Cambria Pet Bowl & Stand | Pottery Barn

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!).

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 ...

While traditionally placed at ground level, there are several benefits for dogs when their food and water bowls are raised. Placing a dog bowl at the proper height for a dog allows him to maintain proper standing posture. When the head is kept above the stomach, food travels more efficiently down the digestive tract. Additionally, when bowls are at the proper height for dogs, there is less strain on their leg joints and neck.

Pet Bowls & Feeders You'll Love | Wayfair

Just because you have a pet doesn't mean their supplies can't be stylish too! Create a DIY mid century stand for your dogs bowl. Made with care in my home workshop, this raised dog feeder is perfect for homes with multiple dogs. This style features a shelving unit beneath the feeding surface and paw prints carefully cut into both sides. Customize the height to meet the needs of your dogs and the finish to match the decor of your home using the pull-down menus. Size: Stand: 35 long X 11.25 wide Customize using Pull-Down menus: 1. Bowl Size and Feeder Height 2. Wood Stain / Finish 3-Quart Bowls (3 included): 9.5”…

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2nd dog required upgraded bowl stand. Went for a darker stain (minwax Honey) and finished the legs with a medium distress and SC Johnson Paste Wax for the rustic look. Let's see how the dogs like it.

Material: Metal; Pieces Included: 1 Bowl; 1 Stand; Anti-Skid: Yes.


$22.00-$22.00 This set of two pet bowls in a sturdy, black metal stand elevates your pet's food and water bowls for more comfortable feeding, and keeps them from wandering when your pet is really digging in. Raising pet bowls off the floor also makes for easier cleaning under and around the feeding area. Designed for small dogs, it stands 4 inches high and holds two 6-inch (24-ounce) bowls. Bowls ...Determine the correct height for a dog food bowl by measuring your standing dog from the floor beneath the front paws up to the top of the shoulders and then subtract approximately 6 inches. Dogs should be able to eat without lowering their necks or stretching them upwards. The top of a dog food bowl at the correct height should sit level with the dog’s lower chest.2nd dog required upgraded bowl stand. Went for a darker stain (minwax Honey) and finished the legs with a medium distress and SC Johnson Paste Wax for the rustic look. Let's see how the dogs like it.Helps to keep everything neat. Because elevated dog bowls are fixated on a stand, they are not sliding across the floor when the dog eats, splattering food all over the place. It stays in one location and so does the food, which is a blessing for owners weary of after their messy dogs.