How to make an interactive dog toy
All you need in sa plastic , a pair of scissors, and some food, to create an interactive dog . Why waist 15$ at the store on a food dispensing toy when you can make one at home! Experiment with and sizes of container, remember never use glass or anything that could be potentially dangerous to the dog. This is a great way to RECYLCE!!! Rather than just buying uneccessary plasic toys for your dog when you can make them with your recycling. Some warnings *Make sure you never leave the dog alone with the toy as they could eat the plastic to get to the food, this could be very dangerous! *Be careful cutting with the scissors, dont cut towards yourself. *Dont cut near your dog *Have your cut the holes for you, or supervise you Kong Buster cube dog dog training clicker training Dogmantics kikopup tip of the day how to make an interactive dog toy how to have with your dog how to have fun with your family

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    • hunkymonkeykaine
    • March 20, 2010

    What an awesome idea! I will try this with Kaine too:).

    • Adipatus
    • March 20, 2010

    Great idea!

    The last clear container seems to work better than the flat ones that seem to get stuck on one position. The long clear one container at the end keeps rolling and rolling and working!

    • scorpioniagara
    • March 20, 2010

    thankyou for the wonderful idea. I can’t wait to try it with my little guy.

    • PawsAdventures
    • March 20, 2010

    Can’t wait to try this!

    • wmlgts
    • March 20, 2010

    Great idea and way too cute!

    • chihuahuabulldog
    • March 20, 2010

    Great suggestions, and warnings! I love to make things out of what most people throw away! 🙂

    • GermanChihuahua
    • March 20, 2010

    This is a really great idea. 😀

    • Clairenna
    • March 20, 2010

    Great idea, but I already have a ball that does this. I wanted to say though that a favourite toy of my dog when younger was an empty bottle with label and cap/lid removed e.g. a big Coca Cola ltr type. They are great fun because they are hard to get hold of and go shooting across the floor. Food can be put inside to come out the nozzle.

    Again, supervise your pet with these as the plastic can be chewed – mine’s a Border Collie so larger dog’s jaws may be too strong and crush it.

    • cappuccinoiv
    • March 20, 2010

    They sell those food dispensing toys here for around 30-40 bucks only because its such a small island and hardly any pet stores around… so finding this great tip was a big help … thanks Emily!

    • ThowHilton
    • March 20, 2010

    i steal my dog toys its easy. i save 20-30 bucks on a few toys every time i step into a pet shop

    • kahsse
    • March 20, 2010

    My Australian Shepherd has one of these and it is one of his favourite toys. When it is supper time, he often gets half in his bowl, and the 2nd half comes in his food ball – but he has to work for it. He will also bring it to us when it is empty & “ask” for refills. I tell all my friends about it. Thanks for the great homemade version!

    • AnimalLoverLizzy
    • March 20, 2010

    Such a brilliant idea Emily! Thanks for the great video! I’m going to make one of these for Lola (that crazy Havanese pup we’re looking after, she’s starting to drive the whole family nuts now! Maybe this will help keep her entertained, and help Sparky find some peace for a few minutes, haha…).
    Thanks again!
    Lizzy & Sparky

    • supernaturalbc2008
    • March 20, 2010

    Jessie loves this toy and we also use boxes and milk jugs!

    • DogsAreMyBestFriends
    • March 20, 2010

    Wow, this was a superb idea! And what a great way to recycle plastic!
    Isn’t this something like the Kong Toy or Buster cube? Anyhow, this one’s better because you make it on your own without paying money!
    Awesome video 5*

    • Tatelina
    • March 20, 2010

    Is Splash munching on pieces of carrots!?

    • daisydogsoap
    • March 20, 2010

    i definetly make one for my dog name aisteru. i think she will like this. thank you so much! make more videos pls.

    • nicole66thebest
    • March 20, 2010

    is that a border collie!? cool i have one too!!!!!
    ill defenetly make her thet toy
    i love her sooooooo much!!!

    • RavenBlaze
    • March 20, 2010

    also makes any easy holiday present for puppy.

    • ljbndjb
    • March 20, 2010

    Thats really not something to brag about

    • gillianbyrne
    • March 20, 2010

    my border loves things like this except i spoil him and got him a few of the planet dog toys with treatspot so you can put kibble in the balls and they can roll it around also doubles as a plain old ball haha.

    • celinha1953
    • March 20, 2010

    very interesting, I make one for my dogs! 5*

    • yeznutz
    • March 20, 2010

    so i just made one, n my dogs were like WTF? lol i let them be n they are very curious bout it. i think they’ll love it when they test it out a few more times.

    • soleilangela
    • March 20, 2010

    Thanks for the tip ! My dog is actually eating his dog food now ! lol…

    I put a lot of food in it so that it falls out easily and to avoid him just eating the container as he’s a big dog and a tough chewer.

    The food falls out a bit at a time and he’s to busy eating to destroy the container.

    Thanks !

    • spamtye
    • March 20, 2010

    my dog dont like dog toys he just tries to eat them :S

    • joolzize
    • March 20, 2010

    great idea! I’ll try that.

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