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Share Your Homemade Dog Stuff

Share your homemade dog stuff with the world!

Adorable doggie birthday outfit by Amber from Texas

Here's your chance to share completed dog projects with thousands of others instead of just friends and family.  

This not only helps you and our website, but our worldwide visitors too. (We average over 30,000 visitors a month!)

If you'd rather just share photos and/or information about your dog(s), simply go to share your dog story.




Share It!

Please submit your homemade dog projects, recipes, or ideas using the instructions below.

NOTE: Your entry may become a full, permanent page on our website with it's own URL (clickable link)! We also offer an optional reward - see details below...




How to Submit Your Project

Simply contribute your original project* for a homemade dog item. Up to four photos are welcome. We will edit as necessary.

To become a permanent page on our site, entries should be at least 400 words long, so add in lots of details

Full-page contributors will be announced on our Home page with a link to the page where the project can be found.

TO ENTER, use the form below this section.


*We do not publish duplicate content, so please do some diligent research throughout this site to make sure your idea is not identical to someone else's - Jo




Form to Share a Homemade Dog Item

Please tell us all about it!

Suggestions to include:

  • materials you used to make the item

  • step-by-step instructions for making it

  • a description of how the dog uses it or wears it

  • any problems you had (or funny mistakes you made!)

  • what you like about making dog things rather than buying them


HERE'S WHERE YOU START:

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(first or full name)

(e.g., City, State, Country)

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 submission guidelines.


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What Other Visitors Have Contributed

Click below to see submissions from other visitors...

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Steps for pup 
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Doggie Bathrobe 
Before we begin, I just want to point out that this was a first attempt and I did not have a pattern! However, I think it turned out rather well. I …

3 -in-1 sock toy for small to extra large dogs 
Materials: An old sock(a men`s tube sock works best),a rubber ball(tennis ball can also be used),and an empty, disposable plastic water bottle. First, …

Sam's "Cool" Kennel 
Gets pretty darn hot in Fresno. Wanted a kennel to keep my doggies, Shepherd/Lab and a Queensland, cool and comfortable. Couldn't afford to pay to have …

Tennis Ball Treat Dispenser 
This will keep your dog busy for a few minutes and is great fun! It rolls around, bounces, and best of all, it drops food or treats!!! Also fun to throw …

Denim Dog Tug Toy 
I had some old baggy jeans (a la old-school grungy hip-hop) that I matured out of and no longer used. I washed them and cut one of the legs off beneath …

The best knitted tug toy ever 
This is the simplest knitted tug toy that I've ever made. You can make one too as long as you are willing to spend about 15 to 45 minutes knitting. My …

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Note: For contributions by other visitors, please explore the following pages as well: Dog Accessories, Dog Clothes, Dog Costumes, Dog TreatsUnusual Dog Toys


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