- Right Portions at the Right Time: This automatic dog feeder serves up to 6 meals daily with 1-50 portions (15ml each). It has a large food tank with a 6L capacity.
- Easy-to-Read LCD Panel: Program the feeding on the LCD panel with detailed instructions. The clear LED indicator lets you know every status of the feeder and the built-in infrared sensor can easily tell you the situation of insufficient food or stuck.
- Secure Twist-Lock Storage: The feeder stores the right amount of food (dry kibbles sized 0.07-0.6in / 2-15mm in diameter) for your pet with a twist-lock lid to keep dry food crunchy, flavorful, and secure from any poaches.
- Your Pet Always Gets Food: This feeder is powered by a 5V DC adapter and 3 alkaline D-cell batteries (NOT included) installed as a backup power supply. This clog-free auto cat food dispenser has a timer that keeps your pet fed consistently.
- Personalized Recordings: This feeder allows you to record a 10-second message calling your pet to the bowl before mealtime.
Just bought the PETLIBRO for my two cats and it has been wonderful. The feeder is accurate in dropping portion sizes down and I have yet to have any issues with it.Here's a quick simplified list of Pros and Cons:PROS:* easy to use* Sturdy (haven't had an issue with my cat knocking it down)* excellent pricingCONS:* The Chute - although cat hasnt knocked it down. she figured out how to jam her paw through the chute for mini snacks.* small feeding dish - only one cat able to eat.I think for fur-parents with multiple furbabies, a bigger dish or "food splitter" would be nice attachment PETLIBRO could add or include into the package.Overall, the product is great, I had to make-shift a bigger food dish for my two cats to share. The customer service is great so far. Definitely recommend 5/5.
Well built. Physical set up was easy. Looks are good. I don’t like the bright blue light which is too big. It’s on all the time and I like my hone dark at night and the light is a little bright. The hopper holds enough food for at least 1 month.Programming required a few reads of the instructions and a couple of tries. Once I figured it out, it’s straight forward.The portion size can be adjusted up or down by 1 Tablespoon increments and spaced out over up to six times. I feed once when my alarm goes off, once right before I come home from work, and once right before Bed time. The cat no longer harasses me for food and overall has a better demeanor now that she has a predictable consistent food supply. It’s been great! I live it and wish I’d purchased this a year ago!!!I had an auto feeder 10 years ago and this one is light years better in every way possible.
My cat is overweight and needs to lose weight. Since I don't have time to measure out her food myself in small meals during the day, this feeder is doing a great job doing it for me. It is relatively easy to program with the included instructions but confusing to try to figure out without the instructions (tried that first haha).The light on the front indicating charge is annoying but then again her food is in my bedroom so I had to put paper over it to dim it. Shouldn't be an issue for most people though.Not very loud. Can program any time of day up to six meals a day and you can choose what amount to feed at each meal.Has 3 D batteries to power it in the event of a power outage.Comes with USB box and cord to keep it plugged in.I wish it had the option to only play the recording at certain feedings not all.
It took me a minute to figure out how to program it and that the clock was on military time (which makes sense), but once I did, it was actually super easy to program. For those who have trouble, there's a youtube video of a guy reviewing this exact feeder and he can walk you through it a little bit. So far, I like everything about the feeder. I like that you can choose the portion size. I like that you can choose up to 6 feedings a day. I like that it holds 6 liters of food. I like that it locks. I like that if my cats don't eat the food before the next time it's set to dispense a meal, it has a sensor that will keep it from pouring more in and causing it to overflow. It's quiet and my shy cats are not scared of it at all. In fact, they're quite interested in watching the food drop down. I've only owned it for a few days, but so far, so good!
My Petnet feeder finally bit the bullet a few days ago months after the company went out of business. I settled on this feeder because it isn't wifi-dependent, has an ac adaptor with battery backup, can schedule 6 meals, was reasonably priced and the reviews seemed legit. It seems sturdy and well-built. So well-built that I cannot figure out to detach the hopper to clean it. I watched two YouTube video reviews of the product and that helped me to get it setup quickly. The instructions weren't that clear to me but the YouTube unboxing video helped me get my meals scheduled. You will definitely need to measure 1 portion manually due to your size of kibble. I'm glad that I tested that because I had it scheduled for 6 portions for one meal and that was enough food for the entire day. The biggest surprise is that the food chute is too small for my cat's paws to reach up into, thus preventing him from stealing food. He has already tried and failed. That alone is worth the price of the feeder. I will update if my anything changes.