If a toy squeaks, your dog will chew until he gets to the source—and possibly choke on the small part. A safer alternative is this rope knot toy with a yummy treat inside.
Build an easy and inexpensive treat dispenser for less than $15. The shopping list is simple: Chicken nesting box, a PVC pipe and end caps.
There’s nothing tired about this dog bed. Paint an old car or motorcycle tire, add a cushion and you’re done.
Dogs love to work hard and play hard. To stimulate their mind and body, try a reward game like this food-filled bottle.
Tug-of-war is a game dogs naturally love to play, plus it’s great exercise. Use these photo instructions to see how to attach a tug toy to a tree.
Bar jumps are a basic agility obstacle and just plain fun—whether your dog’s training or not. In about an hour, you can easily build one for less than $20.
Photo backdrops are always fun at parties, but put a dog in there—instant hit!
Your dog will jump for joy when he sees this.
Ever wonder what it feels like to catch a Frisbee in your mouth? Strap an action cam onto your dog's back and experience life through canine eyes.
Photo cutouts are always fun at parties, but put a dog in there—instant hit!