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Raised dog bowls

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Build your furry friend an elevated food bowl stand from wood scraps with this 4 step tutorial! Easy DIY Modern Dog Bowl Stand Plans!

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Raised Dog Food Bowls: Large breed deep chested dogs are more susceptible to Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus Syndrome. One thing you can do to help "bloat" from occurring is to use a raised food bowl. Our dogs share a common water dish which is simply a bowl on …

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Your beloved pet will love it! With handmade wooden hanging food & water feeding stations you will minimize messes that require time consuming clean up and at the same time create healthy meal time routines for your dogs and cats and make sure all your home details are reasonable yet stylish. -Oak veneered MDF board floating pet food stands are super easy to install. You will find pre-drilled screw holes. Only a couple of minutes and your pet will enjoy comfortable eating. -Mounted wall…

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Your dog will be eating in chic comfort with the Pet Zone Designer Diner, designed to close the distance between your dog and their food and water, thereby reducing strain on their neck and joints. This elevated feeder accommodates small, medium, and large dogs by adjusting from 2.75 inches; to 8 inches; to 12 inches high. It grows with your dog from puppyhood to their adult years! When not in use, the legs can be easily removed and tucked under the feeding platform for easy storage and dog…

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Raised Dog Food Bowls: Large breed deep chested dogs are more susceptible to Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus Syndrome. One thing you can do to help "bloat" from occurring is to use a raised food bowl. Our dogs share a common water dish which is simply a bowl on …

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