Top 21 Homemade Toys For Dogs
3. A ringing ball
Every dog eventually ends up playing with some sort of ball, and this is a fact. They bounce around, they’re vividly colorful in most cases, and they can usually fit into your dog’s mouth, which means that they can carry the ball around as a trophy. Now, this is enough for most dogs, but if a toy is making sounds while they are playing with it, there’s no way in heck they won’t like it and play with it for ages. Not to mention that, if you have a blind dog, for instance, the sonic aspect of a toy is necessary in order for the dog to play with it successfully.
Let’s say you’ve given up on playing tennis, and you still have some tennis balls lying around the house. Fetch one and drill a small hole in it. Find something that can ring and place it inside the ball through the hole you just made, then cover it with duct tape so that it’s safely secured in the ball. The result – a ball that makes sounds when thrown and chased around the house, which is a very fun activity for most dogs.