DIY Upcycled Dog Toy & Organic Paw Care
Here are 2 DIYs for your lovable dog that they can use for their daily life.
We all know that our dogs love to explore many things and go to different places for adventure just like us humans. Our dogs often lick their paws. That’s why to make sure that their paws are clean and safe to lick. I am going to do a tutorial on how to make DIY tissue pop outs/wet towels.
These are the supplies that you need to use.
You can cut the old shirt into a square and make sure that the size of each pieces fits your dog’s paws.
If you want to put a label to it. You can use this stencil stickers for lettering.
Then write whatever you want.
And for the solution, you just need…
Then shake it well, so it will mix together.
After shaking it. You can now put the cut shirts inside to absorb the liquid.
There you go, it is now ready. You can just pull a piece everytime your dog’s paws needs a wipe.
You keep on buying your dogs a toy that costs you a lot, but then they’ll get tired on playing it and ask for a new one. Or they easily destroy your stuff toys? Well here’s a simple and easy DIY Dog toy you can make at home.
All you need to do is grab old shirts that you don’t use anymore, then cut it into the size that you want. Make sure to cut all your shirts with the same size and length. (Make 3 cuts)
Next fold the fabric, into strips.
Place all the three of them side by side then cut a small (1 inch) portion of the fabric and use it as a tie. (cut at least 2 pieces)
Tie the ends of the shirts to hold the fabrics together.
Then next, braid the fabrics, just like how you braid your hair (if you’re a girl)
Next secure the end of it again with a tie, using the fabric you cut earlier.
And cut the excess part.
And here’s the finished product.
You can now let your dog, play with his/her new cheap diy toy.
But, wait a minute, this diy toy is…
Bonus Tip: You can use a petroleum jelly to your dogs paws every winter so it won’t get too frozen and won’t hurt your adorable dogs.
Thanks for reading! I hope this blog helps you and your dog. Sending you lots of love. Thank you!
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