Rubbermaid dog food storage bin with high quality plastic base materials and integrated lockable lids.
$12.00 - Like New Rubbermaid Scoop n Store. Top opens with removable scoop. Handy! Holds 37 lbs of cat food, 34 lbs dog food or 52 lbs bird seed. Like new. A 26lb bag of dog food will just slide down into it, or cut/pour a 30lb bag right in. Retails at $29.00.
We were originally using a Rubbermaid trash container to store our dog food, but the lid didn't have an airtight seal. Vittles Vault is the perfect container for keeping your pet's dry dog food fresh. It's lightweight and more compact than the Rubbermaid trash can we were using in the past.
We buy larger bags (40-50 lbs). We just dump the food into the fault. We do also wash out the remaining crumbs at the bottom of the Vittles Vault before dumping the next bag of food in it.
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$12.00 - Like New Rubbermaid Scoop n Store. Top opens with removable scoop. Handy! Holds 37 lbs of cat food, 34 lbs dog food or 52 lbs bird seed. Like new. A 26lb bag of dog food will just slide down into it, or cut/pour a 30lb bag right in. Retails at $29.00.Hi earlygirl-- We store 30-50 lbs of dog food in a Rubbermaid "SlimFit" Step On trash can. It is about 24" high and only 7" wide. It's held up for 5 years now and only cost us about $15. It is easy to clean, keeps things fresh, and handy for feedings--even our smallest child can feed the dog--just steps on the pedal and reaches in for the scoop we put inside it. It happens to fit in a narrow space in our pantry. Not sure if it would work for you but it's an idea. Kindly, BConveniently store items like dog food, cat litter, bird seed, detergent or more with the Rubbermaid All Purpose Canister. The translucent base lets you see how much you have left while the snap on lid secures the content. The swing handle makes lifting and carrying easy.We have two chesapeakes with voracious appetites. We store the dog food int he basement where they eat in rubbermaid containers that I struggle to get the lid off. Anything less ends up opened and eaten.All of our dogs are big enough to need raised feed bowls (our smallest pooch is about 105 pounds), so we store their food in large rectangular Rubbermaid bins and then put their bowls on top of the bins to feed them. The bins are about 24" high, so they come up to my dogs' chests and makes it a comfortable height.