Clean House While Having a Dog

Who doesn’t love dogs? It’s just like the saying goes, man’s best friend. Although having a dog seems like a fantastic idea since you can have a friend in your house or while you’re taking it for a walk, there’s also a problem with having a dog. A dog doesn’t know that pooping in the kitchen is a gross thing to do, and how they should drink from the water bowl, not from the toilet. In short, it can be a dirty task to keep your dog in the house. So, we have created some tips on how to have a clean house while also having a dog. Read more to know what we’ve written.

Clean Your Dog

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Here’s no denying that a clean house starts from a clean dog, if your dog is dirty, to begin with then there’s no use of cleaning your kitchen. So, make sure to bath your dog at least once every two weeks, and if they go out to play on the field, at least wash and dry their feet before they go inside the house. Doing this will minimalize the dirt and the putrid odor of your dog’s feet in your house.

Lint Roller


Lint roller is your best friend, especially when you have a hairy dog. The hairs could get anywhere, starting from the couch to your clothes and even under the bed. A lint roller can help you get all the hairs out, and also reaching to every nooks and cranny that your hand can’t reach out. To make you feel better, they’re cheap, and you can buy it anywhere.

Automatic Vacuum


For those who have the cash to spare, why not invest in an automated vacuum? They get the job done, and you don’t have to vacuum every time your dog plays around on the yard. There’s a lot of models, and you can choose the one that you like and fits your budget as well.

Covers


If your dog likes to sleep on a particular spot, like the edge in the kitchen, you can combat this by throwing a cover or maybe some old sheet that you can’t use anymore. This will make sure that all the dirt and hair only sticks to the sheet, and you don’t have to clean your house again, and if your home is cold, the sheet will serve as a warmer for your dog as well!…