The Best Dog Toys To Buy in 2021 - Pets Guided
Dog owners are most likely aware of dog toys being advertised all over pet stores. They come in various shapes, sizes, and designs depending on the type of toy you buy. Not surprisingly, dogs love them. But aside from being a plaything to keep your dog occupied when it’s bored, is it something that you ... Read more
10 Strongest Toys For Pitbull Puppies - DogVills
Does your pitty keep destroying all his toys within minutes? You need better toys! Check out these 10 strongest toys for pitbull puppies! No guarantees that they'll last forever, but at least they'll slow him down!
DIY Weave Poles with the Dog Agility Shop | Ammo the Dachshund
I’m at the point in my Dog Agility training that I’m going to start learning how to do weave poles. Learning to do weave poles is one of the most challenging things in Dog Agility, so mom says it’s important that we have our own set at home to practice in between classes. So when […]
DIY Square Knot Fleece Loop Dog Tug Toy - Dalmatian DIY
Step-by-step photos and DIY instructions for how to weave a square knot fleece loop dog tug toy, creating a round loop and tail for fun interactive play.
DIY Dog Toy - Your Dog Will Love this Easy to Make Tug Toy - YesMissy
This DIY dog toy combines tug and fetch into one fun toy your pup can retrieve and wrestle with. Upcycle an old t-shirt and tennis ball, DIY dog toys & more
Spin-out dog treat game | The Owner-Builder Network
Keep your furry friends busy and entertained with this spinning plastic bottles dog treat game. Do you need one for your pets?
Fun activity for dogs who like to "disembowel" their stuffed animal toys.
Does your dog like to do this: Leopold has always liked to "disembowel" his stuffed toys. I used to stop him before he could completely ruin them and then repair any damage done. The toy you seen in the photo was repaired probably ten times before I gave up and let Leopold do what he really wanted to do: tear every piece of stuffing out! What a mess. But at least he had fun. Since then I've come up with an activity for Leopold that works with the same general principle (tearing out…