Cover Your Furniture and Car Seats
Upholstery is a magnet for pet hair. Throws will keep your furniture looking (and smelling) better, and make your home more inviting to guests. Car seat covers are also a wise investment and highly recommended.
See your veterinarian to make sure your pet is getting proper allergy relief. To prevent itching and scratching from fleas, use bioSpot SPOT ON or Advantage to prevent and control infestations.
Be diligent in your vacuuming efforts (No one said this would be easy). Frequent vacuuming is one of the best ways to keep your home hair free.
Bathe Your Dog Occasionally During the Summer
Using a gentle oatmeal shampoo once a week or so will clean without drying the skin and rejuvenate a lackluster hair coat. Dog shedding is especially oppressive in the summer time, so keep on it!
Slicker Brushes, Shedding Blades, Matbreakers and Love Gloves each have a specific function and work best on the type of coat they are designed for. Most pets need more than one type of brush to remove all of the dead hair (fussy little things).
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How To Stop Dog Shedding (Easy Tricks from A Vet)
Whether youre getting ready to adopt a new dog or are used to all your furniture and rugs covered in fur, learning to control dog shedding is an important aspect of pet care. And its not just for keeping your house tidy: Loose hairs on your dog can get matted, trapping dirt, debris, and oils on the skin. This can make your dog uncomfortable and lead to skin issues.