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Simple DIY Dog Bowl Stand Plans

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Learn how to build a DIY raised dog bowl stand with a simple and modern design. These easy to follow DIY dog bowl stand plans show you how to build it in under $5!

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I have a simple and quick project for you today!

Or rather a project for your puppy!

I love introducing you to awesome makers and today I am partnering with Brittany to bring you these easy and simple DIY dog bowl stand plans.

Brittany is the voice behind By Brittany Goldwyn and she is an animal and plant-loving talented lady with amazing taste in modern decor!

We collaborated on designing this raised dog bowl stand and I absolutely love how it turned out!

You can get the plans for it by clicking below –

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How to build a dog bowl stand

BEFORE you build this dog bowl stand, I would suggest buying the dog bowls.

This stand is designed for these dog bowls. However, I have recently heard from readers that they sometimes are too big or small.

There are maybe small variations in the bowl sizes and I wouldn’t want you to waste lumber if you build the stand the bowls don’t fit.

Step 1 – Cut lumber and make pocket holes

Cut all the 2×2’s per the plans using a miter saw.

Make pocket holes with the Kreg Jig at the 1-1/2″ settings. See more about exactly how to use a Kreg Jig

RELATED: Check out my full tutorial on using a miter saw for beginners.

Also, don’t miss these tips to make sure your pocket holes are strong!

Step 2 – Build the top

Build the top grid using 2-1/2″ pocket hole screws and wood glue.

Be sure to rough fit the dog bowls before and after you build the top. If the dog bowls don’t fit, you can still take it apart and adjust.

Step 3 – Build the bottom leg frame

Build the leg frame with the remaining 2x2s. There is a specific sequence to follow here to make sure you are able to access all the pocket holes. Be sure to follow the plans

Step 4 – Finish

Stain or paint the stand per your choice. Be sure to keep it pet safe and also protect the wood from splashes.

I love the dipped paint effect that Brittany picked – simple and modern!

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Be sure to visit Brittany’s site to see all the details and lots more pictures of the project and how to build this raised pet feeder.

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Thank you to Brittany for collaborating on this project. Stop by Brittany’s blog for more simple and modern DIY projects.

If you decide to build it, I’d love to see it! Feel free to email photos to me at [email protected] or tag me on Instagram @anikasdiylife and Brittany @brittanymerth for a chance to be featured on social media!

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DIY Dog Bowl Stand Yield: 1 raised dog bowl stand Active Time: 2 hours Total Time: 2 hours Difficulty: Beginner Learn how to build a DIY raised dog bowl stand with a simple and modern design. These easy to follow DIY dog bowl stand plans show you how to build it in under $5! Print Materials Lumber per plans

Dog Bowls

Wood Glue

2-1/2″ pocket hole screws

Right Angle Clamp Tools Miter Saw

Power Drill

Kreg Jig Instructions Cut lumber and make pocket holes per the plans. Build the top grid using 2-1/2″ pocket hole screws and wood glue. Build the leg frame with the remaining 2x2s. There is a specific sequence to follow here to make sure you are able to access all the pocket holes. Be sure to follow the plans. Stain or paint the stand per your choice. Be sure to keep it pet safe and also protect the wood from splashes. Notes Be sure to rough fit the dog bowls BEFORE building and joining to ensure they fit.

Learn how to build a DIY raised dog bowl stand with a simple and modern design. The free raised dog bowl stand plans show you how to build it in under $5!

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