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Pet feeding stand or elevated dog feeder bowl holder, perfect as cat feeder too. Painted aqua blue with great style and ambiance for your beach cottage or french country home and handmade by us at the farm for the princess or king at your place and features 2 stainless 1qt bowls.

At the farm I'm surrounded by cornfields and soybean fields so it was wonderful to dream of the beach and ocean settings when I painted this aqua blue.

Construction is important in our designs we pay great attention to details, Pete designed this feeder with internal screws and nails so they will last a long time.

Made when purchased at this time.

We love custom requests:

Take a moment to peek at other designs we make using heavy iron.

Dimensions: 15" long x 8" wide x 6" high

Thanks for visiting the farm, come again.

Pete n Tanya

All our products are one-of-kind and handmade by us in our small workshop on the farm, the old feed shed.

Frequently asked questions about baconsquarefarm

We do our best to meet the estimated shipping times but unexpected events occur and our well planned schedule changes, But rest assured we ship all orders unless you cancel, so don't panic.

It's only Pete and myself hand making, painting, bubble wrapping and boxing your order from us at Bacon Square Farm on etsy.

Feeding Stand, Elevated Dog Feeder, Bowl Holder, Pet Furniture, Aqua Blue Beach Cottage French Country


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: pine wood, paint, screws, nails, two 1qt stainless steel bowls, varnish
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 1677 reviews
  • Favorited by: 987 people