Tips on How to Minimize Fur in Your Home
Published on Sunday, 13 February 2011
If you have pets such as dogs and cats, you will surely find pet fur on the floors and furniture. This becomes a hassle and even unhealthy to the people living in your home. To minimize fur in your home it is advisable to groom your pet properly and regularly. The first step is to get a grooming brush designed specifically for such purpose. This would ensure that you will be able to collect the dead and undercoat fur. By doing so, you minimize the fur falling on your floors and furniture. Of course, you would have to do this in an area far from the furniture.
Bathe your pet regularly too to take care of their fur. Do this after brushing to minimize tangles. Doing so would not only minimize fur falls but take away the bad odor as well. But do this before washing your tub though. Otherwise you would have to clean the tub again after the bath. Make sure that you use shampoo formulated for the pets too. And shampoo them again if the pets are not yet that clean. Make sure that you rinse them well to avoid irritation and itchiness from developing. This should be avoided because such occurrences would surely lead to more problems because your pets would be scratching their skin until it bleeds. This would then add dirt and stains to your indoors.
If you don't have time to do everything you can always hire professional groomers. While this would require a fee, it is truly more convenient. First, you won't have to do the hard work. You also won't have to clean the mess after cleaning. More news