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Old 10-07-2009, 12:57 PM
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Default [questionnaire] how do you keep your dog supplies organized


[questionnaire] how do you keep your dog supplies organized?

I am product design student and Im working on a project to design an organizer for pet products.

Id really appreciate if you could answer the questions below. Thanks!

1. List all the pet products/supplies you own currently.

2. Where do you keep all the pet products/supplies? (food, treats, toys, leash, meds, documents, etc)

3. Is there a specific type of organizer you use to keep all these?

4. What are some the issues you have when keeping your pet products organized?

5. describe you ideal organizer for pet product/supplies.

6. (Optional) Lastly, Id appreciate if you could upload or send me some pictures of where and how you keep your pet products .
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If you want, Ill keep you updated on my project!
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Old 10-07-2009, 12:59 PM
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Just a pointer -- if you want people to help you, you should come in and introduce yourself, not just obviously join just to get marketing advice. Many of our members ignore threads like this, it just shows that there really is no interest in the site, just what you could get from it, now what you could give into it
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Old 10-07-2009, 01:12 PM
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Can't say I'd buy any type of specific pet organizer.

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Old 10-07-2009, 01:25 PM
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I think that is the car...lets see...some leashes either in the front or back floorboards, for sure a couple in the trunk. Stash of water, bowl, first aid kit . OTher than that the board with knobs by the front door organizes the rest. THe window sill in the kitchen holds their meds. That's about it..oh the other side of the bed floor holds their toys. THere is a photobook somewhere that has some stuff in it, other paperwork i think is in the glove box. Chazhound holds their history.

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I think there hs a nylabone somewhere between the sofa cushions.

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Old 10-07-2009, 01:34 PM
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Leashes and collars are in a basket by the door. Her toys are in a basket in the living room. Her food is in the closet in the bag it came in. Treats are in containers in the kitchen. Her meds are in the bathroom medicine cabinet. Her paperwork is with all our important paperwork, in the file box.

Honestly? It doesn't make sense to me to put all this stuff together. Her toys are in the room where we play with them, her leashes are by the door where we use them for easy access. Treats and food are near where we feed her or practice training. Meds are only given once a month (flea/tick/heartworm), so it doesn't make sense to take up counter space with them in the kitchen--I hide them in the bathroom.

I'm all about easy access and practicality.

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Old 10-07-2009, 01:35 PM
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We have a cabnet in the kitchen dedicated to all the dog stuff. Shampoos, grooming sprays, treats,supplementsetc.... All the brushes, nail clippers etc... are in a plastic rubbermade type of case. If you look in the storage isle of any walmart or similar store, there are TONS of storage containers that would work fine.(Thats where I got mine). I don't think many people are going to spend more money on "special" containers "just for dogs" when all these others work the same for way less $. And, there are already organizers out there for the professional groomer and competitor.
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Old 10-07-2009, 01:43 PM
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lol my clippers are in my purse because i do so many other people's dog's nails it is just the most reasonable place to keep it.

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Old 10-07-2009, 01:56 PM
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Not organized here!

I have a big plastic tote for most of it, and I try to keep the grooming supplies in the shelf above the washer & dryer. But I have stuff all over the house. Too much to list!

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Old 10-07-2009, 02:01 PM
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well her toys are wherever she last left them. Food is in the pantry, leash on a hook, grooming and preventative meds (heartguard and frontline) are in a basket in the kitchen.

So we're all spread out.
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Old 10-07-2009, 02:06 PM
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Leashes in collars are in the drawer right by the door.

shampoo/conditioner and brushes are in the bathroom

Dog food is in kitchen cupboard right next to the bowls

and toys are in a toy box located in the living room

..thats basically it. and no I would not buy a pet organizer, cheaper and better kind of products could be found at the container store or walmart

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