Owning a first-aid kit for your pup is a great idea to keep in your home, or with you and your dog at all times when traveling, hiking, etc. in case anything happens. You can buy a dog first-aid kit, or make your own including these essentials.

Owning a first-aid kit for your pup is a great idea to keep in your home, or with you and your dog at all times when traveling, hiking, etc. in case anything happens. You can buy a dog first-aid kit, or make your own including these essentials.

If I had a dog, I would buy one of these. Dog tags - $9.99 - too cute!

The Original "Hello My Name Is" Silver Pet ID Tag -As Seen In Modern Dog Magazine

If I had a dog, I would buy one of these. Dog tags - $9.99 - too cute!

Take some time to browse our DIY projects below. Click on the image or title to go to the full details and instructions.

Do It Yourself (DIY) Ideas

Take some time to browse our DIY projects below. Click on the image or title to go to the full details and instructions.

What to Put on the Ground in a Dog Run | Pea Gravel or crushed granite

What to Put on the Ground in a Dog Run

Build Your Own Dog Wheelchair  Poor Jessie will need this soon

Build Your Own Dog Wheelchair Poor Jessie will need this soon

Some buy a dog to "practice" taking care of instead of a baby.. I'm thinking we should start with a plant.

47 fabulous Succulent Planting Ideas with DIY tutorials YOU must Look at

Some buy a dog to "practice" taking care of instead of a baby.. I'm thinking we should start with a plant.

What to Put on the Ground in a Dog Run | Pea Gravel or crushed granite | Note: when I personally think about pea gravel I actually mean larger smoothed gravel, not the pea gravel you can buy at hardware stores. That stuff is a bit too small for large dogs and easily gets stuck between pads and some of the stone shards can be quite sharp.

What to Put on the Ground in a Dog Run

What to Put on the Ground in a Dog Run | Pea Gravel or crushed granite | Note: when I personally think about pea gravel I actually mean larger smoothed gravel, not the pea gravel you can buy at hardware stores. That stuff is a bit too small for large dogs and easily gets stuck between pads and some of the stone shards can be quite sharp.

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