A good self-storage system will help the function and ease of use when considering how to organize and decide where your pet supplies should go. Having pets means that there may be a lot of amount of supplies and stuff that accompanies them. Here are ways you can organize and keep your household manageable.
Main Location: Designate a main area where you can have a shelf or a bin in a closet or a spare room, utilize this default location as a place for all pet items that has yet been assigned a location. Put in grooming supplies, collars, or things that your pet usually wear. Be sure to make this location stationary.
Medicines and Papers: Pets are like family so they have paperwork and pet medicine as well. Add another file to your filing cabinet near your own, so they are organized and if you ever need to go to the vet, you know where to get the papers. As well as keeping pet medicine somewhere near your own medicine cabinet.
Food and Treats: When you buy large bags or pet food in bulk, you can keep them organize in plastic bins to keep these items under control. You would want to have a place to keep them out of the way of pets and store them longer. Keep a smaller container of food stocked in the feeding area away from the pets, that way they can’t reach for it. Keep treats fresh and put it in a container in a nearby bin.
Toys: Keep your toy population in check by making sure toys are organized in a bin somewhere. Be sure to get rid of any dirty or broken toys regularly. Consider when all toys are needed on a regular basis, sometime giving a pets an old toy that they haven’t play with for a while is like giving them a new toy.
Outdoor items: If you have pet that go outside frequently then a secondary storage spot can go for outdoor items To keep things for convenience, have a Frisbee or any outdoor toys near the door.
Bed and Other Sleep Items: Keep blanket, pillows, or stuffed toys near the place where your pet(s) often go to sleep. Place them in a bin for easy storage.