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#PetsofDyson: the best pet pictures and cleaning tips from Dyson owners

We love our furry friends but removing pet hair from surfaces around the home can be a task.


Did you know that pet dander in homes can be one of the top sources of indoor air pollution? To combat this problem, our purifiers are engineered with HEPA H13 which is nine metres long with over 200 pleats to effectively capture pet dander and allergens. Our vacuum cleaners use powerful suction and specialised tools that quickly picks up pet hair to ensure your surfaces are clean.

We asked Dyson people to share photos of their furry friends and advice on how to remove pet hair from their homes.

Share photos and videos of your own pets and top cleaning tips on social media using #PetsofDyson. Make sure you tag @Dyson so that we can share your content.

  • Bear the Dog
  • “Bear”

    Bear is an active little pup who loves rolling around waiting for belly rubs. This can get pet hair and dander everywhere!

    Pet dander can be a major source of indoor air pollution. Bear’s owner uses the Dyson Purifier Hot + Cool Formaldehyde with advanced HEPA H13 filtration. This filter media is nine metres long to effectively capture airborne particles and allergens, which means less dander and more belly rubs!

  • Archie the dog
  • “Archie”

    Archie has his own seat in the house but pet dander consisting of microscopic skin flakes and other allergens can be airborne and then accumulate in soft furnishings anywhere around the home.

    Dyson Purifiers can be set to Auto Mode to monitor your air quality and automatically purify when it needs to, helping to capture these airborne allergens before they start to settle and accumulate. 

  • Roger The Dog
  • “Roger”

    Roger likes to spend his day playing with his toys and looks forward to greeting his owners when they come home.

    Connecting the Dyson Purifier Cool to the Dyson Link App helps Roger’s owners to schedule their machine to circulate purified airflow and cool Roger down on warmer days when they are away. That way, they come back to a purified room and a happy Roger. 

  • Nelly the dog
  • “Nelly”

    Some of Nelly’s favourite things include going on long walks and rolling in the mud. Some of her least favourite things include having a bath.

    Smelly Nelly’s owners use the Dyson Purifier Cool to capture odours. Dyson Purifiers use an activated carbon filter which has millions of micropores to absorb odours and gases. Just 1 gram of this activated carbon has a surface area of 1000m2!

  • Mimica
  • “Franky”

    Dust mites thrive in warm, dark spaces like sofas and feed on human and animal skin flakes. To combat the unwelcome visitors, wash blankets, cushions and bedding at 60° degrees to break down allergens and reduce the amount of microscopic dander that dust mites feed on. Franky’s owner also recommends using the Mini-Motorised tool attachment on your vacuum to deep clean your soft furnishings, from sofas and mattresses to dog baskets. 

  • Mimica
  • “Luna”

    Pet hair can become electrostatically stuck to hard floors and be problematic to pick up. The anti-static carbon fibre filaments on the Fluffy cleaner head help remove pet hair, as well as fine dust from hard surfaces – leaving little house work left for Luna. 

  • Marinatex
  • “Noodles”

    Noodles worked out that napping with the Dyson V11 cord-free vacuum means that she won’t be disturbed. To keep the peace, use Eco Mode for a quieter clean and still have the power to pick up pet hair. 

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