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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

The 5 easiest HOMEMADE DOG TOYS for aggressive chewers every dog parent should know about

Do you tend to spend a lot on buying dog toys? Does your pup go through toys like his life depends on it? If yes, then you need to learn how to make homemade dog toys for your beloved chewer.

My boy Delta Bunny cannot allow his new toys to even last a day in that velociraptor mouth of his. Within five minutes of getting a new toy, I will be provided with its carcass and a very innocent face telling me, “momma get something stronger..this one did not last...hehe

So if you have a pup like mine, then you need to master the art of making homemade dog toys. The techniques I will show you here are super simple, easy and can be made with items available around your home. Also, you don’t have to worry about dealing with the toy’s carcass as you can re-fix it in no time.


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Let’s begin...

Homemade toy 1: THE SOCK BOTTLE TOY


Items needed:
  • An old sock or stocking
  • A plastic bottle at least half the size of the sock


How to make:
  • Remove the cap of the bottle
  • Put the bottle in the sock and push it right till the end of the sock
  • Tie a simple knot at the end of the bottle
  • Your sock bottle toy is ready


Bonus tip: You can put a couple of treats in the bottle before putting it in the sock. The noises made by the treats hitting the bottle will keep your pup from getting bored for a long time

Homemade toy 2: FIND THE TREAT TOY

The homemade 'find the treat' toy

This is a personal favorite of mine.

Items needed:
  • Dog treats/ biscuits
  • Old denim or thick cloth strips
  • A pair of scissors


How to make:
  • Cut the denim or the thick cloth into 3 inch wide strips. You can keep the length as long as you wish.
  • Put the treat in the center and roll the cloth width wise.
  • Tie a knot securing the treat inside the knot.
  • You can make as many treat knots as you want.


Bonus tip: For this toy, use your pups favourite treats. More enticing the treat, more time he/she is likely to spend trying to get the treat out.


Homemade dog toy 3: THE KNITTED ROPE TOY

The knitted rope toy

Items needed:
  • Old denim or thick cloth strips
  • A pair of scissors


How to make
  • Cut the denim/cloth into 2 inches wide strips
  • Make simple knots in the denim/cloth keeping the knots one inch apart from each other.
  • You can make as many knots as you want.


Homemade dog toy 4: THE BRAIDED ROPE TOY

The braided rope toy

Items needed: 
  • Cloth strips
  • A pair of scissors


How to make:
  • Cut the strips as wide as you want.
  • Make sure you have 3 strips of equal width.
  • Make a knot at one end with the 3 strips 
  • Braid the strips like a simple 3 strand braid
  • Tie a knot at the end securing the braid.


Homemade dog toy 5: THE TOSSABLE BALL TUGGY

The tossable ball tuggy

Items needed
  • A tennis ball
  • An old T-shirt or cloth
  • A pair of scissors


How to make:
  • Cut the cloth so that you have a big square.
  • Put the ball in the middle
  • Wrap the cloth around the ball, covering the ball completely.
  • Cut the remaining cloth into strips
  • Use a couple of strips to make a knot and secure the ball in its place.
  • Use the remaining strips to make 3 strand braids.

Hope you have fun making these quick and super easy dog toys for your babies. Let me know in the comment section which one you tried and how much did your pup like it.

If you have any further questions or want me to write about a specific topic, put it in the comment section and I will be sure to address it in my upcoming blog posts.

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13 comments:

  1. Oh these are great tips! My pug will love them :)

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    1. Thanks...would love to know how it all works out for u :)

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  2. Hey, Great post! These are some really terrific ideas. Quite helpful.

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  3. These are great ideas! I've been searching for something for my pitbull. The last toy I bought for him that was "heavy duty" was destroyed in less than an hour.

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    1. I'm hoping these easy to make toys will solve your problem. Let me know if you need any further help :)

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  4. Great useful post!! Love these items!!

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  5. I could see doing something like the find the treat toy for my dog. I know he would love it because he likes a challenge and to dig for things.

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