Today’s roundup is right for dog owners – these are dog toys that can be easily DIYed and will give much fun to your doggie. There are several simple
The simplest DIY dog toy ever is a braid made of old t-shirts or just some fabric – so easy, so fast and cool! Your dog will enjoy tearing it and you may try to take the toy from it – such a game brings much fun!
DIY dog toy braid of old shirts (via
This super easy dog toy will cost less than a dollar and will be a nice idea for even the most tenacious chewers. This octopus-like toy is made of scrap fleece pieces and a tennis ball – nothing difficult in making it. Great for tugging or fetching!
DIY fleece fetch dog toy (via
If you have some rope at hand, it can be used for creating a cute and easy dog toy. The toy is made of rope and lots of knots – it reminds of an octopus and is amazing for playing outdoors, indoors and chewing, fetching and other actions.
DIY rope knot dog toy (via
Here’s another rope toy but this isn’t about making knots, it’s about making durable braids. Make a braid of cords in all the shapes and looks that you like and secure the ends with a lighter. If you want a precise instruction, head over to the tutorial.
DIY rope braid dog toy (via
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DIY felt cat dog toy (via
Get some rope to make a simple and cute toy for your dog! This time rope will be shaped as a ball: a rope know is a great idea for any dog, it’s a comfy ball to play with both indoors and outdoors. The knot is monkey fist, read the tutorial to make it right.
DIY rope ball dog toy (via
Dogs love playing with soft and squishy toys, and such a cute bone is right what they need to have fun. The bones are made of old sweaters, stuffed with soft filling and squeaks to make playing with them funnier. Read the tutorial and be ready for sewing – this is a sew project.
DIY sweater bone dog toys (via
I know that the holidays have passed already but who doesn’t like donuts? The dog donuts are made of socks – the top are holiday socks, and the inside is made of usual socks. Making them isn’t difficult, and your dogs will love chewing such fun donuts.
DIY pretty dog donut toys of socks (via
If your dog tends to eat parts of its toys, you should keep an eye on it or just make a totally edible toy. Make a fun toy of an apple with peanut or almond butter for the filling – not difficult and totally edible plus healthy! Read how to make this toy in the source.
DIY edible dog toy of an apple and peanut butter (via