FACE Foundation – Artists for Animals
Auction Ends: Nov 30, 2011 11:59 PM PST

For Your Pet

Large Dog Feeding Station by Bob Hord

Item Number
$1 USD to Peter_von_Schnauzer
Number of Bids
6  -  Bid History

Item Description

"Out on the pound in brand new shoes." Definite conversation started by Bob hord. This guy is equipped with his chew string rope and kitty cat chew toy, snazzy tie, lapel chain, and of course, his new shoes. Amazing work and detail by San Diego artist Bob Hord.

Item Special Note

This stand is a unique one-of-a-kind piece of art! Because all stands and artwork have been sealed, they can easily be wiped down with a damp towel for easy cleaning.  It is recommended that all stands be used indoors as a precaution against the elements.

Each stand comes with two stainless steel water and food bowls (2 quart for large dog stands, 1 pint for small dog/cat stands).

Approximate dimensions (all dimensions are approximations): 

  • Large Dog Feeding Stations:  Height  11”, Width  24”, Depth  12” 
  • Small Dog or Cat Feeding stations:  Height 5”, Width 18”, Depth  9”

Purchased stands may be picked up from the FACE Foundation office or shipped to buyers (shipping costs will apply).

Artist Bio:



I started my career as a freelance illustrator in the mid-seventies after graduating from the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida and continued studies in sculpture and printmaking at the Kansas City Art Institute.

Having been raised in Miami, Florida, I liked being near a coast and eventually moved to the other side of the country, settling in southern California.

Early on I developed a paper sculpture style that I have used to create ads, book covers, magazine covers, greeting cards and posters. I also work in pen and ink, acrylics, metal, ceramics and computer graphics.

Over the past years I have developed more of an interested in fine art incorporating my paper pieces an d lately more of a mixed media style. My work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the southern United States.

Donated By:

Bob Hord