Tug toys:
If you saw our last upcycle blog post, you may recognize this activity. This inspired us to create a whole blog dedicated to upcycled dog toys! Here are some great ideas to make dog toys as you do some spring cleaning.

Link: https://barkpost.com/answers/how-to-make-a-t-shirt-dog-toy/

This fun tug toy just needs an old tshirt and a tennis ball!

Link: https://yesmissy.com/diy-dog-toys/

If you have any old towels that are no longer fit for the kitchen or bathroom, you can tie them together to make a durable toy for your dog!

Link: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/pets/a20707595/diy-towel-dog-toy/?&utm_term=1154214743

Hidden Kibble:
If your dog likes crunchy toys, Rover made a simple diy using a plastic water bottle, some kibble, and an old sock! Perfect for those lonely socks whose pair mysteriously disappeared…

Link: https://www.rover.com/blog/easy-diy-dog-toy-water-bottle-crunch/

If your dog needs some incentive to use their toys, we love these DIY toys with hidden treats inside. Perfect for that old tennis ball or lonely garden glove missing its pair.

Link: https://www.creativeconnectionsforkids.com/2012/04/puppy-love-toys-to-make-for-your-pup/

Denim Toys:
Do you have some old jeans laying around and want to try your hand at sewing? This tutorial shows you how to make a dog toy out of denim. Denim is great material for dog toys because of how durable it is.


If you’re not the sewing type, have no fear. This video is a no sew denim dog toy tutorial!
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YduxfR5ikTw