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Custom metal dog bowl stand

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A couple months ago I made my boy, now 6 years old, a new dog bowl stand. In the process of making his, I've got an extra. So, I've thrown some bowls in and I'd like to sell it. This is made from 12ga Steel (almost 1/8" thick), welded together and then powder-coated black for a durable finish. The bowls are stainless steel. Rubber pads on the bottom. The stand is approx. 12" tall, 19" wide, and 11" deep. It weighs around 13lbs I think. I'm asking $100 dollars plus the price of shipping (around $20). Please PM me if you are interested!

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This looks really nice. Unfortunately for you, I don't use raised feeders!
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It looks lovely
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You should sell these on eBay. Very nice !


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I bought one from Nick and I have to say that this is the most beautiful, well built feeder! I am so impressed by the quality. Highly recommended by me and Gunner.

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Beautiful, but I don't use raised feeders.

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Thanks for all the kind words, everyone!
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Very impressive!
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Very nice! Is it possible to make it a bit higher, such as 17 inches? I will buy one in a flash if it can be made about 17 inches! How many quarts do the bowls hold?
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Very nice! Is it possible to make it a bit higher, such as 17 inches? I will buy one in a flash if it can be made about 17 inches! How many quarts do the bowls hold?
It is possible, sure, but that's not what I have available. :/ The bowls are 2qt.
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