The Workshop community can help with your home improvement projects.
You must be a registered Workshop community member to comment. Please join Workshop or sign in to join in the discussion.
Looks fantastic @WoodenGregsWood. Many thanks for sharing.
You might be interested to see a similar project that one of our resident woodworkers @Wayne built - Dog bowl feeding station. There's also a different design built into a dog bed from the Bunnings D.I.Y. team here - D.I.Y. dog feeding station.
I'm looking forward to seeing more of your projects soon. You obviously have some fantastic skills and experience. I hope you will also be inspired by the projects shared by other Workshop community members.
Welcome to the community,
is there a plans to build this
Many thanks for joining in the discussion. I'm glad to see you have been inspired by this project and want to build your own. I'm sure @WoodenGregsWood will be able to share some tips with you. Otherwise there's full instructions for building an alternate design from the Bunnings D.I.Y. team here - D.I.Y. dog feeding station.
Welcome to Workshop and I look forward to reading more about your projects and plans.
Tired of having our 2 dogs tipping over their dog bowls, spilling their food everywhere and making a mess, I put together this raised twin dog bowl.
The dogs love it and it’s a nice piece of doggy furniture.
Made from pine, stained and sealed with a couple of coats of clear poly.
Workshop is a friendly place to learn, get ideas and find inspiration for your home improvement projects
We have an entrance door at the bottom of a sloping ground. Each time when it rains, water, mud and debris run down the slope and collects just outsid ...
Hi, I'm building a sleeper letter box, I don't have any power tools but I want to know how to actually get the letter box part in the sleeper, its kin ...