Show your pups you love them with the easiest DIY rope toy

They're called man's best friend for a reason. Dogs love us unconditionally — through our ups, downs and every second in-between. So what better way to show our pets we feel the same way about them than surprising them with a brand new toy made straight from our hearts?
Dogs actually love when they can keep a part of us close to them at all times. You may have noticed that sometimes your little best friend steals a sock or two from the dirty clothes pile and buries in their bed. They take pleasure in our scent and feel comforted when they feel we're near. That's why creating a rope toy from our socks makes the ideal gift for our pups.
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Materials
- Three fuzzy socks
- Scissors
- Thick rope, tied at both ends
Note: You may even have an old rope toy in your dog's toy bin that you can use.
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Instructions
1. Starting with one sock, flatten it out in the shape that you would wear it.
2. Cut off the toes at the hem where the toes meet the rest of the sock.
3. Fold the sock to create a donut shape with the material.
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4. Slide onto your rope.
5. Repeat steps 1-4 for the remaining two socks.
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