You want to try something new for your dog, here’s how to make a dog or something else for your dog from PVC or PVC pipe.
PVC Stand Alone Gate
Sugar Lump loves scratching up carpet. We’ve tried carpeted cat towers to try to change her focus. We’ve capped her nails with Soft Paws. We’ve tried regularly clipping her nails. Nothing has helped and I refuse to have her declawed. So when we moved into our new house, we knew we had to keep her downstairs on the hardwood and away from the carpeted upstairs. The problem is that I’ve been super phobic about putting nails in the walls and ruining our new walls.
Dog Agility Course
You have your tricked-out media room. The kids have their backyard playground. But what about your dog? We think this oh-so-important family member deserves a special home recreation area too.
Jump Bar PVC
This jump bar helps Fido build up his hindquarters and develop a better sense of boundaries. It also helps breeds that are prone to hip problems (such as Labs and German shepherds) improve strength and agility.
Out Door Bed Dog from PVC
When the mercury rises, you’re not the only one who wants to recline in a shady spot—many dogs do too. “While not every dog seeks out a cool place to relax, it’s critical for heavy-set and short-nosed breeds, which can overheat quickly,” says Sarah Wilson, author of My Smart Puppy Guide. Once their body temperature increases, our furry friends regulate it by panting; they can perspire only through their noses and paws. Short-nosed breeds, such as pugs, bulldogs, and Pekingese, can’t pant as efficiently as other breeds because of their physiology.