Toys and other pet goodies can accumulate over time, which is why having adequate storage space is important for keeping your house neat and tidy. Bone Dry’s Bone-Shaped Hyacinth Storage Basket is the paw-fect place to keep all of your dog’s essentials. This bone-shaped basket is crafted with a strong weave design for long-lasting durability and goes with almost any home décor. Choose from three different sizes and store your comrade’s treats, leashes, collars, toys and anything else he needs kept in a safe place!
The wicker-like weave gives this storage basket a charming finish.
Made out of durable polypropylene that can easily be wiped down to help keep it in good condition.
The paw-fect storage bin for toys, leashes, collars and even treats.
Bone-shaped basket is the perfect gift for any dog-lover in your life.
Available in more than one size, so you can choose the best fit for your home or get all three!
When I took it out of the box, a few small pieces of wood already fell out. Then my dog destroyed this and literally dozens of small pieces of chips came out within minutes. She has plenty of stuffed animals that have no tears on them, so you can see this isn’t durable at all. Plus the size was smaller than expected. Not worth the money at all. And I actually reviewed this product the same week we got it, and attached a picture of how it breaks so easily, but my review was never published and thus this product is still rated highly when in reality it’s expensive junk.
So so cute!
on Jul 22, 2020
I bought this, having my eye on it for some time. And finally got it as the price keeps going back up. My dogs like it too they have easier access to their toys and can see them variety of what they have to play with better. One of my dogs started chewing on the basket but hopefully he doesn’t do that when I’m not home. Bought size L and was worried it would be too big but it’s perfect.
Height is a challenge for short legged dogs
on Jul 16, 2020
I ordered a medium basket. The actual dimensions were 21x13x8 (large?). Had to stuff towel in bottom so toys would be more accessible to poodle/dachshund mix. Will probably pass on to a friend with larger dog. Wish profile wasn't so high.
on Oct 23, 2020
Wonderful toy box that is modern and blends in with most styles of decorating.
So Worth It !
on Jun 4, 2020
I bought the medium sized basket and I adore it. It is super fashionable, I imagine I will get so many compliments, but also the perfect size for both a Chihuahua and German shepherd. It is deep enough to handle all the toys but not so deep my small dog can’t reach in. It matched my decor and theme of my living room perfectly and the price is unbeatable for the quality.
on Jul 29, 2020
I love my bone shaped dog toy basket. It is perfect for storing lots of bones, balls and stuffed toys. Durable and super cute
Love this basket!
on Apr 26, 2020
I purchased the Large basket to keep my two greyhounds' toys in. They have lots of medium/large size toys and everything fits perfectly! The Large basket is a good size, very cute and well made. The dogs pull out what they want when they are playing, and the basket seems to be holding up nicely. Now I just have to teach them to put their toys back when they are done!
This is the perfect height
on Jul 2, 2020
I love this! It’s cute, sturdy and the perfect height for my small, 15 lb dog to sort through easily.
Good storage, trending hyacinth!
on Apr 25, 2020
We use it to hold all of our puppy accessories and hide out of sight (brush, lint roller, leashes, harness, nail clipper, medicine, potty bags, etc). Holds plenty, looks great and has held up well!
on Feb 27, 2020
My expectations were exceeded with this delivery of the Bone Dry shaped Hyacinth Storage basket. First I purchased the large which was even a little bit bigger than I expected so make sure you measure so you get the size you’re actually looking for. I did not do this and got lucky that if fit perfectly in the spot I designated it for. The quality is definitely nicer than I expected but it is Hyacinth so we will see if the dogs leave it alone. Keeping my fingers crossed my one-year-old Labrador doesn’t eat it lol.