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Top 100 Pets Projects

  1. 61. Cleaning Up Pet Damage (03:46)

    Think your pets are destructive? Try cleaning up after two Bengal tigers.

  2. 62. Doghouse Log Cabin (20:00)

    Kenny Alfonso designs and then builds a gorgeous dog log cabin.

  3. 63. Tortoise Tips (04:58)

    Helpful hints to make sure your pet tortoise grows and develops correctly.

  4. 64. Micro-Chip Pet Identification (01:28)

    To protect your pets, learn about micro-chip identification.

  5. 65. Tricks and Treats for Pets (00:05:33)

    Design a unique pet T-shirt or holiday accessory with these easy ideas.

  6. 66. How to Construct a Shaded Dog Run

    Give your pooches a safe place to enjoy the outdoors.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  7. 67. Pet-Friendly Landscaping (00:01:02)

    Here are the DIY Basics for pet-friendly landscaping.

  8. 68. Creating a Pet Window Seat (00:01:00)

    This custom designed shelf for a pet can easily attach to a window frame.

  9. 69. Homemade Pet Treats and Recipes

    DIY Network shares easy and delicious recipes for special homemade treats for you pets.

  10. 70. Landscaping for Dog Owners

    Making landscape decisions when you have a dog can be tricky because dogs like to play in their backyards, which can sometimes mean des...

  11. 71. How to Build a Modern-Style Doghouse

    Learn how to build a curved-wall doghouse with interior padding.

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  12. 72. How To Make a Christmas Dog Collar

    DIY Network has instructions on how to make a holly-leaf Christmas collar for your pet.

  13. 73. How to Make a Combination Pet Bed and End Table

    DIY Network has instructions on how to update an old end table by turning it into a dual-purpose end table and pet bed.

  14. 74. Install a Chain-Link Dog Run (00:01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on installing a chain-link dog run.

  15. 75. Protect Your Pet (01:29)

    For pet's sake, have your animal spayed or neutered.

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