The Best Vacuums For Pet Hair Based On Rigorous Testing (2023)

No matter how much you love your cat or dog, pet hair can be a hassle to clean: it clings tightly to surfaces, sticks to clothes and can exacerbate allergy symptoms. After seven days of testing 10 vacuums on various surfaces and analyzing factors like portability, functionality and suction power, I found that the Dyson v15 Detect is the absolute best vacuum overall for cleaning pet hair.

Pet owners know that cleaning pet hair must be done frequently, and the convenience and portability of the v15 Detect makes it easy to vacuum every single day. The cordless vacuum has supremely strong suction, an anti-tangle brush and a laser light that lets you spot and detect even the most dug-in, camouflaged hairs. If you’re looking for an affordable vacuum that’s specifically designed to clean pet hair from hard-to-reach spaces, the Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away Upright Vacuum is a great buy for its efficiency, strong suction power and incredible value. (You can read our in-depth reviews of the Dyson V15 Detect and Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away Upright Vacuum for more details, too).

Although any good canister, stick or robot vacuum can pick up pet hair, having a dedicated machine designed for the task can make the process of cleaning your home much more efficient and streamlined. Vacuums for pet hair differ from standard vacuums in a variety of ways—some have a HEPA filter that’s ideal for dealing with pet hair and dander, while some have specially-designed bristles that are resistant to tangling. Either way, the best vacuums for pet hair should effectively suck up hair from hardwood floors, carpet and furniture without getting tangled or clogged in the process.

Read on for details about the best vacuums for pet hair, according to my testing process.


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My Expertise

As a full-time product reviewer in the home, kitchen and parenting space, I’m always looking for products that help readers run a more efficient, comfortable and clean home. Over the past five years, I’ve tested hundreds of home and cooking tools including air fryers and robot vacuums for Forbes Vetted, and many more for publications including Food Network, Food & Wine and Taste of Home. With a three-year-old German Shepherd mix and a sixteen-month-old toddler I’m no stranger to messes, and no matter how often I clean, it seems like my home is always covered in dog hair. I thoroughly tested each product on this list over the course of seven days in my two story, 2,500 square foot home.

In addition to my professional and personal experience, I also consulted a few animal experts for this piece. I spoke with Gail Miller Bisher, Director of Communications at the Westminster Kennel Club. Bisher is the Fox Sports Dog Show analyst for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show telecast and host of the video series, “The Road to Westminster.” He has lifelong experience in the world of dog sports as a handler, trainer and judge. I also spoke with Michael Silva-Nash, executive vice president of Molly Maid of Greater Little Rock, an international cleaning company that provides housekeeping services to busy families. I consulted Dr. Nicole Savageau, a veterinarian with The Vets, an Austin-based at-home pet care service. She also hosts the Youtube, Instagram and Facebook series “Animal Kid Dom”, which helps teach children about different species of animals and how to care for them. Lastly, I spoke with certified dog trainer Julie Burgess of Senior Tail Waggers, a pet-focused content website run by veterinarian experts. In addition to being a certified dog trainer, Julie has also been a veterinary technician for over 20 years.

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How I Tested The Best Vacuums For Pet Hair

With an active dog who loves to run, play, shake her coat and jump all over my house, I know how important it is to have an efficient, strong and portable vacuum to keep surfaces clean and fur-free. In order to test the best vacuums for pet hair for use in all areas of the home, I selected 10 of the leading models—including stick, canister, handheld and robot vacuums. I put them to the test vacuuming both natural dog hair and artificial hair. My dog is a mix of German Shepherd and Hound, so her hair is straight, coarse and tan-colored. The artificial rayon fibers I tested the vacuums with mimic the texture and appearance of dogs with softer pet hair like Poodles or Bichons. To start the testing process, I first assessed the comfort and portability of each vacuum. I took weight, dimensions and cord length into mind. I carried each vacuum up and down my staircase twice to evaluate the weight and the comfort of the vacuum’s grip. Next, I considered the height of the vacuum and the length of the extendable arm. I’m 5 feet 10 inches tall, so an extendable arm means I don’t have to hunch over as much when vacuuming under furniture or in hard-to-reach places like the frustratingly-tight space between the refrigerator and cabinets where my dog’s hair always piles up.

