Have you ever thought of creating homemade toys for your dog? Today we bring you some DIY dog toy ideas, are you ready?
Your dog surely loves to play. Did you know that you don't need to always buy their toys? You can work out some options yourself to encourage their curiosity and entertainment.
DIY dog toy
Of course, when making a DIY dog toy, you must consider safety. Let's look at some easy and fun ideas.
Is your washing machine like mine and makes socks disappear? Take one that doesn't have a partner and put a tennis ball in it. Place it in the middle of the sock and tie a knot on each side of the ball. You already have a DIY dog toy!
Of course, you can leave it that way or cut the sock in pieces so that the toy looks like some kind of octopus.
Take a plastic bottle and wrap it in an old shirt that you no longer use (or any other piece of cloth). Tie the two ends together and your dog will have a very special chew toy.
Double ball toy
In this case, you will need two tennis balls and an adult sock.
Put a ball inside and tie a knot. Leave a free sock space and tie another knot, insert the other ball and close with a firm knot. Clever!
DIY dog toy with an old t-shirt
If you have leftover fabric, use it to make a nice and easy toy for your dog. You can braid it, tie it in knots, or combine knots and braids. You will have a toy to throw that your furry friend will like.
Keep in mind that the wider the finished toy, the stronger it will be. If you have a large breed dog, you must pay attention to making wide braids or, better yet, braiding several smaller braids.
If you have some rope at home, don't hesitate and put your sailor knots to the test. Unleash your imagination and start knotting here and there for a unique toy to chew on, toss and fetch.
Yes, as you read, in summer and if you have a patio or a balcony, you can give your puppy ice to play with. He will entertain himself until the ice melts!
What do you think of these ideas to make your own DIY dog toy? Combine materials, knots, and braids, use one, two, or more balls to create unique, original, and, above all, very fun toys.
The best? You'll make your four-legged friend happy as you recycle items that would otherwise end up in the trash. Good for your pocket, for your dog, and the environment. Can you ask for something else?