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Designing for the dogs

Posted by cindyandmocha (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 1, 12 at 17:25

Remember the old threads about "designing for the dogs" and some of the cool things people had come up with? Well now I've seen it all, and I'm kinda jealous I didn't see this when I was remodeling my kitchen.. lol

I was browsing elevated dog feeders and just saw this feeder online at petsmart and love the idea. It's a pet food and water bowl unit that is plumbed!

http://www.petsmart.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12661671&clickid=prod_cs

Here is a link that might be useful: in wall pet eatery


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RE: Designing for the dogs

for the dog who has everything!! what a cool concept!


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RE: Designing for the dogs

where's the one that puts the food in there as well?


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RE: Designing for the dogs

Hah.. I think I need Rosie the Robot to run around the house and back yard yelling, "Boo no!" Maybe that's the trick, just stop "fueling" him with food.

I did finally opt for the "Simple Human" pet food bin. I just redecorated the den this winter and I'm sort of sick of seeing a giant yellow and purple food bag in the middle of the floor. Now if I could find a really attractive couple of food dishes for him and Ginger that didn't cost an arm and a leg.

He is sooooo tall that I was considering an elevated feeder. They both lay down to eat -- but I'm not sure if its for comfort or just laziness.


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