The weight of the vacuum is vital in considering portability, but the machine’s cord is by far the most important convenience factor. If a vacuum was corded, I considered how long the cord was and how easily it recoiled for storage. If a vacuum was cordless, I considered how long it took to charge and how many minutes of run time were possible between each charge. In addition to comfort and portability, I also considered how easy the machine was to use, how easy the bin or bag was to empty and how loud each machine was while running.

Additionally, I wanted to see how well each vacuum worked on different surfaces. To do this, I ran each vacuum over my hardwood floor, shag carpet, low-pile carpet and upholstered furniture, listening for stops or sputters, and checking to make sure the vacuum was strong enough to suck up dirt from the cracks in my original hardwood floors. My dog’s hair is constantly spread throughout my entire house, so there was no shortage of natural dog hair for me to vacuum up. However, I also used rayon fibers to mimic the texture of soft dog hair and scattered that throughout the different surfaces of my home, too.

Lastly, I tested out the special features of each vacuum. For the standard stick or canister vacuums, I tested each included attachment and recorded its performance. For the robot vacuums, I tested each vacuum along with the accompanying app to determine how easy or complicated they are to use. In comparison to standard vacuums, pet hair vacuums should have an anti-tangle brush head, long bristles or convenient attachments for dealing with hair, so I made sure to test all of those features as well. For the vacuums that included special features—like the Dyson v15’s laser detect brush head—I tested each to determine how they impacted the machine’s overall performance.

Best Pet Hair Vacuum Overall

A Remarkably Strong Cordless Vacuum With Unmatched Portability And Convenience

Dyson V15 Cordless Stick Vacuum, Multicolor

Style: Stick | Bin size: 0.2 gallons | Battery life: 60 minutes | Weight: 6.8 pounds | HEPA filter: Yes | Attachments included: Laser cleaner head, hair screw tool, combination tool, stubborn dirt brush, docking station, digital motorbar, crevice tool, mini soft dusting brush, wand clip, charger

Best for:

  • Multi-story homes
  • Vacuuming multiple surfaces
  • If a laser light would be helpful to help you track dirt
  • Cord-free convenience for vacuuming at a single go
  • Easily switching between a stick and handheld vacuum

Skip If:

  • You’re shopping on a budget

Out of all the pet hair vacuums that I tested, the Dyson v15 Detect strikes an unbeatable balance between power, convenience, portability and strength. It’s lightweight and easy to use, and the suction remained strong on every surface I tested it on. This is a cordless stick vacuum from the U.K.-based manufacturer that offers specific features like an anti-tangle brush head and laser brush head that makes cleaning hair easier. The laser brush head illuminates even microscopic dirt and debris, so you easily see what you’re sucking up. I found this to be particularly helpful when cleaning the pet hair in my home—my dog’s hair is a light tan, and my hardwood floors are light brown. That means a lot of hair blends into the floor, so I often skip right over the hair when vacuuming in the day and don’t see it until I turn the lights on later at night.

In contrast, the laser brush head illuminated all the hair I didn’t know I was missing. Though some vacuums I tested—like the Bissell ICON Pet Turbo Edge—had a convenient light on the suction head, this is the only vacuum that projects a laser light at a specific angle to illuminate microscopic particles. Additionally, the hair screw tool worked perfectly on all surfaces for both natural and artificial hair. During my testing, a lot of the vacuums struggled to pick up the longer, artificial pet hair (it got stuck in the bristles of most other vacuums), the cone-shaped screw tool effortlessly sucked it up. Nothing got stuck in the brush head and the attachment was easy to click on and off with one hand.

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This vacuum proved to have some of the strongest suction power of all the models that I tested. In fact, I could tell how strong it is by its ability to pick up even the tiniest of particles. For example, there has been some glitter stuck in between my floorboards from my daughter’s Halloween costume that I haven’t been able to suck up with my normal vacuum. The Dyson v15 Detect immediately sucked up the tiny bits of glitter with ease. The digital motorbar brush head has an anti-tangle comb that helps clear hair. While other products that I tested couldn’t handle the amount of hair I was sucking up, this one had no issue with both the natural hair and the artificial hair. When vacuuming the hardwood floor, I could see the pet hair that was stuck in cracks or crevices was sucked up easily. The same goes for low-pile carpet and upholstered furniture. I often find that my dog’s hair gets dug into the fibers in the carpet and the stitching on my couch, so it’s not always easy to get out. The Dyson v15 sucked out even the most dug-in natural and artificial dog hair using both the standard brush head, the crevice tool and the upholstery attachment.

