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Automatic 6 Meal Pet Feeder

$109.00

Automatic 6 Meal Pet Feeder Food Dispenser:

No More Early Morning Wake Up Calls

Let the feeder do the work!
Tired of those early mornings when your pet decides it’s breakfast time? No need to worry anymore! Rely on the PetSafe Six Meal Feeder to keep up your pet’s healthy feeding routine no matter what time it is or where you are.

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Schedule Your Pet’s Meals
Feed your pet up to 6 meals a day or schedule 6 meals over a couple days. Six tray slots and the bowl hold up to 1-cup each of dry or semi-moist food.

Quick and Easy Setup
Use the built-in clock and LCD screen to quickly set up your pet’s feeding schedule.

Portable Feeder
Uses 4 D-cell alkaline batteries that last up to 9 months, so you can place the feeder anywhere in the house or even take it with you when traveling.Batteries not included.

No More Waiting
Schedule pre-portioned meals for your pet so dinner is always the right amount at the right time.

No More Worry
Don’t worry if you can’t make it home for dinner. The Six Meal Feeder has you covered to make sure your pet doesn’t miss a meal.

How It Works

Customer Reviews

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Jennifer Montgomery
Lid locks - kept my rascal guinea pigs from getting food before it drops

Worked as expected. Wish it had a cold pack option so I could use it for other fresh veggies for guinea pigs

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Tery Wilson
A great cat feeder for your budget

A great cat feeder. Easy to setup, easy to use, and my cat doesn't complain. Always on schedule. Batteries last forever

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J.
Lid locks - kept my rascal guinea pigs from getting food before it drops

Worked as expected. Wish it had a cold pack option so I could use it for other fresh veggies for guinea pigs.

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jsre
Great product!

This does exactly what it says it does, it is a 6 meal feeder with easy set up. You will need 4 D cell batteries to be able to get it going. My cat used to vomit in the mornings after eating due to a build up of stomach acid overnight so my vet recommended an automatic feeder so we can feed her overnight and this has been fantastic. I split her daily portions and just let the feeder do the rest! Definitely worth the price!

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Brad Compton
Sleep-deprived no more!

My dog has serious heart problems, so she needs heart meds 5 times a day on a fairly strict schedule. For the past year, that's meant rushing home from work, cutting short bike rides, and bailing on parties. And it's meant setting the alarm for the middle of the night.
I've been using my 6-meal feeder for just over three weeks, and so far, it's almost perfect, and it's changed my life for the better. I mix the various meds in with her meals or a few kibbles, and down it goes. She's a lab, so it only took one kibble to train her to it. She hasn't tried to destroy it, nor has she figured out the "feed now" button (surprisingly). For the first couple of days, she camped out on it, but fortunately, that's over now. The other day, I got home from a bike ride at 5, and she was happily fed. Every night, I hear the midnight food drop, and fall back to sleep.
The device seems well-made, and although I haven't used it for a long time, so far so good. I have been carrying it upstairs every night (so she won't break her neck racing for food), so it gets jostled around plenty, with no ill effects. I did manage to break off the silly little control panel door while putting batteries in, but (since she hasn't figured out "feed now") I'm happy to be able to see the display. One quirk: there's a secret OFF button on the back under the control panel. One night, I accidentally pushed it carrying the thing upstairs, and thought it was stone-cold dead until I figured out what had happened.
She's 65 lbs, gets three meals a day, and the compartments are plenty big.
I'm a happy (and well-slept) camper.