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DIY Pedestal Dog Food Bowl

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

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How adorable is my baby?! Ahh I can't take it!  Calliope is now a big girl, she turned 1 this month.  Since she turned one it was time to transition her off of puppy food to big girl food.  I also wanted to make her a new super adorable food bowl for her new food.  So I'm going to share that DIY with you today!


I took off to Walmart to get the supplies I needed, along with the daunting task of picking a new food.  It's so overwhelming some times to purchase new food for pets.  You want to get food that is good for them and readily available at the same time.  I know I can spend forever standing in the pet food isle reading labels and trying to make a decision.


Right away I was drawn to the new CESAR® dry with meat-first recipes.  That is one requirement I have, the ingredients must have meat listed first.  After all, mealtime is just as important to my dog as it is to me.  CESAR® lets you feed your dog like family, but keep them healthy at the same time.  I was very happy with CESAR® Dry Filet Mignon with Spring Vegetables after reading over the packaging and ingredients list.


I like to make sure I have both wet & dry foods for Calliope.  So I also picked up a 24ct variety pack of CESAR® Pate.  She likes the variety and for bigger dogs you could use the CESAR® pate as a treat!  


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Supplies: Candle Stick Holders, Bowls, and strong glue

While I was at Walmart I picked up a couple candle stick holders and some new bowls.  Calliope is a little girl and she doesn't eat a whole lot at a time, so I purchased small bowls.  You can get whatever size fits your needs.  I had in my head that I would purchase spray paint and spray the candle stick holders a fun color.  However, I was in love with the look of the wood on the holders I purchased so I left them as is.


All you need to do is affix the bowls to the candle stick holder with the glue of your choice.  Let it dry for 24hrs, wash it, and present it to your pup.  It's better for dog's digestion to not look down while eating.  Pedestal or raised bowls are much easier on their tummies.

You can check out Callie enjoying her dinner in her new bowl at the end of this short video!



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3 comments:

  1. What a simple and easy way to make a standing height food bowl! #client

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  3. Early socialization and obedience training will ensure this dog will develop good manners. the dogtor online

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