Pinterest brings Pins to life at Boston dog park - YouTube
A little Pin can turn into something big. To prove it, a few folks on our team grabbed their hammers, built a collection of Pins and want to share them with you—in real life.
Ever wonder what it feels like to catch a Frisbee in your mouth? Strap an action cam onto your dog's back and experience life through canine eyes.
Create endless games and sequences with ground-level hoops. To make your own, all you need is sturdy plastic piping.
Your dog will jump for joy when he sees this.
There’s nothing tired about this dog bed. Paint an old car or motorcycle tire, add a cushion and you’re done.
Build an easy and inexpensive treat dispenser for less than $15. The shopping list is simple: Chicken nesting box, a PVC pipe and end caps.
Learn how to build an adjustable dog agility seesaw with non-slip footing.
Build a complete agility course with jump bars, weave poles and a teeter totter. Click through to see step-by-step instructions, plus the tools and materials to use.
Ben Uyeda and and his dog Fletcher demonstrate how to make a geometric doghouse. You’ll need ¼” plywood, a few 2x3s, wood screws, a circular saw and a cordless drill.
Tug-of-war is a game dogs naturally love to play, plus it’s great exercise. Use these photo instructions to see how to attach a tug toy to a tree.
Save your shoulders and use a catapult to launch tennis balls across the park. Everyone (not just the dogs) will have fun playing with this one!
Photo cutouts are always fun at parties, but put a dog in there—instant hit!
Photo backdrops are always fun at parties, but put a dog in there—instant hit!
If a toy squeaks, your dog will chew until he gets to the source—and possibly choke on the small part. A safer alternative is this rope knot toy with a yummy treat inside.
Weave poles are one of the most challenging obstacles in dog agility training, so it’s helpful to have some at home for practice. Here’s what you’ll need and how to set them up.