Doggy Toy Chest from Pottery Barn
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  • I got more than I even thought I would when I came across The Doggy Toy Chest from Pottery Barn, I thought it was just the cutest thing and that not only would it work well at keeping the toys in one location since it was able to be clasped, but would also look great where I keep it and since it's in the shape of bone, it definitely makes for a great pet accessory
  • I like the basket design with the light color and the clasp and hinges are a darker brown, it fits in with my living room decor rather nicely without sticking out, in a bad
  • However, if I notice that Pottery Barn makes a cat version of this toy chest then I will likely buy that one as well just so the cats can have one of their own since I love the doggy one so much
  • One of my cats has even taken to playing with the latch on the basket, like it's hanging there just for her - A behavior I try to stop when I see her doing so because her nails could tear the leather (I also try to keep my dogs from biting it), but it's held up because the quality is pretty good, thankfully for the price I paid for this
  • If you can afford this, and it fits in with your budget, this is what you have to get - I think your pets would love it as much as you do


    • by WholexHearted

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      Having several dogs, and cats, means that at any one time the floor is likely to be covered in pet toys (Especially the dog ones) since my dogs have quite a few. And no matter how many times I pick them up, at least one of them, my littlest dog especially, will ALWAYS have to go and pull them back out, and it’s usually not just one either it’s always several that she has to pull out and toss around the house because she’s always in the mood to play - And if you’re not, she’ll just keep pulling out more and more toys til she finds one that you want to play with her with. Which is why I not only needed something that I would need to store their toys in when the house needed to be cleaned, (Besides putting the toys up completely, which I didn’t want to do.) but also something that would look pretty decent while doing so. I got more than I even thought I would when I came across The Doggy Toy Chest from Pottery Barn, I

      thought it was just the cutest thing and that not only would it work well at keeping the toys in one location since it was able to be clasped, but would also look great where I keep it and since it’s in the shape of bone, it definitely makes for a great pet accessory.

      I like the basket design with the light color and the clasp and hinges are a darker brown, it fits in with my living room decor rather nicely without sticking out, in a bad. This makes it easy, if I’m cleaning for example, to just collect all the toys and have somewhere to put them all without them continuously getting in the way. And with this chest having a top, it doesn’t show the toys on the inside - Which hides the various colors of the toys that I don’t necessarily want shown if I’m having company over, etc. Close it and all the toys are hidden without being ‘put away.’ And of course, you can obviously use this for any pet accessories you may have, not just toys, but that’s

      what I mainly use this for.

      What I love about this doggy chest is that not only does it work great at storing the pets toys, that ranges in sizes, it’s considerable in size and so everything fits inside and still allows the top to be closed properly, and the clasp keeps it closed (But if left un-open, with the top dog, my dogs have learned how to ‘flip the top back’ and get into their toys if they want - Which I like because I’ll leave it unopened, but with the top down, so they can still get inside it.) I really only clasp it when I’m cleaning and don’t need their toys getting in the way, but other than that I want them to be able to have access to their toys most of the time when they want to. The clasp is just basically like a ‘belt’, a slip that slides through a loop and that’s it, it’s just a cute little latch (That depending on your dog, may eventually figure out how to open with persistence). It doesn’t lock or anything,


      • Doggy Toy Chest from Pottery Barn
      so if you want something with a more secure closing and something of that sort this toy chest may not be for you, but for me, that was more than enough.

      Just because this is a ‘doggy’ toy chest and is in the shape of a dog bone, that doesn’t mean that you can’t have this if you only have cats. I have several cats and although they don’t have as many toys as my dogs do because they don’t play as much, and their toys are a lot smaller, even theirs fit in this as well and since, as I said, they don’t play as much as they dogs do - Those toys don’t often come out as much because my cats like to be lazy and only play occasionally when coaxed to.

      However, if I notice that Pottery Barn makes a cat version of this toy chest then I will likely buy that one as well just so the cats can have one of their own since I love the doggy one so much. One of my cats has even taken to playing

      with the latch on the basket, like it’s hanging there just for her - A behavior I try to stop when I see her doing so because her nails could tear the leather (I also try to keep my dogs from biting it), but it’s held up because the quality is pretty good, thankfully for the price I paid for this.

      If you’re looking for something to store your pets toys in, and want something that’s going to look a lot better than just a plain old box, then I would definitely recommend this Doggy Toy Chest from Pottery Barn. I did pay a little more than I wanted to for a product like this, I would exactly call it that affordable or budget friendly, but I knew I just had to have it and that I would be happier with this in the long run and was extremely pleased with my purchase; If you can afford this, and it fits in with your budget, this is what you have to get - I think your pets would love it as much as you do. It’s worth the price.




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