Cardboard elevated dog feeder

Quick, cheap, and easy elevated dog feeder with bowls for food and water.

I haven’t posted in awhile because I’ve been working so hard on a new elevated dog feeder for our St. Bernard, Sherman. If you follow my posts, you may wonder why we don’t use the quirky trunk Tyler and I made into an elevated dog feeder a few years ago. Well, water drips inside the trunk and when the lid is shut the moisture is trapped, causing mold. This is not a huge problem if you regularly clean it. Which I did and then set outside to dry in our back parking area and someone stole it.

Quick, cheap, and easy elevated dog feeder with bowls for food and water.

I actually have to give my dad credit for this idea. If you can’t quickly tell, it’s an upside down produce box from Costco that we cut big holes in to for the bowls.

This took us probably 60 seconds and cost nothing. It’s the ultimate DIY project.

Quick, cheap, and easy elevated dog feeder with bowls for food and water.

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