Daily Cleaning Tip: To The Dogs

11/02/2011 08:50 am ET | Updated Oct 11, 2012

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Who doesn't love to spoil their dog rotten? Any box or basket can serve as a place to store dog toys. Consider whether you want your dog to have access to the toys. A box with a lid (and a snout-safe clasp!) or a taller container will enable you to parcel out toys and control how many are in rotation (i.e., scattered all over the house) at once. A shorter box without a lid gives your pooch the freedom to empty the box as he/she is moved to do so. Some dogs can even be trained to put toys back in the box when done.

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