Want to liven up your pup’s culinary experience? Start with their dish ware! Check out these great DIY projects to personalize your dog’s mealtime. You can use these projects to keep your kids busy this summer too!
Let’s ignore the fact that these were made for cats and use the idea for dog bowls instead! You can match the colors to your decor or just add bright pops to an otherwise mundane space.
2. Vintage Elevated Dog Feeder
If you lean more towards the rustic side of decor and style, this feeder may be more up your alley. If you have a crate lying around the house, this update barely takes a couple of hours.
Nothing is messier than having your pup chase his bowl around the house while he tries to eat. Try this project to avoid bowl-slipping. You’ll be happy and so will your pup.
Who knew you could make Pyrex look this cool? For a quick update on your pup’s bowls go with a monochrome style. If you have the time and want to get more intricate, try easy patterns like polka dots, contemporary geometric shapes, and chevron.
If you’ve always been one for science experiments and being highly resourceful with waste materials this tutorial is perfect for you! And your pup gains a faux fresh water feeder in the process as well.
6. Wooden Bowls
Looks classy, and it’s a whole lot of fun to create. All you need is a steady hand to make these chic dog bowls!
Instead of messing around with the dog bowls, you can update your pup’s feeding nook by adding a simple accessory like a wood pallet instead of a food mat. The best part? You can make it with just some duckboard and paint!
Remember when you were young and coloring with Sharpies was just SO. DOGGONE. FUN? Why not Sharpie your way to funky dog bowls?
Nothing is more satisfying as when you make something that looks like an expensive one-of-a-kind piece. It’s time to use all that reclaimed wood you’ve been stockpiling!
We all treat our dogs like royalty. It’s just a given with us pawrents. So why not make that official by creating these sophisticated feeders? (Candlelit dinners optional).
11. Chalkboard Bowls
These are fun for multiple reasons but the best one? You can use ’em as a creative space to write out what your dog thinks about feeding time and his favorite dog food. My pup’s bowl would say, “NOMZZZZZ for DAYZZZZ”.
Bring the garden inside with these plant pot bowls. This idea is not just cost-effective, it also prevents bowl-slipping and adds elevation so your pup doesn’t have to bend too far down to get at his food. Perfect for medium/bigger dogs!
Personalize your dog’s bowl with stencils. You can create the stencils yourself or buy them at a store like Michael’s. It’s a quick and easy alternative to infuse some character into your dog feeding station.
Have oilcloth just lying around? Instead of throwing them out, use them to make collapsible travel bowls.