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Custom built Pet Station by Bell Kitchen and Bath Studios.
Example of a classic dark wood floor hallway design in Atlanta with beige walls — Houzz

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kfeighan1 wrote:
Dog bowls - What size dog bowls are those?
Kristina Hensley wrote:
Backsplash - Can you give info on the backsplash?
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Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Pets Survey: Who Rules the House — Dogs or Cats?
Are Dogs People, Too?Of course, not everyone feels happier with a pet. If you’ve ever owned a cat that sprayed your bed or furniture when he or she was upset about something, or if you’ve experienced the diminishing importance of your pet, no matter how slight, after having children, you probably fall into this category. Western Carolina University professor Herzog, too, is a bit of a skeptic when thinking about the link between pets and happiness, and thinks Americans in particular get out of hand with their pets. He says 70 percent of the global dog population is free-ranging, mostly living in groups around garbage dumps or attaching themselves to small villages or households, where they clean up scraps. This, Herzog says, is better for the dog, because it more closely mimics what a dog is supposed to do. “If you had to be a dog, you’d probably rather be near a garbage dump in Mexico City than a Manhattan penthouse,” he says. “Semiwild dogs have better lives than those that live in homes with their reproductive organs cut. I’d rather be a real dog than a pet.”He points to a 2011 study published in the journal Anthrozoos, which found that out of 60 randomly selected cultures, stark contrasts with how pets in the U.S. are treated can be seen in many of them. Many cultures keep dogs around for hunting, cleaning garbage and chasing away wild creatures, and sometimes to be killed and eaten. “They didn’t have a sense that dogs are our companions,” Herzog says.
Julie Sheer added this to Kibble Time! Clever Cubbies and Drawers for Your Pet Food Station
On a shelf in a cabinet unit. This pet feeding station incorporated into custom cabinetry built by Bell Kitchen and Bath Studios near Atlanta accommodates a kitty feeding counter up high and a doggie bowl area on a shelf below.

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Bj Wolff added this to Bits & Bobbles
figure out how to feed cats and dog in "sunroom"...need some type of prep/sink area
Aaron North added this to webuser_428956911's ideas
Built in dog dishes that you don't accidentally kick and spill water everywhere!! Genius!!

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