This is so simple, yet so clever! Saffron LOVES interactive, food dispensing toys. I think she’d prefer that all her food required some work to get to it, given how excited she gets when she sees me filling her Tricky Treat Ball or hiding a chew treat in a box.
This DIY interactive toy just requires a muffin tin and 6 smallish balls.
Hurray for gate springs! They are an inexpensive (~$11) way to make sure your gate closes and latches anytime someone opens it. This a a great way to keep your dog safe without having to rely on people actually remembering to make sure the gate is closed.
Gate springs can be found at most hardware stores and are really easy to install. Use some care in adjusting the tension on the screw.
I love Valentines—so pretty! Here are a bunch of DIY Valentine’s Day projects for you to make for the pups you love. Just add a squeaker or mylar, if your dog likes crinkly toys. All of these patterns are free. Be nice and don’t use patterns to make things to sell if the author asks you not to. These people have been really generous in providing all these patterns, so consider supporting them if they have etsy shops, stores, books, or patterns for sale.
sewn heart-shaped dog bed—enlarge a heart template to the right size for a bed for your dog, sew according to the instructions, & stuff with appropriate filling such as a foam layer with batting layered on top.
How cute are these?! Here are heaps & heaps of Valentine’s Day DIY projects for your cat. Be sure to add some catnip to their stuffing. All of these patterns are free. But don’t be a tool and use patterns to make things to sell if the author asks you not to. And please support the people providing all these patterns if they have etsy shops, stores, books, or patterns for sale. These people totally rock for providing these patterns for free!