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Your dog food can go bad if you spend a lot of time outdoors. As a precaution, it’s always good to keep it at cool temperatures. Of course, if you’re camping or outdoors in general, this can be difficult. That’s why the Petpac is a great choice for active dog owners who like to take their pets on their adventures. Your dog food will always be fresh– plus, the container comes in a ton of patterns! What could be better?


The perfect way to keep my lab, Lilly, entertained for an hour! Unlike a lot of kong stuffing recipes which use treats and fattening foods, the bulk of this kong is dog food taken from her dinner to keep her athletic figure. I use her dog food mixed with some non-fat greek yogurt and unsweetened applesauce and then top it off with pumpkin puree. Pop it in the freezer for several hours and you will have a wonderful food enrichment tool - and an hour of sanity during puppy hood. by mollie


HELLO THERE!  Today I am popping into show you what is one of my absolute favorite projects and it was so, so easy.  As you know, we have been working on our kitchen makeover, and I knew it wouldn't be complete without a project focused on our sweet dog, Titan.  So, I created a pretty dog food storage bin for him.  The best part is that I did it for $0!


Before I tell you how I made my dog food storage bin, I have to take you back several years.  It was Christmas time and my firm was receiving lots of client gifts, which included a lot of food deliveries.  One client sent some yummy popcorn, that came in a large, round, gold tin.  When it was empty, someone was about to throw out the tin, but I saved it in the nick of time.  In that moment, I had no idea what I would do with it.  After getting home, however, I realized it would be a nice way to store Titan's food.  It stayed the original gold color until this past weekend.  Now, it is orange and fabulous.   Read on to learn how to make your own.  This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience.  Click here to read my full disclosure policy.


I’ve been on road trips where I had to put my dog’s food into plastic baggies. Not only is this not the most stylish accessory, but the bags are also impossible for pups to eat out of. This portable bowl by Cport Products solves that problem. Whenever your dog is hungry, simply unzip the container and place it on the ground. Voila! Instant bowl.


Etsy has some seriously gorgeous pieces of furniture– and they happen to store dog food. Unless you’re a carpenter, this kind of storage will be harder to make on your own. However, the piece will fit seamlessly into your house. Guests will be none the wiser that Fido’s food is inside!


We all want to have a house that looks like it came straight off of a Pinterest board. But when you have a dog, it can be hard to make your house look completely Conde Nast chic. However, every pup owner can take small steps to add a little glam to their animal-filled life. One great change to make is the way that you store your dog treats.


Harry Barker is the Chanel of dog food storage. While the company’s containers might be a little more pricey, there’s no denying how nice they look. They actually add to the style of a room, rather than detract from it. The pattern below is called toile. Well, well, fancy aren’t we?


Love it. With two big dogs, we always have ugly bags of dog food everywhere and them eating out of plastic containers. Time to change that. Besos, Sarah Journeys of The Zoo


This item is currently sold out on Etsy, but it would be easy to make yourself. Simply find a shelving unit, decorate it however you desire, and place your dog food inside. If you don’t want to make indents for the bowls but still want to keep them hidden, simply place them inside the container! DIY isn’t as hard as you’d think, after all.


I love the clear containers with the little dogs on top, so cute! I use a lot of baskets for kitchen stuff which is good for treat bags, bones & such. For kibble I use a plastic container with screw on lid. I really need a bigger one but I don’t have the floor space. Love & biscuits, Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them Cathy Armato recently posted..DIY Frozen Yogurt Peanut Butter Dog Treats


I’m not entirely sure what this little creature is, but it’s definitely adorable. If you’ve got a quirky side, then this method of storage is perfect for you. In fact, PetEgo has tons of other tins like the one below. Check out their website for more options.


Simply find a mason jar, paint the lid your color of choice, and glue a cute figurine on top to show whose food is whose! In fact, I’m not artistic myself, but I think that I could handle this. With very little effort, you have a great end product.


After the holidays, I often find that I’m left with a lot of big, metal tins. You know, the kind that store popcorn and cookies? They take up a lot of space, but I feel bad throwing them away. The perfect solution is to repurpose them into containers for your pup’s food.


Everyone likes personalization– even your pup. These bags are especially useful if you have multiple pets who all require different types of food. All you need is a drawstring bag, some stencils, and a felt marker or spray paint. For those of you without the time for arts and crafts, Etsy has your back:


The family from the blog, Golden Boys and Me, puts their golden retriever’s food and bowls inside of a laundry hamper they got at Ikea. This idea is so simple, but much more attractive than a plastic trash can. Look at how great it looks in their kitchen!