Hello and welcome to the DIY (do it yourself) twine carrot tutorial! These are quite common small pet toys, and are available in most pet stores. I used to have one of these toys for Beanie, and she had a great time decimating it. My version is smaller than the ones you’d typically find in stores, but it is also adorable 😍
Greetings! This week I will be demonstrating how I created this really neat popsicle stick bridge for Beanie, my Syrian hamster.
This toy is inspired by those rainbow-bridge toys, which I’ve tried making before. However, I find it is very difficult to get the rails right when I try with cardboard, so I wanted to try it with popsicle sticks. Personally, I’m quite pleased with the results!
Welcome to this DIY tutorial! These cylindrical, barred toys are most often used for hamsters and rabbits, but is also suitable for gerbils, mice, rats, and other little pets. You can put wooden beads, treats, or food inside and your pet will have to chew and fling to get the prize from the toy. It’s very mentally stimulating and helps wear down your pet’s teeth.