7 Cleaning Tips for Dog Owners

20 oct 2023
7 Cleaning Tips for Dog Owners

Being a dog parent is incredibly rewarding, but it also comes with some unique cleaning challenges. From fur to muddy paws, dogs can make a mess. But with the right approach, you can keep your home clean and pet-friendly. Here are seven cleaning tips for dog owners.

1: Get the floors clean

A good vacuum cleaner will make life a lot easier when you have a dog. There are even particular mashine that boast better abilities to get the dog fur out of your shag carpet. But if you have carpet stains you need to tackle, you’ll need a different approach.Depending on the severity of the stains, spot cleaning with a pet-safe cleaning solutionmay be effective. ONEISALL pet grooming kit with vacuum make home grooming easy.It includes 7 proven grooming tools.Nozzle head and Cleaning brush can be used for collecting pet hair falling on the carpet, sofa and floor.

2: Keep those paws clean!

Dog's paws are more likely to accumulate dirt, so they need to be cleaned regularly. Oneisall pet grooming kit with vacuum make home grooming easy.It includes 7 proven grooming tools,Electric clipper, dog paw trimmer and dog nail grinder provides excellent cutting.Regularly inspect your pet's paws for any injuries, thorns, or foreign objects. Promptly addressing any issues can help prevent infections.Regular trimming can also reduce the risk of being accidentally scratched.By incorporating these practices into your routine, you can ensure that your pet's paws stay clean, and your home remains cleaner and comfortable.

3: Clean the dog hair off floor or furniture

Another common issue when it comes to cleaning up after your dog is dealing with all the hair they leave behind. One easy way to deal with this is by using a lint roller, which works great for spot cleaning. To tackle larger areas, most vacuum cleaners come with a special attachment for pet hair.There are also tools you can buy specifically for getting dog hair out of carpet and upholstery – and as a bonus they can also aid in removing dog hair from clothes or rugs.Oneisall is your best choice. With a detachable 1.4L dust box, 25% more capacity than others,easy-to-empty, do not need to empty often during grooming. The removable dust cup is equipped with an easy empty lid for quick, mess-free empty after cleaning.

You can also take this a step further and mat train your dog. By training your dog to go to his mat on command, you have the option to set the mat on the couch or on the floor, depending on the situation. This is a great strategy if your dog is welcome on your couch sometimes.

4: Keep the fur out of the drains

Another common problem that pet parents face is fur clogging up the drains. This happens because dog hair is so lightweight that it floats in the water and then gets stuck in the drain pipe. Just like human hair, when too much of it goes down the drain, you’ll eventually end up having to pull it back out. If you’ve ever snaked a drain, you know it’s not a pleasant task, and something you’ll want to avoid if you can.

Regular brushing will keep all the loose fur from coming off at once during bath time, and if you have a breed with an undercoat, a specialized de-shedding tool like the ONEISALL will be your best friend.The grooming brush and the deshedding tool gently remove loose hair and making pet hair shiny and smooth while eliminating tangles. Of course, even ‘non-shedding’ breeds will shed some during bathtime, so it’s crucial to protect your drains.

5: Neutralize the dog smell

One of the biggest challenges when cleaning up after your dog is dealing with the smell. Let’s be real – sometimes our dogs can be stinky. It can be a real challenge to get rid of that odor. As a pet parent, you may be so used to it, you may not even notice the animal smell, but your visitors will.

Your first thought to combat this issue may be to use an air freshener or diffuser, but while these products may mask the odor, but they won’t eliminate it. (And bear in mind that many commercial air fresheners will contain chemicals you may not want around your pup, and if not diluted properly essential oils can be dangerous, even toxic to your pets.)

To get to to the root of the dog smell, it’s best to keep it clean and trim it regularly. vacuum and spot clean the sofa with a pet-safe solution like ONEISALL. We know it is a daunting task! But dog smells hide in lots of tricky places, so it pays.

6: Understand and Accept

You know you invited an animal to live in your house, right? Life with pets is messy, and we have to take the bad with the good. A home with dogs may never be as spotlessly clean as a home without dogs, but the love and joy they bring to our lives outweighs the spot cleaning that sometimes comes with territory.

Wish you can enjoy the companionship of your furry friend while maintaining a clean and comfortable home. By being proactive and using pet-friendly products, you'll be well-prepared to tackle any messes that come your way. Happy dog parenting!