Note: Feeders are intended to be used by one pet for proper daily meal portioning. Each pet should wear a tag for access control. If purchasing less feeders than pets in the home be sure to add extra tags to your cart.
- Keeps your pets healthier by controlling portions and keeping their weight under control.
- Saves money by not overfeeding and avoiding expensive vet bills related to overweight pets.
- Patented RFID system controls access to the food within multi-pet households.
- Set it and forget it! No more worrying about mealtimes.
- Automatically measures and serves meals in amounts and times that you set.
- Feeds as little as 1/2 cup all the way up to 6 cups per day.
- Divides the daily amount into 2, 3, 4, or 6 meals.
- Bin holds 30 cups of dry kibble and has pet-proof self locking lid.
- Removable parts for easy cleaning.
- Ceramic coated steel bowl for both durability and hygiene.
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There are very few products on the market like this, currently. This was the only feeder I found that dispenses food at intervals, and has a door that shuts. This was also the only solution for my overweight cat who gets 3/4 cup of dry food per day, split into many small meals, without me having to be the one to do it 6 times a day. There is another product I found that allows the cat to eat a certain amount, then the door shuts on them. This is not what I wanted, so I bought the PortionPro. In a sense, it's perfect for what I was looking for and needed for my multi-cat household.
The downsides, which I hope are tweaked in the future:
- the tag is gigantic. I'm sure it looks fine on a dog, but it's ridiculous on a cat. I've been told by the company that it cannot be made smaller.
- the feeder is gigantic. Again, I'm sure it's perfect for dogs, but in my opinion they should have made a model better suited for cats and sold two different models.
- the dish is ceramic. The huge tag clangs on the ceramic dish and keeps me awake since the cats eat across the hall. I took the company's advice and taped the tag onto my cats collar which is hideous, but is working.
- the dispenser and door are VERY loud. I had this feeder next to the cats wet food and water, and it would open and close every time he went to eat wet or drink. I eventually had to relocate it to a different area, which is not ideal. I prefer microchip feeders over RFID apparently, because they do not open from many feet away.
- the sound of the door opening and closing and the food dispensing sometimes wakes me up, but I am a light sleeper.
- the battery in the tag only lasts for a year. so the cost doesn't end at the huge purchase price. it's essentially $20 a year.
Even with all of the little issues that I have, it's still saving my sanity because I do not have to remember to give him dry food every 4 hours myself, and if we are gone for the night, he will still get food at intervals instead of all at once. Also, I think getting a small meal at 2:30am and 6:30am has helped the daily crying for food at 5am situation. Definitely a great invention!
(photo shows his SureFeed microchip tag for his wet food dish, and the big grey thing next to it with the black electrical tape is the PortionPro tag)
I have two cats on two separate prescription diets. Both on portion control because both are overweight. Works like a charm!!!
Although a little noisier than expected, works exactly how I'd hope. Free feeder pup gets to eat when he wants and the fatty pup can't access any extra food.
Your product is very impressive. Each of my Shepard’s have learned better eating habits and have lost weight. Highly recommend.
Thanks for having this technology available to my obese cat.
There’s nothing else to help him stop stealing food from his two step sisters.