11 Creative DIY dog bowl ideas for your pet

Having a pet is not exactly a walk in the park but it’s also very fun and rewarding. Treat your dog with respect and love and you’ll establish a wonderful relationship. Start by replacing the old food bowl with something a little more practical and good-looking for both you and your pet. There are plenty of ideas to use as inspiration.

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For example, you could make a feeding station for your dog. You’ll need a two cubby wood shelf, metal bowl with a lip, candle holder cups, a jigsaw, a drill and some paint. Make two holes at the top for the two bowls and use the inside for storage.{found on dreamalittlebigger}.

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Keep your pet’s food somewhere safe, preferably a container that also looks good. Making one is easy. You need a large tin can, some decorative paper, adhesive and spray paint. Put a nice label on it and now feeding your dog will be a pleasure.{found on momtastic}.

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This is a very similar project. It’s a dog food container made out of a popcorn tin can. It’s painted yellow and the lid has a very nice dog paw print design. Instead of a label, this one has “dog food” written on it with white spray paint.{found on tidymom}.

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Give your dog’s food and water bowls a makeover. These are wooden bowls and they have “eat” respectively “drink” written on them. Use letter stickers for the writing and a wood burner to trace the letters. It’s a project more for the owner than for the pet.{found on abeautifulmess}.

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Another very simple and very ingenious idea is to make a chalkboard bowl for your dog. Take a simple white ceramic bowl and put tape around the rim. Then spray paint the exterior with chalkboard paint, remove the tape and then you can write on the bowl whatever you want.{found on ammothedachshund}.

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This interesting and ingenious project is perfect for those that have large dogs that would more easily eat out of a bowl sitting on a chair. Find an old chair and make a whole in the seat. Insert the bowl there and there you have it.{found on thediyvillage}.

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This dog bowl holder is made of a wooden crate. It’s a practical project because you’ll have a stable structure to hold the food and water bowls and your dog won’t accidentally move them around. Also, the bowl won’t be sitting directly on the floor.{found on sewwoodsy}.

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This great dog feeder is very beautiful. It’s made of a wooden log that has been carved to just the right size to accommodate the two bowls. It’s also a nice decorative piece for the home and a nice way to camouflage the dog bowls.{found on uglymuffinlibrary}.

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If you want to hide the pet’s food and water bowls and also to save some space, you could put them in the bottom drawer of a cabinet. Make a nice frame to hold them perfectly still and you can use the rest of the drawers to store your pet’s toys.

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To make these good-looking dog bowls you’ll need two glass bowls, non-toxic glass paint, a foam painting brush, a thick elastic band, tape and newspaper. Wrap the elastic around the dish and put tape on the top half. Then paint the exposed area and let it dry.{found on prettyfluffy}.

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This beautiful dog bowl stand is a simple way to make feeding your dog look great. Made from reclaimed pallets, it’s an environmentally friendly project which can be completed in less than one hour. A very practical stand, this will stop your dog’s food bowl from accidentally moving around the kitchen and is made to accommodate any size bowl {found on all things dogs}.