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    Two dog bowl holders

    Sharing two dog bowl holders for our puppy to eat and drink in style.
    Made from some Alder scraps that were lying around.
    Finish is Osmo matte.
    Pretty simple, not much else to say.

    Turned out a little better than I expected, hope you like them.



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    Last edited by Edwin Santos; 07-06-2021 at 9:32 PM.

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    Looks good enough to serve ice cream to friends. Better watch out or you will be getting orders for other use.

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    Looks good Edwin. Thanks for the idea!
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    Best looking dog dishes...ever! Nice work.
    A wannabe woodworker!

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    I love them, but the only thing that counts is if the dogs like them.

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    Nice work. I made a two dish holder for our dog when he was a pup. I recently figured out an attachment that keeps him from pushing food out of the bowl with his nose.
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    I really like the roundover on the feet. That is a nice touch.

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    Nice! Clean and crisp lines and excellent photography. Thanks for sharing.
    Rustic? Well, no. That was not my intention!

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    Nice lifts for the dog bowls Edwin.
    I was glad to see you made them because it is very good to elevate dog and cat bowls. It helps them to swallow much better and is healthier for them.

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    Look nice, pretty joinery right there!

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    Nicely done and practical.
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    Though I'm not a dog owner, I love dog bowl holders as projects. They're guaranteed not to end up as show pieces and be used week by the owners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny means View Post
    Though I'm not a dog owner, I love dog bowl holders as projects. They're guaranteed not to end up as show pieces and be used week by the owners.
    I have followed your posts here for a while, and I've noticed you have found a balance between craftsmanship and practicality.

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