Ready for a fantastic crafting session for your pets. There are lots of craft projects that you can make for your pets that require NO special skills or tools and that take less than half an hour of your time! Check out these quick and simple DIY toys and treats for your pet.
Arts & Crafts
DIY Dog Toys and Treats
Ball & Tug Dog Toy
This upcycled ball-and-tug dog toy is a quickie, with no sewing required.
Plastic Bottle Dog Toy
This upcycled plastic bottle dog toy is a quickie, with no sewing required.
DIY Cat Toys and Treats
It’s really important to give your cat enough playtime and enrichment. They wait all day for you to come home from school so they can hang out and play with you! Cats can get WILD, and they love to jump around and chase things, so these are bound to be new favourite toys for kitties with lots of energy.
DIY Guinea Pig Toys and Treats
Every guinea pig loves something new and exciting to play with. Whether you’ve adopted one or several guinea pigs, they’ll all enjoy playtime. Fill your guinea pigs’ toy box with ones you’ve made at home. You don’t need a degree in art to create toys that will keep your cavy contented for hours. Sometimes all it takes is pulling the last square of toilet paper off the roll.
DIY Rabbit Toys and Treats
We know that rabbits are full of energy and want to be entertained, just like a dog, cat, or us humans. Bunnies love toys, they love treats and they love throwing things about! So what could be better than creating some fun toys, that have hidden treats in for your rabbit to throw about. Anyone can make these rabbit toys, no skills required! They are extremely easy, quick & inexpensive too!
DIY Mouse Toys and Treats
Mice are intelligent, active pets that are fun to entertain very inexpensively. Virtually anything that is safe for them can become a toy. They require exercise and stimulation for their health – and being chased around by the cat doesn’t count. Pet mice enjoy chewing, climbing, hiding and running. You can create some fun, easy and inexpensive toys for your mice using stuff you probably already have around the house.