Create a doggie nook
Your dog deserves a tidy territory. Carve out a corner that gives your pooch something worth woofing about.
Make canine condo
Give Sid a special space with his very own doggie condo. This special den can be built into a lower kitchen cabinet. Use a recycled floor grate as a door that can be closed and latched to keep Sid out – or in.
Doggie bowls in grass
Dinnertime is like a romp in the park for Sweet Pea. Wheatgrass can be grown in trays from kits and is a nutritious snack for dogs and cats.
Stow the toys
A repurposed toy box stores chew toys at doggie level. Use a tray to protect the floor from wandering kibble or water. It also makes it easy to transport dishes for cleaning.
Keep it fresh
This airtight food bin holds chow at a convenient height for dispensing it at dinnertime.
Keep him clean
Mudrooms aren’t just for humans anymore. A deep farmhouse sink is just right for Wilson the Corgi or your smallish pooch. A restaurant-style sprayer works well, but a pullout faucet will do.