Your pup go through toys like a starving Velociraptor? Here are a few ideas to make some toys out of items you already have around your home!
**As is the case with any toy, think of your pup’s safety first. Supervise your dog when they’re playing with all toys and regularly inspect them for damage. Be sure to get rid of any toys that are falling apart– you don’t want your four-legged love to swallow anything harmful! Main image from Tattle Tails. : )
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33. A t-shirt-wrapped water bottle. It’s the perfect toy for a pup that likes crinkley sounds.
30. A cereal box with treats inside taped shut. (Destruction intended.) Tape up some treats inside an empty box and watch your pup tear it to shreds. : )
29. A toss-able toy made from braided old t-shirts. Super easy way to recycle old t-shirts.
28. A knotted towel. Forget about using old towels for rags, make a pup toy!
18. A teeny bowtie toy. (And how to make a little bow!)
11. A denim knot.
9. A toy popsicle.
4. This trickier treat puzzle.
1. The jar of bacon glory.
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