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We all love our pets. Sometimes I think we love them too much. We just bought our cat a new climbing tree for our living room. I just took my dog to get a haircut and facial that cost more than my haircuts ever do. How is it that I have no problem spending money on my four legged friends? Because we love them. Today I’d like to take a moment and introduce you to a site that helps you build a better bond with our four legged friends. PawCulture™ is a site that wants to educate, train and guide you through the joys and fun of pet ownership. I even found an informative article on there to share with you guys.
I know in the past I’ve shown you how to make cat toys with little or no money. The article I saw and loved was about how to make DIY dog toys. Dog toys can be quite expensive in this day and age. But it doesn’t have to be. Let’s look at the Pawculture idea for a few DIY dog toys.
They had quite a few pet DIY projects. One that is so simple was to take a sock and slip an empty water bottle in it. The sew the sock shut. The dog will carry it around and chew on it. My lab is always looking for something to bring to newcomers who arrive at our home. He would love to grab one of these to share with his new friends. Does your dog do this too or just mine?
The next idea was for you to buy some flannel fabric from the fabric store to make a braided rope type play toy. My lab would love one of these. This is one idea I think I will do. My Snickers (lab) loves to play tug of war. Only he’s so sensitive he lets go if he really thinks we want it. So sweet.
Their next idea is how to make a catnip sock for the cat. I’ve been really impressed with their information and helpful articles. Check out their Pet DIY projects on Pawculture. They’ve got so many great ideas, projects, pet recipes and pet tips there. I’m going to go back and check out their pet recipes. I made my dogs food for a while so I’m always interested to see what other recipes for pets I can find. Why not show them some love and visit their site or follow them on their social media.
Another thing I love is that they share rescue stories on their site. Both my guys were dogs that we took from people who had to get rid of them. Not a horrible rescue situation but we took them in so they didn’t have to go to a shelter or rescue. My Snowball was a hot mess of going to the bathroom in the house all the time. I think my hubby was ready to rehome him. Luckily we found a site like Pawculture who helps us train and guide our dogs. What kind of pets do you have? Have you ever made a DIY project for your pet?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of PawCulture. The opinions and text are all mine.