If you’re looking for ideas for how to organize dog leashes, then keep on reading because this post shows you 5 super easy ways to best store and organize your dog’s leashes.
If you have a pet or pets in your life, then you know that all their accessories can quickly take over your home if you let them. I remember when we got our pup, Skye her stuff was everywhere, and it took us a while to get it all stored and organized. One of the first things I wanted to figure out how to store and organize was her leashes. Because they are used daily and they were always just being misplaced and nowhere to be found when we needed them.
So I searched high and low for ideas on how to organize dog leashes and came across so many great options. But ultimately, I decided to organize her leashes and harness in a basket by our door (pictured below) because I wanted something discrete that wouldn’t be an eyesore. And that has worked out great for us! However, there were so many great ideas out there so I compiled all my favorites in this post.
So if you have been searching for how to create an organized dog leash station for your pup, then I got you! All of these dog leash storage ideas are seriously genius and you are going to love them!
This post will show you ideas for how to organize dog leashes.
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How To Organize Dog Leashes | Our Dog Leash Station
- Collar – This collar is extremely durable and we have had it for over a year now.
- Leash – We have had these leashes since we got Skye 2 years ago and they are both still in good condition. They are super affordable, so we love them! The only thing that might be an issue for some is the foam from the handle did wear out quickly, but that hasn’t been an issue for us. We just took it off.
- Harness – We tested about 6 harnesses before we ended up with this one. And we really love it and it’s super easy to put on and take off. Extremely durable and we had it for over a year now. She wears it daily, and it still looks like new minus all the hair on it haha!
- Basket – The basket we use to hold her harness, leashes, and collar.
How To Organize Dog Leashes | 5 Ideas To Try
1. Dog leash station with basket/s
Want a discrete way to store and organize your dog’s leashes, harness, etc? Use decorative baskets. This helps hide the leashes out of sight, and still have them where you need them.
This is what we found to be the best way to store dog leashes, at least in our home! We have minimal storage, so we wanted a nice dog leash station since it’s located in our living room by the front door. Looks good while still being convenient and practical!
2. Mounted pegboard and hooks
I love this idea for behind a door, in the garage, or if you have room in your pantry, This dog leash station would also be great on a wall by the door you get your dog ready for walks. Honestly, it is so cute it would look good anywhere!
Check out Happiness is Homemade to read how she put this together,
3. Dog leash organizer with command hooks
This dog leash station is perfect for any home but even better for rentals. If you can’t make holes in your wall, command hooks are perfect for you! Install a few command hooks behind a door, or wherever you have space and you’ve got yourself a functional dog leash station!
Check out The Crazy Organized Blog on dog stuff organization.
4. Handmade dog leash holder
I love this DIY leash station! I love how practical and simple it is. And it’s beautiful too, so it won’t be an eyesore no matter where you put it. You can even stain the wood to match your own home decor!
Want to make it? Check out Inspirational Momma for the tutorial.
5. DIY dog leash station
Looking for a dog leash station you can easily make yourself? Try something like this one!
I love this hanging pet supply organizer! Not only will this hold all your dog’s leashes but you can hang toys, harnesses, etc.
Check out A Shade Of Teal to see how she made this exact one.
How To Organize Dog Leashes | Q&A:
1. Where do you keep your dog leash?
Where you keep your dog leashes is entirely up to you and your preferences and needs, etc. I don’t think there is one right way. However, if you like having them displayed and easy to grab, then some type of wall hooks would be a good idea since that makes it much easier to grab and go. And if you prefer something more discreet and hidden, baskets are a great option.
2. Where do you hang a dog leash?
You can hang your dog leash/leashes by using strong wall-mounted wall hooks, command hooks, or a mounted bar with hanging hooks behind the door, or an empty wall by the door you use to take your dog out. You can also hang them in your garage, laundry room, pantry area, mud room, or even outside your front door.
And there you have it! I hope one of these dog leash storage ideas helps you create an organized dog leash station that is perfect for you and your pet!
This post showed you 5 organized and functional ideas for how to organize dog leashes
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