Our little furry ones are endearing, fun and certainly are also part of our family. But that does not mean that they are not a walking hair factory, which can leave from a blanket of hairs on the floor of the entire house to thousands of hairs stuck to the sofa in our clothes.
But calm @, from Dogsis we are going to tell you what are the best tricks to prevent your hairs from becoming a big problem, especially in the times of molting, which coincide with the seasons of spring and autumn.
We will show you how to take advantage of the new vacuum robots and how to eliminate those hairs that always seem to get stuck in our clothes. Ready @?
Index of contents
- 1 How to prevent my dog from pulling hair at home?
- 1.1 Salmon oil
- 1.2 Brushed
- 1.3 Bathrooms
- 2 How can I keep my house clean of hair? The Robot vacuum cleaner
- 3 How to remove dog hairs stuck on clothes?
- 4 Will my dog always pull hairs?
How to prevent my dog from pulling hair at home?
There is nothing that prevents our dog from loosening hairs, but we can apply some tricks that will greatly reduce the number of hairs that can be left at home or by our blankets or clothes.
That is to say, a dog is always going to drop hair, but it is not the same thing that lets go of a thousand hairs, as ten thousand. In controlling a little the number of hairs that can be left in our home is the trick. So let’s see what we must do to get it.
As he Salmon oil for dogs how foods rich in fish contain high amounts of Omega acids, which help the dog to maintain its healthier skin and brighter coat. In addition, they contribute to less hair loss.
A short-haired dog requires an average of two brushings per week to keep its hair knot-free and without excess dead hair. Brushing is a way to help those loose hairs do not fall at home or get stuck everywhere.
Bathing our dog at least once a month is not recommended, it is mandatory to keep it clean. But if you are shedding your hair and letting go a lot, we can bathe it two and up to three times a month (using a specific shampoo to avoid damaging your skin).
You should brush him before bathing him and afterwards, when he is completely dry. In this way you will avoid that the loose hair ends up on the floor of your house forming those typical balls that the wind moves through the wild West.
How can I keep my house clean of hair? The Robot vacuum cleaner
In addition to the tricks mentioned above, we currently have the help of new vacuum robots, which we can leave running while we go for a walk with our puppy.
They will take care of keeping the floor of our house clean, both from dog hair and from the dirt and dust that exists in every home. But be careful, because there are several types of robot vacuum cleaner and not all are valid.
Personally at home we use one of the vacuum robots I LIFE, which meets all our needs cleaning the hair of our two puppies when we go for a walk. A robot that works well and that is not very expensive, since it does not pay for the brand.
The truth is that at this point, we can no longer imagine our life without this little robot, since it saves us a lot of work cleaning our house automatically (time that we can spend walking with our dog for a longer time, for example).
How to remove dog hairs stuck on clothes?
For this we have a pretty good trick that has always worked for us, it consists of small rollers that we can buy in any store, which have adhesive strips.
So when we rub them against our clothes, both the hairs of our dogs and the typical fuzz of the clothes will be stuck on the roller. The good thing about these rollers is that they have many layers, so when they no longer adhere, we simply have to remove the layer and use a new one (using the same roller).
If you have not yet tried it, we highly recommend it, it is a low cost product that will help you a lot to keep your clothes free of hairs.
Will my dog always pull hairs?
The answer is yes, although there are certain breeds that barely pull hair, the truth is that most dogs do pull hair throughout the year. Mainly when the move is played, that is, coinciding with the spring and autumn seasons.
But don’t be scared, even if you don’t know it, you also throw hair at home and why didn’t you know that 90% of the dust in the house is made up of dead skin? That’s right, the dust that is at home is mainly part of our skin.
On the other hand, being hairier than us, they don’t shed as much skin but they do. So we can only take it with philosophy and apply these good tricks to keep our home cleaner as much as possible.