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    Default Pugs in for a Groom

    My dogs are having their first ever professional grooming today since I have known them.

    I am on a mission to decrease the amount of hair I look at day in and day out.

    The first stage is to have them professionaly groomed and brushed every few weeks, and the second is my new robot vacuum that will run around sucking up their hair off the floor all day while I am not there.

    I am waiting on a backorder for the second stage though.
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    I didn't realise pugs needed grooming! Good luck with it.

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    All dogs need grooming, just to a lesser or greater degree. With these guys, I am hoping that a professional groomer will save me time and energy in my 'minimise hair' crusade.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    Good luck with that Anne.
    Professional grooming never helped the hair situation with Ollie though LOL

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    Yeah, Ollie was really bad with the shedding, wasn't he?

    I like pugs but the shedding problem... Uh uh!

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    Good luck on your mission!

    I am always looking for ways to minimise hair in my house too - especially now that I am fostering kittens!

    My parents have a robot vacuum cleaner - it works well against their long haired ginger cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michelle89 View Post
    Good luck on your mission!

    I am always looking for ways to minimise hair in my house too - especially now that I am fostering kittens!

    My parents have a robot vacuum cleaner - it works well against their long haired ginger cat.
    I just wished it climbed lounges, because my cat Molly leaves hair everywhere too!
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    you should try having a husky in the house LOL, i want one of those robot vacuum cleaners, i need to sweep at least twice a day haha!!

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