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  1. First Dog Bowl Feed Stand

    So I have been meaning to add finished pictures of this project for a while. Basically the same design as my other Oak Dog Feed Stand. This one is a tad bigger with a 24" by 15" top made from Birch Ply and Pine Edges profiled using a classical bit. (More on the joys of learning how to use a...
  2. Dog Bowl - Feeding Station

    So not only is this my first woodworking project, but also my first posting on LJs! This is a feeding station for my sister and her husband's black lab. They were using some old mixing bowls for his food/water bowls and were looking for something to neatly store some dog food and remove the...
  3. Dog bowl elevator platform

    My dog needs a little help getting to her food, so I built this platform out of scraps. It is 12 inches tall.
  4. Nokashima style dog bowl table?

    A friend of mine at work has a chocolate lab, Jack, he comes to our office everyday and has become a sort of mascot for our company. Last Feburary Jack was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder called Myasthenia Gravis which caused tremors, difficult breathing, excessive salivation, fatigue...
  5. Quick elevated puppy feed center

    My daughter has a 3 month old German Shepard puppy that has grown so much he needed his bowls up off the floor. So Dad called to the rescue, some leftover pine and some reasonable 3/4 inch ply. Used water based poly on the unit as I could get several coats quickly applied. Daughter likes it...
  6. Cherry Dog Feeder

    I built this as a Christmas Gift for my cousins, they have two dogs and the one they had wasn't big enough. This was a great project, I was able to get some rough sawn 1×10 cherry from my uncles mill, the legs are scrap cabinet grade Maple I had around the shop. The bowls I picked up at a local...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    As many know, turning a dust collector(s) off and on can be a nuisance. The fact it's across the room is bad enough. Then there is that, no mater how you position it, either the ports are in the wrong position, or you have to reach over or around hoses or the collector to get to the switch. Even...
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