HOLY COW!!... DOG TOYS ARE GETTING EXPENSIVE WHY NOT SAVE BIG BUCKS AND JUST MAKE YOUR OWN?
SAVE MONEY, MAKE YOUR POOCH HAPPY AND STOP LINING THE POCKETS OF PET STORE CHAINS
- Turn Trash Into Hours of Fun!
- Teach Your Kids The Value of Making Things At Home!
- Save Big $$ Making Your Own Dog Toys!
- Learn How To Keep It Safe!
- Have Fun On A Budget!
There is nothing like making something with your own two hands. There is a personal feeling of accomplishment, but more importantly, your canine friend will appreciate the effort.
If your dog is anything like mine, a store bought toy may get a bit of attention for a few moments, but then the toy is ignored for more personal items in the home including, but not limited to, shoes, socks, couches, or even tables depending on the dog's size.
Everyone knows dogs love to run and chew, and this is natural for any dog. Puppies tend to teeth, and just like children, they will put anything in their mouth.
As a pet owner, you get to offer some acceptable solutions to this natural process, hopefully deterring the teething pup away from the more unacceptable items.
Nonetheless, the pup will choose something homemade over something store bought because the smell from store bought items are nowhere near as appealing as items already in the home.
Making HomeMade dog toys is COST-EFFECTIVE, imaginative, and down right fun. Almost anything in the home has the potential to be a dog toy, and believe me, your dog is well aware of this fact.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE TOYS YOU'LL MAKE!
- Wooden Block Fun
- Whirly Dinger
- Tennis Ball Rope
- T-Shirt Magic Wand
- Sock Rope
- Sock Balls
- Plush chew toys
- Peanut Butter Bone
- Nifty Squeaky Toy
- Knotty Braided Ball
- Homemade Frisbee
- Glove Teaser
- Fetch Rattle
- Feed Ball
- Dumbbell Toss
- Double Ball Pull
- Braided Fabric Rope
- Blue Jean Rope
- Basketball Teaser
- Ball and Rope Toy
- Ball Snacks