Can you recommend a good vacuum cleaner for a house with a dog?
Our house is mainly carpeted, and we have a cat and a dog so we want a vacuum cleaner good for picking up hairs. Upright or cylindrical. Thanks!
Asked By: Lydia - 8/23/2008
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Well - i bought a http://www.amazon.com/Dyson-Cyclone-Animal-Upright-Vacuum/dp/B000079R7G thinking that it would do the job and i'm sorry to say that i am more than a little disappointed with it... More
Answered By: Luli - 8/23/2008
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My Daughter & Son in Law have two Golden Retrievers who constantly moult. Their Dyson Animal is brilliant!!!!
Answered By: MANCHESTER UK - 8/23/2008
Answered By: bugaboo - 8/23/2008
we exchange our carpets for lamaniate flooring, so much better with dogs
Answered By: steff - 8/23/2008
We have a dyson Animal and it is really amazing!! Seriously!! Amanda-Lee
Answered By: Amanda-Lee Delaney - 8/23/2008
I have always had hoover vacuums and they have worked fine.
Answered By: ♥Daisy♥ - 8/23/2008
WalMarts bagless Bissell 12 amps, cheap and works great
Answered By: Sandy N - 8/23/2008
I have gone though several hoovers ands one to avoid is the electolux pet as I have had 2 and when they get a bit too much hair in they cut out!!! I have now invested in a dyson and have no problems.
Answered By: corgiee - 8/23/2008
I have 2 dogs both with coats that are constanly shedding and a coat who leaves white hair all over the furniture and I have a dyson. It is magic. It gets all the hair out of the carpets and works really good on the furniture to.
Answered By: Jess r - 8/23/2008
Answered By: mike 555 - 8/23/2008
A dyson dog hair, I also have a little Henry for corners and under furniture.
Answered By: topsy - 8/23/2008
The best vaccuum I have ever used was bought from a hardware store for about $300AUD... More
Answered By: Owned by Rocco the staffy. - 8/23/2008
We have a Morphy Richards Cyclonic Pets Bagless - 2000w vacuum (No.73362) after years with a Panasonic (don't ever get one of those!!). I truly don't know how I've lived for all these years without this wonderful piece of equipment. It wasn't cheap (and I didn't want a Dyson because for me they are too heavy) but it... More
Answered By: MamaB - 8/23/2008
I recommend a dyson animal even better if you use a turbo brush attachment on it
Answered By: Ann D - 8/23/2008
Dysons are brilliant! Although i don't own a dog, I have 2 cats and 2 children and i haven't come across anything it won't clean up! They are expensive but i got mine second hand and it still works fine, i think you get something like a 5 year guarentee but im not sure. They are well worth the money.
Answered By: georgeandhenry - 8/23/2008
Kirby. Sucks up everything. Think about it if you buy a sweeper you buy it to suck up everything... unlike the dyson animal which is designed to suck up animal hair....what about dirt, people hair, glass, mud, sand, grit...himm nope just animal hair... check out a kirby. they are really exspensive tho.
Answered By: elaytrix - 8/23/2008
We have a dog who molts by the bucket! We bought a regular hoover, but that clogged up within months so we went out and bought a dyson. And it works wonders! It picks up absolutely everything so I would definitely recommmend the dyson for picking up hairs!
Answered By: DANIEL P - 8/23/2008
sebo is a good make. we recently bought one and wouldn't go back. we have 3 long haired cats so for a dog they are brilliant. depending on the model they have extension leads for stairs and suction brushes. wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HOPE THIS HELPS . . . .
Answered By: ice princess - 8/23/2008
Dyson 6 dogs and 4 cats plus an aviary full of birds!
Answered By: Mercia Holistic Whisperer - 8/23/2008
My friend got a dog she brought a dyson and said it nearly pulled the carpet up would go for upright the new ball one.
Answered By: shane c - 8/23/2008
You need to get a german Miele (pull along with bag) ---they do give the best suction and Miele do have a pet version........I've had dogs for 25 years and since buying the Miele I would rate it at the top of the tree.....upright bagless vacs are nowhere near as powerful with suction....it is a pain to have to replace... More
Answered By: ali - 8/23/2008
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