DIY Projects

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DIY Eat - Pumpkin Ice Cream

Did you know that dogs don’t’ sweat, at least not the way we do? It’s the panting that helps them cool their head and to some extent their body. To help your dog keep cool, try “ice cream.” This is a treat best served outdoors, as it can be kind of messy if your dog noses it across the floor while licking away. It’s also a great treat for stuffing in a Kong. For older dogs with sensitive mouths, allow the frozen cubes to thaw for a few minutes before feeding. more
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DIY Eat - Baconator

Homemade deliciousness your dog will devour (just don’t spoil it by telling him how inexpensive and easy this recipe is). Makes approximately 100 one-inch square treats.more
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DIY Tugga Toy

This colourful, homemade dog toy is perfect for tug-of-war games or fetch. It’s so simple to make that kids can put it together.more
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DIY Eat - Eggshell Powder

One of the most important supplements you’ll need to add to your dog’ meal is calcium. If dogs had the ability to chew on a good bone every day, they would be...more
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DIY Craft - Silhouette Tote

Silhouette Tote Keep your dog—or at least his image—with you at all times, and show everyone just how cute he is; adorn a bag with a silhouette of his profile...more

DIY Craft - Personalized Bowls

We’ve got cool pet projects from of our favourite crafty lady, Martha Stewart. Personalize an enamel dish with your dog’s name for a vintage look, then whip up...more
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DIY Recycled Dog Shirt-Collar

MATERIALS: Recycled Collared Shirt Craft Glue Seam ripper (thread unpicker) Optional embellishments (fabric trim, ribbon, studs…) GET STARTED:  Start by...more
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DIY Craft - Pet Pocket

We asked the very talented Amy Bethune—she’s a quadruple threat: college chemistry professor, photographer, blogger, and maker of beautiful things—to share how to create her cute, handy little pet pouches that attach to a dog’s collar. Happily, she obliged. They store your key or card and a few extra bags so you’ll never be caught out unprepared. Take it away, Amy…more

DIY Eat - Springtime Topper & Itchy Skin Fish Dish

Springtime Topper This tasty yet light combination of flavours provides a nourishing, healthy addition to your companion’s usual meal. Ingredients ¼ c...more
DIY Craft - Breed Silhouette Ornaments

DIY Craft - Breed Silhouette Ornaments

We were so enamoured of these sparkly, 60s-inspired dog-themed decorations that we asked blogger Erika Lindquist of sewdoggystyle.blogspot.com to tell us how to make them. You can use the silhouette of any breed, just grab the glue and an X-Acto knife and get started. Check out her blog for tons more inspired, dog-themed craft projects. more

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