If a full-on pet station isn’t quite the right fit for your home, try a smaller feeding station instead. You can keep treats, chewies, and/or toys in the baskets for one-stop convenience. Put everything together in a tote or basket that you can easily take down whenever needed.
If you love the rustic look, flip a wooden crate over and cut bowl-sized holes into it. Once cut, set the bowls inside and invite your pup over it give it a try. Wasn’t that easy? Now you just have to find someplace to put it.
DIY Pet Food Bowl Stand: For Dogs
Raised Industrial Feeder
Here’s another raised feeder project with an industrial feel. It won’t take much more than some plywood and pipes. I like the natural wood look but I think some paint would also finish the project off nicely. Get the DIY instructions from Hometalk.com.