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Cheap Homemade Dog Toys and Games

Have fun with some great green dog boredom busters you can enjoy indoors! From Earth Heart Inc

Cheap Homemade Dog Toys and Games

Empty cardboard boxes are great fun for dogs. Chuck their favourite toy in or throw in some treats.

44 Really Cool Homemade DIY Dog Toys Your Dog Will Love - SpartaDog Blog

Frozen sock- Everyone suffers from boredom from time to time. It's only natural for dogs to feel it too. Also teething pups or to cool down in hot weather

Make your dog a puzzle toy he can work on over and over again. This DIY dog toy only takes two materials, and it's easy to make!

Make your dog a puzzle toy he can work on over and over again. This DIY dog toy only takes two materials, and it's easy to make! -- Just make sure you use a fabric that is not a potential choking danger for them to chew up,

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Frozen dog treats - use yogurt as well NEED to remember this for the hot summer time!

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!

A cereal box with treats inside taped shut.) Tape up some treats inside an empty box and watch your pup tear it to shreds.

Instead of buying special Kong stuffing, stuff a Kong with cheese cubes and place in the microwave for five seconds.

Instead of buying special Kong stuffing, stuff a Kong with cheese cubes and place in the microwave for five seconds. 38 Unexpectedly Brilliant Tips For Dog Owners

Teach your dog to file his or her own nails by attaching sandpaper to a piece of wood.

Teach your dog to file his or her own nails by attaching sandpaper to a piece of wood. Apparently, dogs can be trained to use a scratching post just like cats! Get the directions for how to build a giant dog nail file by clicking on photo.

If your dog isn’t feeling well, add some low-sodium chicken broth to the drinking water.

If your dog isn’t feeling well, add some low-sodium chicken broth to the drinking water. If your dog isn’t feeling well, add some low-sodium chicken broth to the drinking water.

For a dog who loves to tear apart stuffed animals, make a durable activity ball with a Hol-ee rubber ball, scraps of fabric, and treats.

38 Brilliant Hacks For Dog Owners, June 2013 This one: For a dog who loves to tear apart stuffed animals, make a durable activity ball with a Hol-ee rubber ball, scraps of fabric, and treats.