Unfortunately, plush dog toys with squeakers and stuffing have been banned from this house.
I think the final straw was the plush leopard pillow that mom brought home for the guest room … I’m pretty sure that pillow didn’t have a squeaker, but the memory of chewing off the corner still makes me quiver.
Sadly, the dog toys that are most attractive to us are often the most dangerous.
We have no money or transportation. Please help us!
Plush toys with juicy squeakers danced in their heads.
What’s a dog to do?
- Grab a bag of heavy weight terry shop towels … we buy ours in the automotive section at Costco. They come 60 terry towels to a pack and each towel is 14″x17″. No … you don’t need all 60 towels but where else can you buy 60 kitchen towels for $24?
#1 Fold towel into thirds and then sew with heavy duty thread all the way around. If you sew it really, really well it will last a lot longer.
#2 Tie a Tight Knot. Harder than it looks.
Or you can sew 2 towels together for the larger version
- Take 2 towels
- Fold them into thirds the long way
- Sew all open sides of the folded towel (using heavy duty thread) and then sew the 2 sewn towels together … just one end to the other.
- Make a tight knot … or two … and pull really tight.
- When it’s starts to shred … it may be awhile … throw away and repeat.
You’ll love it!
We do! … and if you look really, really close … there’s proof.
Hoping her video’s improve;)
Chow! – Jake
P.S. There would have been an image of the 2 towel version of our handmade dog toy but mom was to lazy to move her crap off of the sewing machine.
- Dog Toy Shopping Faux Pas! (laurellagoni.wordpress.com)
- 6 Dog toy companies making tough and sustainable toys (treehugger.com)
- Dog Toys Must Accompany Your Dog …. Always (indianpetstore.com)