4 Tips on Dealing With Pet Hair Shedding

Let’s admit it, as much as we love our pets, too much shedding can really be a pain to handle. It gets on our clothes, our furniture, and everywhere else. Here are 4 tips to handle pet hair shedding:

Schedule regular checkups
Excessive hair shedding can be a sign of disease. To keep your pets healthy and keep their hair under control, schedule regular visits to your veterinarian. Based on your pets’ skin and hair coats, the vet will be able to identify any problems and provide an effective treatment, if needed. Source: SheKnows

Don’t duck your grooming responsibilities; embrace them
Giving your dog or cat a quick one-minute brushing outdoors or in the garage every day will save time and effort spent dusting, sweeping and vacuuming every week. With a little hair off the dog (or cat) at a time and place of your choosing, you’ll soon see a reduction in the number of fur bombs you find around the house. Source: VetStreet

Clean with dampened rubber gloves
Remove pet hair from upholstery and fabric with dampened rubber gloves by running your hand over the surface to attract hair. Simply rinse off the glove when it’s covered with hair and repeat as needed. If you don’t have rubber gloves handy, try a slightly wet sponge instead. I like this method because it doesn’t use up lots of tape needlessly. Source: ApartmentTherapy

Get professional help
Pet lovers that could afford it found great value in professional services such as housecleaning services. Having their homes professionally cleaned every two weeks can make a big difference. Source: DogTime

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