7 Home Organization Tips All Dog Parents Will Love

I’m not ashamed to say that my two small dogs have upwards of 40 plush toys, tennis balls, and bones. While I wake up to a clean home, by the evening all of those toys are spread out across of my living room floor. Along with their toys, I also keep a variety of treats in the house. That’s not to mention their kibble, grooming supplies, clothes, and health records. Between my 5-pound Chihuahua and my 8-pound toy Poodle, they have a lot of stuff! I like to keep a clean home, so I’m always looking for new organization tips. After scouring the internet, here are some of my favorites (note: I personally follow most of these home organization tips and they make a huge difference)!

1) Store Toys In a Cute Basket

I leave an open top basket on the floor so my dogs can easily access their toys. Before I go to bed or have company over, I put the toys back in the basket. This is such a great way to stay organized!


Via Pottery Barn

2) Keep Treats Fresh In Pretty Sealable Bins

I personally keep my treats in decorative fish bowls that I got at Target. But this is another cute DIY idea. You can also use large mason jars. The possibilities are endless – get creative!

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Via Home Talk

3) Store Dog Food In Sealable Plastic Containers

Just like how some people store their breakfast cereals, storing your dog’s kibble in sealable plastic containers can help keep it fresh!

pet food

Via Ebay

4) Print Out Decorative Labels To Put On Your Treat and Food Containers

Labels make everything look pretty! You can easily pick up some label sheets at your local home office store and print some yourself. 


Via I Heart Organizing

5) Keep Grooming Supplies In A Caddy

You can also throw a label on a tin to create a pretty grooming caddy. Store everything from your dog’s hair combs to their shampoo, nail clippers, and toothbrush in the caddy. 


Via I Heart Organizing

6) Print Out Vet Records and Keep In a 3-Ring Binder

Click here to download your free printable vet/health records keeper, fill them out, pop some holes in them, and put them in a 3-ring binder! 


Via Kikki.K

7) Hang Clothes, Leashes, and Other Supplies In a Pet Locker



Happy organizing!