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A quick and easy object to make. Minimum materials and minimum time


Material

  • Several Different types of toys
  • A length Of rope
  • A tree To tie toys to

Method

  1. Attach toys to one end of rope, attach other end to tree, on a branch
  2. I made some slightly shorter then others so pup has different challenges with each one
  3. My puppy has a ball with this. Chasing catching pulling so much fun




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  • mom462038
    • 05 Oct 2020
      1:42 pm

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  • Great idea to keep a dog occupied in the garden and improve his jumping and snapping objects in the air skills. Will try this one out.

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  • Both of my children really enjoyed reaching for dangly toys when they were infants (in their baby gyms) so why not puppies too! I am sure even kittens would enjoy this!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  • my dog is a big scaredy cat and would run in the opposite direction

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  • Love this idea, great way to have them chase the ball without having to pick it up all the time to throw.

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  • Looks like a great way for puppy to burn energy

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  • Cute as.

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  • Not just nice for the puppy’s, also nice to encourage imaginary play for our kids.

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  • This looks like so much fun for The kids and pets to do on a quiet afternoon at home.

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  • Great idea – especially if it is kept in an area apart from where the washing line is. Must tell my daughter for her pup.

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  • Brilliant idea. My pup has hours of fun with his. Another bonus is its adjustable so it can grow with pup

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  • I will show my grandson this idea for his puppy, a great way to entertain his pup when she is on her own!

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  • Will have to give this a go for my dog

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  • A clever idea for those with pets.

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  • What a brilliant idea. I’ll have to remember this one.

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  • A good idea for playful pups. Mine doesn’t play with toys or else I would give this a go.

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