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Raised Feeder

Discussion in 'Products & Equipment' started by GenuwineKings, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. Any one know where I can get the adjustable raised feeder?
  2. Elliehanna

    Elliehanna GRCH Dog

    no saddly I could not find one when I wanted one, I found a feeder that is not adjustable at Menards for pretty cheap I think 20$ with 2 metal bowls with it, my boy is 25+ inches to the shoulder and it works fine for him
  3. jsorrow

    jsorrow Big Dog

    Could you mount a standard feeder to a platform the right hieght
  4. Thats what I have now but it looks ghetto.
  5. Elliehanna

    Elliehanna GRCH Dog

    behind Goren to the left of his doghouse is his feeder, that is what I got at Menards sorry its fuzzy I was focusing on Goren >.<
  6. 444

    444 Big Dog Premium Member

  7. APBTTopaz

    APBTTopaz Puppy

    Raised food bowl

    A friend of mine made raised food dishes but they were not either real flimsy, or too expensive.

    I just went to Walmart and bought two $3 storage bins of the right height. Then I bought two metal food dishes with wide lips, also at walmart, they were $4 a piece. Then I just cut the appropriate sized hole in the lid of the storage bin and placed the dish in the hole, viola, raised food dish. You can add a dish for water also if the container is bigger. Hope you like this it was his post from another site.

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    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 27, 2009
  8. Schwe

    Schwe Good Dog

    How clever!! I love it. :D
  9. APBTTopaz

    APBTTopaz Puppy

    Oh and you can also store the dry food in the container as well it works great.

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