maximum of 1.5 cups of food at a time. Also, we have two dogs, and the other dog is quite determined when it comes to trying to get food out of the Portion Pro. The container is quite secure, so that is a plus. I cannot think of a better way to do it, but what happens is that the close sensor overrides the open sensor, and the one dog prevents our other dog from being able to eat out of the PortionPro. Overall, I think it does exactly what it's supposed to do, but it definitely doesn't solve all our dog food problems.