Dog bowl

Designed for a man’s best friend
Dog bowl with style

Gone are the days when your dog had to bend down to eat, because now you can treat him to the chair feeding bowl!

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Who let the dogs out? Your canine companion will need no invitation to eat at this stylish feeding station. With a bit of DIY skill, you can easily integrate the feeding bowl into the chair yourself. Create a truly delicious designer piece, and give your four-legged friend a treat: Gone are the days when your dog had to bend down to eat.

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    Easy tools
    When you want simplicity.
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    Versatility for more.
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    When you seek the best.

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Other accessories:

  • Pencil
  • Utility knife
  • Paintbrush

Required materials:

  • Chairs
  • Feeding bowls
  • Bone template
  • Adhesive foil

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Chairs (seat height corresponding to back height of dog)



Feeding bowls with protruding rim


Bone template you can print out yourself

see download for the project


Adhesive foil


Sawing the holes

1 - Sawing the holes
Sawing the holes

First measure the diameter of the feeding bowl underneath its rim, and then draw a circle of the same size in the centre of the seat of the chair. Then cut out the circle along the line. You will be able to saw a clean hole with the PST 10,8 LI cordless multisaw. Repeat the steps on the other chair.


Cutting out the decoration

2 - Cutting out the decoration
Cutting out the decoration

To ensure that a perfect dog’s bone decorates the back of the chair later on, print out the template and cut it out. Transfer the outline of the bone onto the adhesive film using a pencil and cut it out along the outline.


Attaching the decoration

3 - Attaching the decoration
Attaching the decoration

Now attach the adhesive film to the desired position on the back of the chair.


Customising the feeding bowl

4 - Customising the feeding bowl
Customising the feeding bowl

Then colour in the affixed bone shape with the paintbrush and the blackboard paint. Important: Leave the paint to dry well so that there are no frayed edges afterwards! Then peel off the film and write whatever you want on the black surface, for example “Eat” and “Drink”. Finally, place the dog bowl in the sawn hole, fill it with your dog’s favourite food – and feeding time will become even more enjoyable.

Legal note

Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.


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