Like most pet owners, our master bedroom seems to be the hub of all canine and feline social activity in our home. At some time during the day a Miniature Siberian Husky or a cat will be claiming the bed as a:
- Play area
- Sleeping area
- King of the hill
If you’re worried about being overwhelmed with husky fur, when your Miniature Siberian Husky puppy comes home, you don’t have to be. Sure, Miniature Siberian Huskies are furry, and like all well-furred breeds, from time to time a little fur will fly, but your life and your wardrobe doesn’t have to be dominated by dog fur. Here’s how to make dealing with fur on furniture and clothes less of a hassle:
Invest in Furniture and Bed Covers
We use a thick blanket on our bed and remove the blanket at the end of the day when we kick the crew out so we can get some shut-eye. This works well for a lot of people, but there are other options as well. Floppy ears makes a waterproof tuck-in bed scarf that comes in handy especially with puppies and older pets who make accidentally take a pee on the bed. This same company makes an excellent chocolate or tan couch cover that should protect your coach from any canine uh-ohs that could happen.
Groom Your Mini Husky Regularly
One of the best ways to eliminate excess fur is to brush your Miniature Siberian Husky on a daily basis. There are even specialty grooming tools designed to help you out by grabbing more loose fur so you can eliminate the fur before it flies.
Use a Lint Remover to Protect Clothing
If you’re worried about your clothes and excess fur, a lint brush or lint roller is definitely an option. Lint rollers have to be bought on a regular basis, so it’s best to go ahead and buy a decent supply of these items through a place like Amazon. You can save money by spending under $20.00 at one time on a pack of five lint rollers instead of buying them one at a time at a local store. Also, if you buy in bulk you can keep lint rollers in various areas for convenience, like in your car, and your bedside drawer. If you don’t like having to buy lint rollers on a repeated basis, you can always get a reusable lint brush made especially for picking up pet hair.
We’ve enjoyed our dogs for years despite dealing with the fur. It’s not really that bad if you know how to handle the excess fur. Honestly, we’ve owned short haired dogs before and although the fur isn’t always visible, it does get everywhere too. Unless your dog is hairless, fur is just a fact of life.
Are you looking to add one of our well-furred canine companions to your pack? Find out all the specifics about getting yourself on our wait list. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call or text at: (828) 393-5017.