If you're a DIYer and a dog lover, then this dog feeder station is a perfect project for you. Take a break from your remodeling projects and build your four-legged shop assistant this attractive, easy-to-build doggy diner. Besides making feeding time tidy, it aids in digestion because the dog’s head remains in an elevated position. Although this design is made for a large dog, you can downsize it to a comfortable height for your pet.
Food is stored in a sealed plastic storage bin (typically used for file folders) that maintains freshness and keeps out would-be invaders (pets, tots or rodents). The lid is hinged for convenient access.
Designed for simplicity, the project consists of one open-end box and a drawer. It requires just one 4x8 sheet of lumber-core plywood (chosen for its light weight and ease of handling) and a couple of 8-ft. pieces of trim. The bone-shape cutouts are decorative and functional, serving as the drawer pull at one end and as handholds so the box is easy to pick up.
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