The cordless functionality makes it magnificently portable, and at less than seven pounds, this is the most convenient vacuum I tested. After charging it initially for four hours, the battery lasted for up to 60 minutes. The long run time, cordless functionality and lightweight body mean this is a vacuum I wouldn’t mind using daily. I was able to vacuum the entire downstairs of my house—about seven rooms and two long hallways—twice before I ran out of battery life. The bin holds 0.2 gallons (which is the same as the similar Dyson v10 Animal model) and is easy to empty and clean. I love how this vacuum can easily be converted to a handheld machine just by unplugging the arm and plugging the attachments directly into the head. That means I can dust my crown moldings and vacuum my upholstered couch with the ease and convenience of a handheld vacuum. This model comes with a two year limited warranty that includes repairs and replacements. Dyson stated that if a model is used the way it’s intended and still breaks down within the two year period, the brand will collect the machine (free of charge) and either repair it or replace it entirely. Parts—like batteries—are also covered under the two year warranty.

One small inconvenience I encountered while vacuuming is that you have to hold the trigger down throughout the entire process. In most vacuums you simply flip a switch on or off, but with this model you have to keep your finger on the trigger button for the entire time it’s in use. This put a strain on my hand and wrist after a long period of continuous vacuuming, but I didn’t notice any issues when vacuuming small spaces or one or two rooms.

Best Value Pet Hair Vacuum

A Strong, Efficient And Affordable Option For Shoppers On A Budget

Shark NV352 Navigator Lift Away Upright Vacuum

Style: Upright | Bin size: 0.25 gallons | Battery life: Corded | Weight: 12.5 pounds | HEPA filter: Yes | Attachments included: Upholstery tool, crevice tool

Best for:

  • Vacuuming under furniture
  • Carrying to different rooms
  • Vacuuming stairs

Skip If:

  • You’re looking for a cord-free option

While many of the vacuums I tested come with a high price tag, the Shark NV352 Navigator Lift-Away Upright Vacuum is surprisingly affordable. This is a corded upright vacuum that comes equipped with two attachments, and it’s specifically designed to vacuum pet hair from carpet, wood floors and furniture. Throughout my testing it proved to be efficient, functional and strong, which makes it an incredible value for the price. In fact, it was the strongest and most efficient vacuum of all the affordable models that I tested.

This vacuum has a unique design that makes it perfect for cleaning up pet hair. The body and bin of the vacuum conveniently lifts away from the base. It acts as a detachable pod that transforms the larger vacuum into a more portable option, taking the cord and accessory arm with it. This feature makes it more lightweight and easy to maneuver than other corded vacuums I tested. Once detached, you can carry around the smaller pod to access the hard-to-reach places that pet hair tends to accumulate the most. I found this to be particularly useful when vacuuming my stairs—my dog’s hair always accumulates in the corners of the stairs and around the spindles of my banister, and being able to lift the vacuum and tote it with me while the base stays in place was very convenient. This design feature adds a layer of portability that you don’t often find in a corded vacuum. When the body of the vacuum is clicked into the base, it swivels from side to side so you can easily vacuum underneath furniture without the body getting in the way. The head of the vacuum stays flat on the floor while the body moves side to side. It’s lightweight, and the entire thing is easy to carry and push back and forth. I found the vacuum to have strong suction on all surfaces, and it efficiently picked up both types of hair without any of it getting tangled in the brush head.

This vacuum has a large bin size which means you don’t have to empty it as frequently. Both the crevice tool and the upholstery tool worked perfectly well on all surfaces, and I found the upholstery tool to be particularly good at cleaning out the pet hair that was stuck into the stitching on my couch. Although I loved how efficiently each attachment worked, I felt that the attachment arm could’ve been longer. It’s an accordian-style, extendable arm that measures anywhere from 20 to 42 inches. Given my height, I found myself hunching over a lot while using the accessory arm, which eventually put a strain on my back.

