Pallet Dog Bowl Stand with Storage | Pallet Furniture
Cut holes in the top of a small dresser to create your own DIY raised dog bowl stand in just a few minutes!
From breakfast at the crack of dawn to midnight snacks, your need to stand up to frequent use. Rugged steel and plastics provide a sturdy platform for your canine companion to enjoy his kibble or water and can be used inside or outdoors, so you can keep your dog's belly full while you're or in the field. Dog feeders with nonskid bottoms and integrated dog bowl stands help your furry friend's feast stay in place while he's chowing down.
There are many types of raised dog bowl stands or raised feeding tables, but our goal was to make a nice, simple and classy design that would fit most people. You can easily add to this design or change it up a bit to make it fit your home or personality without much work. Any direction you go, this is a fun project that will be part of your family for years.
medium elevated dog bowl feeder stand.
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DIY Raised dog bowls / pet feeder - dog bowl holder -pallet wood project - 10" high. Stained Minwax Special Walnut #raiseddogbowl #raisedfeeder #dogbowl #kregjig #MinwaxThe best part is seeing how your dog likes it. Some dogs may need a little time to warm up to the switch to a raised bowl stand. They will soon get used to it and appreciate their human even more! Stop dog food bowls from sliding around the floor with this easy DIY pet food bowl stand. This project was completed in partnership with Freshpet, the refrigerated and all natural pet food made with fresh ingredients. #FreshpetEffect ADWe've had a hard time finding raised bowls for our dog that aren't 1) ugly, 2) overpriced, or 3) impractical. The is functional and cleans up pretty easily, but it's not too attractive. We've considered the , but most are pricey and they don't hold up well against a sloppy eater. (We've seen them in friends' homes - they look great when clean, but are quickly covered in water spots when the dog starts slurping.) These seem like a good solution...A friend of mine wanted a stand for her dog's food and water bowls (she owns a particularly messy dog) so I decided to make her one out of reclaimed pallet wood. Its a relatively simple project to build and turned out quite well (for both owner and pet!).now our stand is built specifically for our cat bowls, which are actually small dog bowls. if you have different sized bowls or different sized pets, you can easily just remeasure for your bowls. (and duh, you could make a two bowl version if you have a lone pet)