November 13, 2017

Did you know that recent research on pet ownership indicates that 44% of American households have a dog, and 35% have a cat? That's right! We love our furry animals.

With that said, fur can be quite the problem, can't it? From shedding all over your furniture to ruining your clothing, pet hair can be quite the nuisance.

Fortunately, we've got the best pet remover solutions for you! Keep reading to learn how to manage the shedding without letting that pet hair take over your home- or your life!

Let's get into it!

Best Pet Hair Remover Tools and Tricks

Regular Grooming Is Key

Just like you probably wouldn't forgo brushing your hair, this same philosophy should apply to your pets as well.

Regular brushing helps reduce shedding and keeping pet hair from becoming unruly and unmanageable.

Use a fun and effective pet hair remover tool (we love our Self-Cleaning Retraction Action King Bomb). That way cleaning won't feel like such a chore. Who knows? It might even create some extra bonding time between you and your pal.

Take Care Of Your Furniture

It's frustrating to sit on a couch covered in dog or cat hair, right? Who wants to get all that shedding all over their clothes?

Consider investing in pet furniture covers for when you're just hanging out at home. Wash and clean them as you would with sheets.

Once your guests come over for a visit? Surprise! Clean couches. It's a preventative pet hair remover that requires little effort on your end.

Get Sticky With It

If you're in need of a quick pet remover tool, look no further than your daily lint roller. Wrap it around your hand and use it to remove hair from any surface.

Works in a great pinch (and is incredibly cost-effective, too!) This is also a wonderful way to get young kids involved in cleaning up. You don't have to worry about giving them chemical cleaners. They can just "lint roll" away. Have fun with it!

Dust Regularly

You know you should already do that, right? Dusting helps obviously keep dust away, but it also helps clean pet hair as well.

Get in the habit of regularly (at least once or twice a week) dusting down all your shelves, bookcases, and electronics. You'll notice that your home looks a lot less hairy.

Vacuum Regularly

Did you know that experts recommend that you vacuum your house at least once a week? What's more? In high-traffic or "pet areas," it's recommended to recommend daily.

That's right!

Daily vacuuming not only makes your house look clean and spotless, it can do wonders for getting rid of all that pet hair. After all, hair builds up. The more you can do daily maintenance, the better!

Final Thoughts

Even though you love your furry friends, we get that you might not love all the fur and hair that comes with them.

These tips should help keep the pet hair at bay! Interested in more cool items for the animal in your life? Be sure to check our extensive dog inventory today!


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