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04-17-2014 04:13 AM
Ellimaybel My husband is in the process of finishing his project... A food and water stand for Gunther. He did better than I thought he would as it's actually a box and I can fit the little dogs stuff right inside/under the box. He has to finish sanding it and then varnish it before we can put it to use and take pictures but I'll show them when they're done. My husband has never been a wood worker, it's a new hobby so I won't say it's the most beautiful thing ever but he's making it out of love so I guess it is.
03-13-2014 05:07 PM
DonnaKay
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Originally Posted by wolfy dog View Post
Thanks for a very helpful idea! DDog has a habit of pawing in his bowl, dropping toys in it, etc. Gonna give this a try with an X pen panel.
Please let me know how it turns out. I will be needing to secure it more firmly rather than the hooks because it's a little shaky but I wanted to be sure it worked first.

Good luck!
03-13-2014 04:12 PM
wolfy dog Thanks for a very helpful idea! DDog has a habit of pawing in his bowl, dropping toys in it, etc. Gonna give this a try with an X pen panel.
03-13-2014 01:17 PM
DonnaKay
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Originally Posted by SummerGSDLover View Post
This idea could work for elevated feeding too!!! Great idea!

*-*Summer*-*
Exactly! I can raise the bowls as she grows. She's 4 months now and her momma was VERY tall so I'm sure those bowls will need to go up, up, up!
03-13-2014 01:05 PM
SummerGSDLover This idea could work for elevated feeding too!!! Great idea!

*-*Summer*-*
03-13-2014 01:00 PM
DonnaKay
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Originally Posted by Gretchen View Post
very creative!

we just found this, the neater feeder, I needed something to protect my new cabinets (the food dishes were up against one side)

I saw that too but didn't try it. I figured Little Miss Einstein would still try to slide it around. Then I'd have water AND food to clean up!
03-13-2014 12:46 PM
Gretchen very creative!

we just found this, the neater feeder, I needed something to protect my new cabinets (the food dishes were up against one side)

03-13-2014 11:26 AM
shepherdmom
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Thanks! Kind of proud of it.

shepherdmom, I tried a towel but she still scooted the bowl everywhere and then brought me the towel. Too smart for my own good!
haha probably hard to tell from the picture but it isn't a towel. Its a dish drying mat. Its does't scoot. Its made to not slip on your counter.
03-13-2014 11:04 AM
DonnaKay Thanks! Kind of proud of it.

shepherdmom, I tried a towel but she still scooted the bowl everywhere and then brought me the towel. Too smart for my own good!

ZoeD, I thought so, too. Who knew a bowl of water could be so entertaining. Looking forward to spring so I can take her to the lake. She was born in November so hasn't ever seen the outside when it wasn't frozen. Will be fun!
03-13-2014 10:59 AM
ZoeD1217 That's a great idea! ! Zoe is also creative with her water dish. Silly me I thought water was for drinking... but apparently it's good for digging in, dribbling, flipping, carrying or even sitting/standing/sleeping in

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