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How to Make Dog Toys

How to Make Dog Toys



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How To Make Dog Toys:
You can easily learn how to make dog toys out of sticks and rags! They'll cost younothing except a little time to gather materials and put them together.
Comet enjoys these because they move in unpredictable ways. They can be good temporary chomp toys but do not leave your dog alone with them. Watch carefully tomake sure your dog doesn't swallow the material.
15 to 30 minutes per toy
Colored tape
A large old T-shirt or equivalent
Sticks, 1 /2 to 1 inch (15 to 25mm) in diameter, about a foot long
Note: Green sticks that bend rather than break, are preferable, and crooked sticks rather than totally straight add a little extra fun. If the ends are really pointed, saw them off toblunt them.
Comet's got a tight grip on his Crossie!
INSTRUCTIONSTake two sticks and for each stick do the following:
Cut/tear strips about 2 inches (5 cm) wide and as long as possible from the T-shirt(
[If you tear horizontally you'll get the longest pieces
Take a strip of rag and lay the stick on it
Wrap lengthwise a couple of times, covering the ends of the stick
Tightly wind the rest of your strip around the stick and wrapping
When that strip ends, start with another, overlapping the ends
Keep on with another strip or two, remembering to wrap tightly
Tuck the last end under previous wraps, using a knife to help
For a decorative touch, apply plastic tape around the ends
When you have both sticks firmly wrapped, lay them crosswise and use anotherstrip of rag to bind them firmly together in the middle
We hope this one showed you it's not difficult to learn how to make homemade dog toys. Are you ready for the next one? 
 The following Triangle toy is similar, only you'll need three sticks. Comet really enjoyschewing on this one because he can hold onto it so well with his paws.
Take three sticks and wrap each of them per the Crossie above
Lay the sticks in a triangle, leaving about 2 inches (5 cm) sticking out at the ends
Wrap each corner firmly, going around and between each stick
To finish off, tie a knot and tuck the ends under a wrap
When you have all three angles done, add tape as desired
Play fetch by throwing or rolling along the ground or give to your puppy to chewon (
under supervision only
Thanks for being willing to learn how to make dog toys! (The first time I typed that it came out as "hog" toys - maybe they'll work for a pet pig too! Jo)
 Click onhow to make dog toys that are homemadeif you'd like to make some other toysout of 
Homemade Dog Toy:The Whipwhir
Here's a homemade dog toy that's not only
but great
dog exercise
and loads of 
! It's amazingly
to make too.Since the
can be used both outdoors andinside, provided you have a big enough open space, it can reallyhelp on rainy days when your dog is bored and full of energy.Comet loves this device because
it whips and it whirs
and he hasto run and jump to catch it. When he does, it's shake, shake ortug-or-war with the human. Letting go is hard for him but meansmore rounds of fun...
Comet's trying to figure out his next move!
10 minutes to an hour
4 to 6 feet (1.5 to 2.3 m) of 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch (6 to 19 mm) cord
Old broomstick or equivalent, preferably with a hole in one end
(See if your broom unscrews from its brush)
Drill with 3/8 or 1/2 inch bit (option 1)
Duct tape (option 2)
On one end, make a loop big enough to put your hand through
Form a smaller loop at the other end (three fingers wide)
Drill a hole near the end of your stick if it does not have one**
Push the larger loop through the hole in your stick
Put your cord through the loop and pull it tight
You should now have a crude fishing pole
**If you cannot drill a hole, use duct tape to fasten cord to stickCongratulations - you've made a Whipwhir! And you've just learned how to make ahomemade dog toy as easy as can be.But wait, you're not quite finished yet, because a Whipwhir works best with variousattachments and there are
important instructions
for its
so your dog
does not  get injured 
. Click on
for these instructions. Happy playing!
Whipwhir Attachments and Safe Use

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