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Recycle Plastic Bottles in This Machine, and It Will Dispense Food for Stray Dogs
An action that startles your puppy and thus interrupts his bad behaviour can act as a punishment. A carefully aimed squirt with a water pistol, a loud shake of an empty plastic bottle filled with stones or coins, a whistle, or even a harsh voice are all forms of aversion therapy, or fear punishment. You create an unpleasant association in the dog’s mind and so he ceases to continue with that activity.
Pedestrians can empty their bottles into the machine, which can filter and dispense the water for the local dogs. Each time a plastic bottle is pushed through an opening in the front, a fixed amount of dog food trickles out at the bottom, next to the water.
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diy dog toy with plastic bottle inside - great idea and YES dogs DO love crinkling plastic soda bottles...at least my dog did! easy sewing project.While plastic may be the most commonly seen and used water bottles for dogs, the glass bottle is most certainly worth the investment. The cost of one glass water bottle is worth far more than dealing with the mess of a broken or chewed plastic one and all of the replacements you will end up purchasing. The glass bottle is heavy and made of very thick glass. It not only is not chewable, but a dog would not like the feel of the hard, heavy glass against his teeth to begin with, leaving the bottle alone aside from drinking from it!diy dog toy with plastic bottle inside - great idea and YES dogs DO love crinkling plastic soda bottles...at least my dog did! easy sewing project.Having a pet means lots of caring and attention from your side and playtime is an essential part of every pet’s life. If your dog is always curios and likes to experiment with new toys, this next one will keep him occupied and entertained for hours. It’s a very intelligent, but easy to build toy that you can make at home. The toy will be a spinning plastic bottle structure and the materials you’ll need are very cheap and you can find them in any larger store. For the plastic bottles part, feel free to recycle as it is a great way to make a use of all the bottles lying around your house. Your dog is going to love this brilliant toy and will love you forever for this original surprise. Take a look at the video to see how dogs react to this toy and build your own version by following description from the link.