According to WebMD, it’s essential for your dog to shed for the sake of their skin and fur health. They remove old and damaged hair when they shed. Of course, you want your dog to be healthy, but wow, do they really have to shed all over your couch, carpet and car? You love your furry friend, but you don’t love all that fur. Keep reading to learn how to stop your dog from shedding so much.
When we think about animals that shed their hair, we often think of our pets, like dogs and cats. While you should definitely groom your furry, four-legged friends with the Uproot Cleaner Pro™ tool, did you know that you can use it on bigger animals like a horse, too? In this blog, we’ll look at the reasons behind why horses shed their hair and useful tips for grooming them.
Removing dog hair from clothing can be a trying task, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. While there may not be a magical solution to getting rid of all the pet hair in your home, there are different things you can do to get rid of fur from your clothing. From a pet hair remover brush to your old kitchen gloves, read on to learn the best tips in our step-by-step guide to removing dog hair from your clothes.
You use your stairs at home every day. Sometimes, you get busy and forget to clean them, or you’re not quite sure how to clean them properly. No one wants to carry a big vacuum cleaner just to clean their stair carpet, so here are our best tips on how to clean your stair carpet the easy way.
You love to take your furry friend for a drive out on the open road, and according to the American Automobile Association, so do 80 percent of dog owners. You and your pup go to the grocery store, to the dog park and everywhere in between. Even if the actual journey in the car only takes 10 minutes, somehow their hair just gets everywhere within that short timeframe. If you’re looking for easy and practical ways to get dog hair out of the seats and carpet in your vehicle, read on to learn how.
In between our jobs, family and social obligations — and doing anything else besides cleaning — keeping your house clean and tidy may feel like the last thing on your mind after a long day. The good news is that there are so many easy ways to keep your home neat with everything else you have going on.
Like many of us, you know that you get lint on your clothes. You know that you have to clean the lint out of the dryer every time you use it. You may know that you should use a lint cleaner to get rid of that excess lint from your clothes, but you may not know where it comes from. Here’s everything you need to know about lint.
Let’s face it: sofas can get dirty. This is especially true if, like most people, your sofa serves as the hub of the house and the hangout for everything from watching movies to crafting and eating dinner. If you’ve got furry family members, the mess goes even deeper. The dirt, mud and fur they shed leave behind odors and even bacteria.
Got pet hair everywhere? You’re not alone. Despite the hype surrounding the many endlessly popular — and endlessly adorable — hypoallergenic dog breeds, there’s actually no such thing as a breed that doesn’t shed at all. That means that if you’re one of the 38.4 percent of households that owns a dog, you’ve probably got fur to manage.