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Shark offers a five year limited warranty for this vacuum, which means that the product and any parts can be repaired or replaced for up to five years after the original purchase date. However, the machine must be purchased through an authorized retailer—like Amazon or Target—in order to qualify for the warranty.

Best Vacuum For Pet Hair On Hardwood Floors

A Canister Vacuum With A Padded Attachment For Tackling Hardwood Floors


Kenmore BC4026 Pet Friendly Pop-N-Go Bagged Canister Vacuum

Style: Canister | Bin size: 0.25 gallons | Battery life: Corded | Weight: 22.6 pounds | HEPA Filter: Yes | Attachments included: Dusting brush, pet PowerMate attachment, long crevice tool, bare floor brush

Best for:

  • Easy storage
  • Efficiently vacuuming large surfaces
  • Homes with a lot of hardwood flooring

Skip If:

  • You will be carrying it up and down many flights of stairs
  • You’re looking for a cordless option

For a particularly efficient and streamlined vacuum, look to the Kenmore Pet Friendly Pop-N-Go Bagged Canister Vacuum. Though this is a corded model, all of the attachments can be stored within the body of the vacuum and the cord easily retracts for simple storage. It has a special mode and designated attachment that helps keep wood floors clean and shiny. This vacuum has wide, sturdy wheels that make it easy to tote around, and the extendable arm means you can reach under furniture and deep into corners without hunching over. In fact, the vacuum itself has four height options for a more comfortable experience.

I found that I didn’t have to make as many passes over my carpet with this vacuum because its standard brush head is larger than most (it measures almost 15 inches wide, compared to the Shark Navigator Lift-Away’s 11 inches and the Dyson v15 Detect’s 9.75 inches). The suction is strong, and the vacuum performed well on all surfaces. In fact, the vacuum has a manual adjust option to increase and decrease suction as needed. This was particularly useful when tackling specific spots of my home—like the piece of carpet right in front of the back door where my dog normally lays. It’s always covered in dog hair, and I was able to increase suction to specifically target that one spot when needed.

Most importantly, I loved that this vacuum has a designated mode for vacuuming bare floors. I found the specific hardwood mode to be incredibly efficient for picking up both natural and artificial dog hair. The attachment is cushioned yet flat, so it stays flush against the ground and easily cleans up hairs. The cushioning on the attachment head helps prevent any scratching and gave my floors a buffed, shiny look. In addition to the strong motor head, all of the attachments worked exceptionally well, too. The specially designed pet hair attachment is a smaller, motorized brush roll, which is designed to resist tangling and clogging. When testing, I noticed that the artificial dog hair got a bit tangled in the standard brush head, but when I switched to the pet hair attachment, it sucked it up with no issue whatsoever. It helped get dog hair out of my upholstered furniture, and the dusting brush helped me get tricky dust and dog hair out of the crevices in my crown molding.

Unlike many bagged vacuums, the brand claims it’s allergen sealed, which means the air path is completely sealed so it won’t erupt in a puff of dust when you need to change the bag. “​​An anti-allergen seal is helpful for those with allergies to pets because it can remove the dander that can make allergy sufferers miserable,” say Burgess. All dust and debris stay inside the vacuum and the HEPA filtration system keeps the air allergen-free. Although it comes with a bag, additional bags can be purchased online as well.

Best Robot Vacuum For Pet Hair

A Robot Vac That Delivers Supreme Hands-Free Cleaning

iRobot Roomba j7+

Style: Robot | Bin Size: 1.8 gallons | Battery life: 86 minutes | Weight: 7.5 pounds | HEPA Filter: No | Attachments included: None

Best for:

  • Hands-free daily maintenance to keep pet hair at bay
  • Vacuuming large, open surfaces
  • Intelligently identifying pet messes and avoiding it

Skip If:

