Looking for dog food storage ideas that are stylish yet functional? Sure, you can go with a plain white garbage can or plastic bin and call it a day. That’s what I do! I also hide mine underneath a giant wooden butcher block table covered with a decorative tablecloth. Not everyone happens to have one of those sitting in the middle of their kitchen. If you can’t hide your dog food in a cabinet, hide it in one of these stylish yet functional dog food storage solutions!
Stylish Dog Food Storage Solutions
Gamma2 Vittles Vault: The Gamma2 Vittles Vault dog food storage container comes in three sizes. The largest holds up to 35 pounds of dog food. The airtight seal keeps food fresh and contains odors inside, making it ideal for particularly stinky dog food. It features lock-down double gaskets, easy spin on/off lid and molded handles for easy grip.
If you want to really hide your dog food, a pet food storage cabinet is the way to go. They’re designed to look like furniture. Some even come with pull-out bowls, although in my experience, those really aren’t practical for larger dogs. My pups tend to be too messy to eat so close to furniture! Use the top for extra counter space or for keeping your favorite treats.
Isn’t this Harry Barker Dog Food Storage container just about the prettiest you’ve ever seen? The canisters are made of sturdy, recycled steel and are FDA approved. The best part? The 11-gallon canister holds up to 40 pounds of food!
The Pawvac Vacuum Sealed Dog Food Storage container is just right for smaller dogs, since it only holds up to about 5 pounds of dog food (depending on the size of the kibble). At under 15-inches high, though, it’s the perfect size for keeping on the counter. It features a unique and easy push button vacuum system that keeps pet food safe from moisture and dust.
Bergan Stackable Storage: They may not be as cute as the other dog food storage ideas, but the Bergan Stackable bins are definitely more stylish than your average garbage bin! They may also be more practical for those in small spaces. I think these are an ideal solution for those with multiple pets, or those with dogs on different diets. You can even add a lock to keep out particularly industrious pets!
Of course, when it comes to dog food storage, you don’t have to limit yourself to bins designed specifically for dog food. Feel free to look at other stylish storage solutions. Just make sure it’s airtight. You also want something that is easy enough for you to open but not so easy for your snooping Snoopy.
What is your favorite dog food storage idea? Tell us in the comments!