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DIY Projects to Make Your Pet Feel at Home

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When you DIY you are sure to save money and add your own personal touch to items you might usually buy at the store – plus you’ll feel great when your furry friend falls in love with your new projects. Toys and treats aren’t the only items you can spoil your pet with. From cozy beds to multi-purpose wall hangers, you can pamper your furry friend and spruce up your home at the same time. Here are 5 DIY projects that will make your pet feel right at home.
 1. Raised Feeding Station. A raised feeding station is the perfect project to give your pet a stylish and functional dining experience. Spruce it up with a nice placemat underneath to minimize crumbs and keep the feeder from moving around. Not only are raised feeders easily customizable, but they also have great health benefits for your furry friend. 
2.Multi-Purpose Wall Organizer. If you’ve ever spent way too much time searching for lost collars, leashes, or keys, a multi-purpose wall organizer may be your perfect solution. Keep all those items in one tidy spot near the door so both you and your pet can get out and about more efficiently. The organizer can hold anything from car keys to a jar of treats!
3. Decorative Bed. Make your dog feel cozy with a comfy and inexpensive bed that matches the overall aesthetic of your home. Customize the bed by choosing a fabric that matches the style of the room and your pet’s personality. Upcycle with items you may have thought were going in the trash like palettes, wine crates, or picnic baskets.
4. Stylish Toy Basket. Every good pet deserves to be spoiled with endless toys. The only problem is they usually end up scattered all over the house. Keep your pet organized with a basket designated for all their favorite toys! Rather than going out and purchasing a toy basket, you can try reusing old items in your house like wicker baskets, laundry baskets, or tin bins. You could even try personalizing the basket by stenciling their name or stamping their paw print on it.
5. Scratching Post. Train your kitten to avoid scratching your precious furniture with a DIY scratching post. This simple item is beneficial for your cat because they provide destressing activity while giving them something to attach to in the home. 
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Laura Cerrano
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I think I did I have a lot of similar attribute with my pet as well. Very good post

Aug 12, 2021 07:25 AM