Dog shedding is messy. If you don’t keep on top of it, your home can easily be overwhelmed by dog hair. Keep your dog groomed and your house clean.
Stop dog shedding: Use healthy foods, good grooming practices, and pest control measures to keep your dog’s coat healthy. Consider adding coconut, fish, olive, or hemp oil to your dog’s diet.
Regular brushing: Brushing helps keep your dog’s coat clean and tangle free. It also gives you a chance to check for skin bumps.
5 simple tips to clean up dog hair: Use slipcovers, duct tape, a vacuum, a humidifier, and regular grooming to control dog hair in your home.
Remove pet odor: Wash dog beds, groom dogs, use an air purifier, eliminate carpet and clean smarter, not harder to control odor.
Buy a pet hair vacuum: A pet hair vacuum cleaner is handheld and portable. Using one lets you say goodbye to pet-hair-ridden sofas, beds, floors, and countertops.
Eliminate your dog’s vacuum cleaner fear: Break vacuum cleaner fear with conditioning and lots of treats. Reward your dog for staying calm when he hears the vacuum or sees it moving.
March 15, 2019 posted by Editor
A pet hair vacuum cleaner is handheld and portable. So say goodbye to pet-hair-ridden sofas, beds, floors, and countertops.
April 23, 2017 posted by Editor
By Sara B. Hansen Americans spent nearly $67 billions dollars on their pets in 2016. In the United Kingdom pet owners spent 4 billion pounds (or 5.12 billion American dollars). The bulk of that money is spent on food ($23.04 billion) and vet care ($15.73), according to the American Pet Products Association. But there’s plenty… Read the rest »