How to deal with dog shedding and remove dog hair from furniture?
I have a labrador and we live in an apartment. It is very hard for me to manage dog hair. I need an advice on how to deal with the hair crisis. Any time-saving tips on how to clean dog hair from fabrics would be great.
Those sticky roller type lint brushes work great to get hair off you and your furniture. He's a beautiful dog. White hair does show the most unless you have light colored furniture.
A funny thing my son did to battle the beige hair his pug leaves every where was to by a sectional sofa the same color as his dog.
The best way to keep the hair off of the furniture is by brushing the dog with a good brush like the Furminator. There are some dogs that need more, however, so if you want to read more go to my profile page and scroll down to the article about 5 ways to keep your dog from shedding all over your house.
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