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What's your pet supply drawer look like?

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by adamwwilkes, Aug 12, 2017 at 12:56 PM.

  1. adamwwilkes

    adamwwilkes Puppy

    IMG_1763.JPG Here's ours. I think we are good for a few weeks, hahaha.
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  2. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    My stuff is stashed all over the house. I literally have stuff in drawers in the kitchen, a basket in the dining room, a bag in the guest room.. you make me want to consolidate that but wouldn't know where to put it all.
  3. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs GR CH ACE Staff Member Administrator Premium Member

    Same as Uno, we have shit everywhere here but we do have a couple kits i put together as well. 1 for ears, 1 for broke or cracked nails and then of course i like to keep several meds on hand for infections or allergies. Also have two emergency kits, in case of an accident or emergency.
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  4. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Staff Member Administrator

    I have a dedicated closet which is a hot mess, no one gets to see it, lol
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  5. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog

    My WHOLE HOUSE is a pet toy and supply drawer.
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  6. Derek1

    Derek1 Big Dog

    My old microwave that broke and a small drawer. Not including the toy basket and other stuff I just put in certain places that drives her crazy. Really for one dog she says, That's were I put it just leave it there lol.
  7. Derek1

    Derek1 Big Dog

    I can keep going lol.
  8. Worg

    Worg Puppy

    It's a huge pile on a dresser in my living room :p Their leashes and collars are hung outside the closet door though for easy access.
  9. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    I have a giant tub of toys/collars/jackets/training tools and then the collars and leashes I use the most are hung up by the front door. Meds and supplements, etc., in the medicine cabinet. Then it's pretty much guaranteed that there's another tub worth of toys and shit scattered about the house and yard, lol.

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  10. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    You have A drawer for dog stuff? LOL
    Funny thing is, I just went thru our dog treats before getting on here. We have part of one shelf/cupboard in the kitchen with treats, grooming supplies, meds, etc. Then a corner of the kitchen counter has supplements and more often used meds. There are 2 hangers by the door with collars & leashes, which are also piled on the table by the door. There is a drawer in the table with poop bags, more treats, more leashes, etc.
    Baskets under the table with coats, more leashes. I have a plastic filing cabinet in my car with more leashes, treats, etc.
    It's everywhere!
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  11. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs GR CH ACE Staff Member Administrator Premium Member

    Hilarious, i just had to buy another tub last month for all the extra toys, collars, leashes and harnesses, we have harnesses for dogs starting at 8 weeks up to adult lol
  12. AGK

    AGK Scratch Kingz Staff Member Super Moderator

    Mine looks like an operating rooms C-lockers. Everything from suture to feeding tubes, ringers to dex, lidocaine to oxytocin, testerol to dermabond and more surgical instruments than I will ever need. It's convenient working in an Operating Room for a living to be able to aquire a second to none medical supply kit for the dogs. I'm pretty much prepared for anything right on down to minor surgery if need be. I also posses the skills to use everything I have through decades of helping in surgical cases, putting myself through a 2 year vet tech program for shits and giggles and 2 decades of hands on experience.

    In a major way, I pretty much have access to anything I'd ever need. Mainly because of the job I do.
  13. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    I was that way when I had horses. I'd buy vetrap and other supplies by the case. My vet always made sure I had meds on hand in case I needed something. He knew I could handle most things if I had the proper supplies, he also knew that IF I called, I NEEDED him to come ASAP!
    Luckily, I haven't needed much for the dogs, and anything I did have, has long since expired.

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