Get Organized With The K9 Cube

I am one of those annoying people who enjoys being organized. It is so frustrating when I need something and I don’t know where it is. The more organized I can be, the less stress I have, and I would have to say that’s probably the case with everyone. Unfortunately, being organized is much easier said than done. If you’ve got the right tools for the job, you can get organized and stay that way – no matter what the situation.

Traveling is stressful on its own, but when you add a dog to the mix and you’re unorganized, it can be a nightmare. The K9 Cube from Mountainsmith is a great tool that will help you keep your Fido’s supplies in one well organized place. It has plenty of space for food, water, toys and supplies for even the largest breed. As you can see, you’ll be able to access all your pet’s gear quickly and easily when necessary, and it will all be condensed into the K9 Cube when you’re on the go.

This storage tool is equipped with a drop down food tray on the front that will allow you to easily feed and water your pet while you’re traveling. The tray features two collapsible bowls that are both equipped with a PEVA waterproof liner. There is also a separate PEVA lined food container that will keep your dog’s food fresh on overnight trips. This container holds roughly 5 pounds of dog food.

Inside the K9 Cube you’ll find an interior divider that will keep your dog’s food and water separate from his toys, collar, leash and any other accessories you may need to pack. Outside it also has a mesh pocket on each side. You can use these handy pockets to store things like tennis balls, poop bags, a leash or anything else that you may need quick access to. It also has two tote-style carrying handles and a padded shoulder strap.

On the back of the unit there is another small compartment that could be used to store something small, like the flying disc that you see in the video. There is also a zipper compartment on the top of the K9 Cube that you can stuff with grocery bags. The bags can be pulled from the top of the K9 Cube much like you pull tissues from a box. You can use these bags to pick up dog waste or to store trash, wet towels or other objects that you don’t want floating freely around your vehicle.

Samantha’s biggest passion in life is spending time with her Boxer dogs. After she rescued her first Boxer in 2004, Samantha fell in love with the breed and has continued to rescue three other Boxers since then. She enjoys hiking and swimming with her Boxers, Maddie and Chloe.