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Homemade pet toys that you can easily make

24 mayo, 2021

Today, on World Dog Day, give your best friend a special detail and make him one of these homemade toys. You will make it very happy!

Your pets also need a little help to release all their energy, that’s why we teach you these practical homemade toys that you can do.

The importance of toys for pets are mainly that they help to keep them a bit busy and release their energy in a fun way, so you reduce the chances of them making damage throughout your home to distract themselves.

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1. Rope with ball

You just have to buy a piece of string at the hardware store and a tennis ball, then tie the ball at one end, give it several turns to make it secure. If it is for cats, instead of the ball, use a bell.

2. Rag strings

Gather t-shirts or rags that you no longer use, cut long strips about 4cm wide, you must have 3 strips at least, tie all with a strong knot at one end and then braid until you reach the end and make another knot.

3. Rotating ball for cats

Use a piece of yarn, tie a small ball or ball of yarn and at the other end tie some feathers.

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4. Surprise mat

Get a plastic hole mat, lay it on the floor, and place some treats inside the holes for your pet to scoop out.

5. Bite bottle

Find an empty plastic bottle. Wrap with a rag or old shirt, tie the ends and you’re done.

6. Sock

Take an old sock, insert aWith a tennis ball or a bell, tie a knot at each end of the sock, so that the object is right in the middle.

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We know that you want to give him the best and for this we suggest you follow these tips.

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  • Avoid using objects with toxic paints or small parts to make toys.
  • When a toy starts to get damaged it is time to remove it.
  • Always use cloth or rags to avoid direct contact with hard materials that can be swallowed or hurt.
  • Let him examine the toys and try them at his own pace.
  • Do not give him orders, or pressure him to play, it is not training.

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