A complaint we often get from dog owners is that dog toys are too expensive. Yes, dog toys are expensive and you often get what you pay for- a cheap toy often means a “cheapened” experience. However, it doesn’t always need to be that way.
We like the dogs to work for their food and treats using interactive dog toys. So, as part of our Frugal 2017 , we challenged ourselves to come up with the cheapest interactive dog toy we could think of that the dogs actually enjoyed.
So without further ado, let me introduce to you
Cardboard from a roll of toilet paper
Dig through the recycling pile to find the cardboard from inside of toilet roll or kitchen roll
Fold one end over
Fill with treats
Fold the other end closed
Give to your dog to play with
Thats it, let the fun times roll
*Always supervise your dog when playing with new toys
Have you ever tried to make your own dog toys? We would love to know what else we can make