Thursday, August 25, 2016

Some Pups Use Toy Boxes. Other's Don't.

A couple of days ago, I received a private message on Facebook about the DIY Toy Boxes we made back in June. It was a short and sweet message complimenting the finished product. The last sentence was in the form of a question and it made me giggle.

"Do dogs really use toy boxes?"

I replied back, thanked her for the kind words, and explained the answer to her question wasn't a simple yes or no. Our kids use their toy boxes all the time. About 75% of their toys reside in the toy boxes while the rest are scattered throughout the house on the floor, our bed, and the living room and home office furniture.

At least 2-3 time a day, they want a toy from the toy boxes. In fact, as I'm typing this post from the sofa, this is my view (refer to above photo). Lobo walked over to his altered toy box, grabbed a bone, and sprawled out on the Pet Pillow.

Not all pups use toy boxes. However, if you choose to make or buy one and they don't use it, it's not a total loss. Having a toy box is a great way to keep your fur kid's toys in one area, picked up, and organized.

There's just one catch...

You'll be the one picking up the toys and putting them in the toy box.

Unless you have the trained really well to do this.

Ours are not.

I've lost count how many times I've tripped over chew bones and tennis balls.


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