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One of the challenges of keeping a pet is the mess they often create. We love our dogs, but every pet owner knows that having a dog running around the house can mean endless clean-up duty!
Does your dog love tipping his/her bowl over, always making a mess with his food or water? Well, here’s one project that might just solve your problem…
A dog food station with storage! It secures both water and food bowl at a suitable height so that your dog does not spill his/her food and he/she can eat comfortably. The storage keeps the dog food supply from being out on display, too.
This featured dog food station can fit a 10 gallon tote box perfect for big dogs. And if you’ve got a small or medium-sized dog, then simply adjust the measurements. In other cases though, you might need to redesign your own dog food station because this design obviously won’t work for tiny dogs. 😉
Need some inspiration? Then see more examples by viewing our album below!
You’ll need these materials:
- 3/4″ Plywood
- 1×3 Pine Timber (trimming)
- 3/4″ Square Dowel Trim
- Wood Glue
- Wood Filler
- 1 1/4″ Brad Nails
- White Paint
- Wood Stain
- Narrow Utility Hinges
- Lid Support Hinges
- 10 gallon Tote Box
And these tools:
- Brad Nailer
- Mortise Chisel
Click on any image to start lightbox display. Use your Esc key to close the lightbox.
You can get step-by-step instructions from Addicted 2 DIY over here…
Is this going to be your next project for your fur babies? Don’t forget to share with us the finished product! 😉