If you haven’t had a young pup in a while, memories may have faded into everything fun. We all loved it, didn’t we? But with her youth comes messes. She poops – she pees – she may even have an upset tummy once in a while and your new little love, who doesn’t know anything, lets it all happen on your beautiful clean rug.
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How To Make A New Doggie Busy Bag
One by one, remove the backing and adhere the letters to the bag.
My letters were big so I only had room for “DOG.”
*Do an internet search to find the dog you want to use!
Make 2 copies so that you can keep one as a reference.
Cut apart the other copy for your pattern and lay the pieces out.
One at a time, hold them on a piece felt with one hand and cut around the shape.
Lay each piece down flat somewhere, after it is cut, to keep track of where every piece goes.
Starting at the bottom of the dog – in this instance, the neck and collar – dab glue onto each part and place it on the bag.
Complete the process of creating the dog’s face.
Glue two big googly eyes on.
Let it sit for a few hours to be sure that the glue holds.
*You may want to check to be sure that the glue did not go through to the inside. I did not find that to be the case with mine but if it had happened, I would have put something inside to let the air flow while it dried.
Fill you bag with doggie goodies and a bottle of Stainmaster Carpet Pet Stain Remover.
Now you are ready to go!