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Old 05-10-2013, 10:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Wow! Is that CGI? No way my guy would stay still much less enjoy it. Tough enough brushing him!
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My dog does not play well with the vacuum! This would never work. I wish though!
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LOL yeah, the dog has to actually want to be vacuumed, which dogs like that are few and far between. They're either afraid of it, want to bite it, or just generally get in the way and won't let you actually vacuum.
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I think that Dyson actually makes a special attachment to vacuum the dog....I WISH my guys would stand for it! I live in the House of Hair
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Usually it's more like this:

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I think that Dyson actually makes a special attachment to vacuum the dog....I WISH my guys would stand for it! I live in the House of Hair
Yeah, the pet grooming attachment. A good idea in theory...

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I have had Corgis most of my life. NONE of them would ever let me do that to them! My schnauzer (dog I had before Corgiville) would also attach the vacuum & try to kill it.
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I had a dog years ago that would attack the vacuum. The end had scrape marks all over it from where she had tried to bite it.

When the vacuum goes on in my house all the cats and the dog scatter to my bed and hide...lol
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LOL yeah, the dog has to actually want to be vacuumed, which dogs like that are few and far between. They're either afraid of it, want to bite it, or just generally get in the way and won't let you actually vacuum.
My dog loves when I use this vibrating back massager on her LMAO. At first she was like "I don't know about th....hey......yeah, that's alright..." LOL
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