  • You want to target specific messes
  • You want to vacuum on top of furniture
  • Your home has multiple stories
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If you have a dog or cat who sheds, you know that cleaning up pet hair can seem never ending. That’s why I love a robot vacuum—it’s the perfect hands-off way to perform daily maintenance of pet hair. The Roomba j7+ was by far the most intelligent and efficient of the robot vacuums I tested. It has the ability to make a map of your home, so you can direct it to vacuum certain rooms on command. I tested this functionality thoroughly—once I charged the product and downloaded the corresponding app, the robot worked its way through the downstairs of my home, getting to know the space and developing a map. From there, I could create specific cleaning projects—like “clean the dining room” and “clean the playroom”—and execute them from my phone. The vacuum effectively found the rooms I told it to clean, and proceeded to vacuum easily and efficiently. I tested this on carpet and hardwood, and it sucked up both natural and artificial dog hair without any issue. I didn’t notice any tangling in the brush head, and it had the battery life to clean the entire downstairs of my home without needing to charge or empty the bin. “The vacuums my clients seem to like the most are robotic vacuums, especially if they have multiple pets, because the vacuum keeps up with the fur every day,” said Dr. Savageau.

Unlike some other robot vacuums, this model also has the ability to spot and avoid obstacles like a cord, pile of pet waste or child’s toy. I found this to be particularly useful in my home, because it meant I didn’t have to pick up my dog’s toys or bed. The vacuum spotted each obstacle and vacuumed around it with no problem. Additionally, it’s able to self-empty the contents of the bin after each cleaning cycle. Once it returns to its charging port, the vacuum automatically empties pet hair into an enclosed bag that should be switched out every 60 days. This is a fantastic feature for anyone looking for a hands-off way to clean their home every day. It’s perfect for busy households that could use some extra attention.

Keep in mind that because this is a robot vacuum, it doesn’t come with any attachments and it can’t climb up stairs or vacuum on top of furniture. The suction also isn’t as strong as some of the other vacuums I tested, so this vacuum is better for daily maintenance rather than deep cleaning.

Other Products I Tested

Eufy RoboVac 8s: This is a fantastic robot vacuum that proved to have strong suction and efficient functionality. However, it couldn’t match the suction power of the Roomba j7+, doesn’t self-empty and it struggled a bit more when navigating through my home. It also does not spit and avoid specific obstacles which means the floors have to be completely bare if you want a deep clean. Overall, it performed well in my tests, and at a more affordable price tag than the Roomba j7+, it could be a great buy for someone looking for a basic robot vacuum to perform daily maintenance.

Shark Rocket Pet Plus Corded Stick Vacuum: This is an efficient machine that's lightweight and convenient to use. Overall, the suction isn't as strong as some of the other models (specifically the Dyson and the Shark Navigator Lift-Away) and the cord means it's not as portable as some of the others. It’s a basic stick vacuum that can help clean up after pets, but overall it lacked the strength and functionality of other models.

Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Lithium Ion Cordless Hand Vacuum: This is perfect for vacuuming pet hair out of different types of furniture, and it worked better on my furniture than any other model. However, it can't compete with the other vacuums I tested when it comes to tackling wood floors or carpeting, which means it lacks the versatility of other models.

Bissell ICON Pet Turbo Edge: I like how lightweight, convenient and portable this product is, but I noticed that the suction isn’t as strong as the other stick vacuums I tested it against. It has convenient and functional attachments that are easy to use. However, the suction just wasn’t as powerful as the Dyson v15 Detect.

Dyson Ball Animal 2 Upright: This is an incredibly strong vacuum, and was by far the most powerful of all I tested. However, I felt that this product was a bit too large, heavy and cumbersome compared to the competitors. I was exhausted after vacuuming just one room, which meant this vacuum isn’t as portable or convenient as the others.

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Dyson Animal V10: This is a fantastic product that worked very similarly to the overall winner, the Dyson v15 Detect. However, it lacked some of the special features—like laser detect and a digital screen—and noticeably wasn’t as strong. If you’re looking for a Dyson model that’s more affordable than the Dyson v15 Detect, this is a great choice.


What is the number one rated vacuum for pet hair? ›

The Dyson V15 Detect is the best vacuum for pet hair we've tested. This high-end cordless stick vacuum has no problem dealing with pet hair on a wide variety of surface types, whether you're using the multi-surface floorhead or the soft-roller floorhead with an integrated laser light to help you see fine debris.

