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Scrap Wood Dog Treats Fire Hydrant Container

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Hey there puppy parents! I have a treat for you today, well actually, a treat for your pooch. Today I'm sharing how to plans for this adorable DIY Dog Treats Container shaped like a fire hydrant!
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I made my fire hydrant container entirely with scrap wood I had in my shop, so this project was FREE!
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The container holds about a pound of these mini dog treats or as we call them "potty bones". I think one of these DIY fire hydrant containers and some homemade dog treats would make a great gift, don't you?!
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First I cut the sides, front, back and bottom. Then I assembled the container using glue and nails.
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Then I cut the nozzles and nozzle bases. First the bases were attached with glue and nails, the nozzles were attached.
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The last assembly step was to build the top using glue and wood screws.
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All that's left was to fill the nail holes, sand, apply a couple coats of gloss red paint and fill with yummy treats! Please check out my site for complete measurements and even more build pics - thank you!

Material I used for this project:

  • Scrap wood   (my shop)

To see more: http://sawsonskates.com/2016/04/19/diy-dog-treats-fire-hydrant-container/

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