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The best dog hair removers to keep shedding messes at bay

Dog hair is simply a part of the package. Inconveniences like slobber and dirty paws comes with the territory of being a dog owner. Still, it’s important to tackle clothes, furniture, and floors covered in dog hair. When you go to work, want to work out, or just relax around the house, you can find dog hair all over your clothes and furniture. Save yourself the trouble and get a dog hair remover for those pesky hairs.

You may be wondering about how to remove dog hair without it taking a lot of back-breaking work or cleaning. Removing dog hair can be a pain because of the time going into the process. Lint rollers get expensive after repeatedly replacing them . Getting a sturdier brush or a reusable dog hair remover can cut down on the time and money you spend getting rid of all that fur.

ChomChom Roller Dog Hair Remover

Best Energy Saver

Want something modern without the hassle of charging or refilling batteries? The ChomChom Roller Dog Hair Remover saves you energy by being a completely manual dog hair remover. It also does not use sticky tapes or adhesive papers. The rolling brush system picks up your dog’s hair as you run it across fur on any surface. To clean, simply open the waste compartment and empty it out over the trashcan.

Lilly Brush Mini Pet Hair Remover

Best Value

Cleaning up your dog is easy and affordable when you use the Lilly Brush Mini Pet Hair Remover. The brush is a flat detailer that cleans up your carpet, windows, and furniture without worrying about any scratches or marks left behind. It removes even the most stubborn hairs. You can clean it easily with a quick wash using light soap and water.

Brellavi Pet Hair Remover

Best Double-Sided

The Brellavi Pet Hair Remover is all you could want in a double-sided remover set. The brush keeps your floor, furniture, and clothes clean from your dog’s furry fury. The pet hair remover is also easy to clean. Just pull it into the base and the hair will fall right off. There are no worries about keeping up refills or replacing batteries. It is also travel-sized, making this hair remover the perfect companion for fun trips with the whole family.

Dogs will never stop shedding, and you must be prepared for getting rid of dog hair when you can. These dog hair removers will make your life much easier, so you can spend less time cleaning and more time with your furry best friend.

Pamper your pooch with the best dog Valentine’s Day activities
Dog pampering, adventures, and more: The best Valentine's Day activities for pups
A woman taking a selfie with her white dog

Valentine’s Day celebrates love. Whether you’re single or with someone special, let’s share a secret between friends: Your dog is your main squeeze. Your pooch’s unconditional love and snuggles have helped you get through challenging times, and their one-of-a-kind personality has improved your brightest days.

Showering your dog with love on Valentine’s Day is a no-brainer. However, what should you do for the dog that has given you everything and so much more? Even these days — where news of shortages dominates the headlines — there are so many dog Valentine’s Day activities you and your furry best friend can enjoy this year. Choose one, or consider ditching work and treating your pup to a day of dog pampering and memories.

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6 ways to make your Super Bowl party dog-friendly this year
Snacks, safety, and other details to throw the best dog-friendly Super Bowl party
A poodle mix dog wearing a Green Bay Packers shirt and hat sits and looks into the camera

As football fans from across the country gear up for Super Bowl Sunday, you might find yourself getting swept up in the hype. We get it! The NFL championship game is a big deal, and it's fun to get together with loved ones to mark the occasion. While you're planning your football-themed menu and decor, we encourage you to consider inviting furry friends, too. At the very least, make sure your own dog is well prepared for a fun day, too.
2023 pet trends revealed that more and more owners treat their dogs like their children, so we wouldn't be surprised to see a rise in dog-friendly Super Bowl parties this year. That's why we've compiled six important ways anyone can accommodate pets at their Super Bowl party -- from finding the right snacks to finding the right space.

Don't forget to provide snacks for dogs, as well as people
There are two key components to a successful Super Bowl party -- watching the game and enjoying the food -- so once you've got your location decided, make sure to plan a menu that accommodates everyone you've invited. That means feeding the dogs, too!
Most owners will have their own plan for feeding their pup dinner, but when it comes to snacks, it doesn't hurt to be prepared. When in doubt, ask ahead about your canine guests' preferences and restrictions. That way, other pet parents can bring food for their pups -- and no one is excluded.
A classic homemade dog biscuit is always a safe snack to have on hand, and they last for a long time as leftovers, too. Since most recipes will have you making and baking dough, you can use a football-shaped cookie cutter or silicone mold to add to the day's festivities!

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5 dog outings to plan for your Valentine’s Day (with or without a human date)
Need a date for Valentine's Day? Take your dog for a special outing instead
A dog lies on the bed surrounded by roses for Valentine's Day

It can be a time to go on an important date or to stay at home with a bottle of your favorite Napa cab, but Valentine's Day also offers the opportunity to focus on the other important "people" in your life. This year, celebrate a different kind of love — the lasting bond between human and pup (no pricey chocolates included).
You don't have to have a human partner to observe Valentine's Day in style (though they can always tag along to your pet-themed activity). Here are a few things to do with your dog for a different kind of holiday experience.

Have a dinner date
Pick out a special dinner for you and Fido to enjoy together at your home or find a pet cafe or pet-friendly restaurant to dine out as a "couple." Most dogs can eat cooked meat in small quantities, so perhaps you want to share a chicken or steak on this special day. Of course, don't change up their diet if they have a sensitive tummy and cut only a piece that includes the same number of calories you'd ordinarily give them for dinner.
Go for a hike
OK, this isn't a classic Valentine's Day with your dog, but it's one your pup is sure to love. Enjoy the great outdoors together for exercise and scenic views, away from the noise of the day. Make it special by picking a unique destination and bringing some extra special snack.
Take your pooch on a date with their one true love
Does your pet have a best friend? Get them together on V-Day so your pup feels both human and canine love (bonus points if you and their owner also bring along your chosen beverage). A park day or pack walk will get everyone out of the house and feeling their best for this February 14th.
Watch romantic movies
All dogs love to snuggle on the couch with rom-coms. Find a couple of flicks that you've had on your list (or want to rewatch) and indulge in treats together in front of the TV. Your beloved pup won't judge if you tear up at the end when the couple finally gets together. Extra points if you pick out a dog- or cat-themed movie that might pique their interest with pet sounds.
Volunteer together
If your four-legged friend has the right temperament, consider training them to volunteer at a nursing home. It can be tricky to get approved for this; and only dogs that truly have a personality suited to the environment should try it. But if you can get them through the training, you'll both have a blast and brighten the days of everyone who gets to give you dog pats and biscuits.

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