What vacuum has the best suction for pet hair? ›

During testing, we found that the Tineco Pure One S15 Pro was the best vacuum for removing pet hair from hard floors, thanks to its strong suction that picked up lightweight fur and heavy debris alike.

What is the toughest vacuum cleaner? ›

Dyson - Ball Animal 3 Upright Vacuum - Nickel/Silver

This Dyson Ball Animal 3 Upright Vacuum has the strongest suction of any upright vacuum we've seen, to-date. "

Which vacuum cleaner has the highest suction power? ›

AGARO Storm 2000 Watts Vacuum Cleaner with Powerful 24 kPa Suction Power, Dry vacuuming, 4 litres dust Bag (Black)

What picks up pet hair the best? ›

The best pet hair removers we reviewed:
  • Gonzo Pet Hair Lifter – Best all-arounder.
  • OXO FurLifter – Best for furniture.
  • ChomChom Roller – Best for clothing.
  • Smart Sheep Dryer Balls – Best for laundry.
  • Bissel Pet Hair Broom – Best for floors.
  • Sweepa Rubber Brush – Best for cars.

What is the number 1 vacuum cleaner? ›

The best vacuum cleaner we've tested is the Dyson V15 Detect. This high-end stick vacuum is remarkably potent, delivering similar debris pickup performance to many corded models. However, it has the advantage of being remarkably easy to deploy and maneuver.

Is Shark or Dyson better for pet hair? ›

Both Shark and Dyson are top-rated when it comes to collecting pet hair. However, we think Shark does it better for those who are trying to avoid the dreaded hair tangle around the brush roll. In regards to Dyson, hair is collected, but long strands will wrap.

Are Shark vacuums better than Dyson? ›

Shark vs Dyson capacity

Both Shark and Dyson cordless vacuums have very similar capacities. However, if you want a very light one with a small capacity then Dyson is the best option. As for corded vacuums, Dyson offers a much larger option at 1.8L compared to Shark's larger capacity vacuum at just 1.3L.

What do professional car detailers use for vacuum? ›

Metro Vac N Blo Pro-83BA

The Vac N Blow Pro-83BA Professional Grade Vacuum Cleaner is one of the most powerful vacuums available on the market. This professional grade vacuum cleaner is an excellent tool for auto detailers.

What is the best vacuum cleaner for the least amount of money? ›

Our favorite is the MOOSOO K23 Pro Stick Cordless Vacuum because it's lightweight, has powerful suction across multiple floor types, and easily cleans stairs without the need for additional attachments.

What is better Dyson or Shark? ›

Shark vs Dyson capacity

Both Shark and Dyson cordless vacuums have very similar capacities. However, if you want a very light one with a small capacity then Dyson is the best option. As for corded vacuums, Dyson offers a much larger option at 1.8L compared to Shark's larger capacity vacuum at just 1.3L.

What is the best bagged vacuum for pet hair? ›

Out of 37 models, the Kenmore Pet Friendly POP-N-GO Bagged Canister Vacuum is our favorite because it's effective, versatile, and allergen-trapping.

Is Dyson or Bissell better for pet hair? ›

Our Verdict. The Dyson Ball Animal 2 is a better upright vacuum than the BISSELL Pet Hair Eraser Turbo. The Dyson has a longer range, requires less maintenance, and has almost no recurring costs. It has a better performance on all surface types and comes with a pet grooming tool, which is nice for pet owners.

Is there a vacuum as good as Dyson? ›

Shark Rocket Ultra-Light Corded Stick Vacuum

In case you missed it, Shark is a popular Dyson alternative for stick vacuums. With that in mind, here's yet another Shark option, only this time, with a cord.

Is the Shark pet vacuum worth it? ›

The Shark Anti-Allergen Pet Power Cordless Stick Vacuum is an easy-to-use, capable vacuum that's lightweight and not overpriced. While it isn't the most powerful model on the market, it performs remarkably well and is a good fit for people who own pets. The bottom line is the Shark is a good value for the money.

Is the Dyson pet vacuum worth it? ›

This little thing is like a shop vac suction-wise. If you have pets this is perfect. It gets up pet hair and cat litter very well, and the brushes come out of the head very easy to clean out. Yeah it's expensive, but worth every penny.” Check out other vacuums for dog and cat hair, too.


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