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    Default What works best for removing dog hair from clothing?

    I must have overlooked the "shedding" part when doing my research before purchasing a Bulldog, lol.
    Henry is 6 months now and im going to get that Kong Zoom Groom this week and start brushing him. I use the cheap sticky rollers from dollar stores for my clothing but that doesn't really do the job very well. Anything that you would recommend?

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    Let us know when you find a solution Please!!!! LOL....
    I think that is something that we all just assume, that they dont shed, because the hair is short. Boy is that a wrong assumption!!!! I just washed a bunch of HRH's stuff this morning and I think I could weave another bully from the hair I took out of the dryer screen! Always make sure you wash their stuff separately.

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    The hair from Dublin and Tio driving me around the bend.... I am torn between the "Furminator" or the Kong "Zoom Groom"

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    I brush the dogs' hair every morning which lessens the amount of hair they shed in the house. I have a bichon which is a high-maintenance dog - requires daily brushing on his puffy white hair. But, even without getting brushed, you can put the white bichon on your black cashmere and you wouldn't find dog hair on it. But, you sit on the couch, stand up, and you'll have bulldog hair on your butt - even when the dog don't go on the couch!

    Out of all the lint removers I've had, the one that worked the best is packaging tape. Yep.

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    Default Re: What works best for removing dog hair from clothing?

    I find that using the dryer to dry (I used to hang dry), worked best.

    And I must have a sticky roller in every floor of the house, in my car and at work. For drool, just clean with a little water. It usually rubs off easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anatess View Post
    I brush the dogs' hair every morning which lessens the amount of hair they shed in the house. I have a bichon which is a high-maintenance dog - requires daily brushing on his puffy white hair. But, even without getting brushed, you can put the white bichon on your black cashmere and you wouldn't find dog hair on it. But, you sit on the couch, stand up, and you'll have bulldog hair on your butt - even when the dog don't go on the couch!

    Out of all the lint removers I've had, the one that worked the best is packaging tape. Yep.
    Good tip, being that i'm moving out in a couple of weeks i'll be picking up some packaging tape anyways

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    On a side note: My new favorite color is light gray. My old favor color was Blue, but not so much anymore, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubbiedog View Post
    The hair from Dublin and Tio driving me around the bend.... I am torn between the "Furminator" or the Kong "Zoom Groom"
    What is a "furminator"?

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    I use the regular sticky rolls...I also use the dryer which helps a lot!
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    If you work in an office that uses fedex take the plastic sleeves that you put the labels in they work great. You can put it on your hand like a glove and peel off the paper so the sticky part is exposed. Fedex gives them to you for free as well!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anatess View Post
    I brush the dogs' hair every morning which lessens the amount of hair they shed in the house. I have a bichon which is a high-maintenance dog - requires daily brushing on his puffy white hair. But, even without getting brushed, you can put the white bichon on your black cashmere and you wouldn't find dog hair on it. But, you sit on the couch, stand up, and you'll have bulldog hair on your butt - even when the dog don't go on the couch!

    Out of all the lint removers I've had, the one that worked the best is packaging tape. Yep.

    I didn't think Bichon's shed.... they have hair not fur, right? And, PACKAGING tape rules for lifting hair!
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    Default Re: What works best for removing dog hair from clothing?

    The furminator is a deshedding tool and works great...I also have the zoom groom it doesn't work that well for me...that's a lie I give it to Jenna to chew on while I use the Furminator...I found the Furminator alot cheaper on Amazon than in the pet store..

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