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Petvac is a pet accessory that you can attach to your vacuum and use to groom your pet. It has a flexible grooming brush and professional de-shedding tools that are attached to an extra long suction hose. Attach the suction hose to the vacuum that you can situate in another room. This way, pets won't get scared because they cannot see the vacuum or hear the noise that comes out of it. Your pet's hair is carried through the extra long hose and empties to a collector. When full, simply empty the collector. Grooming your pets can be fun and mess-free with Petvac.
Pet grooming can be a chore not just to yourself but your pet, too. Hair left on the floor is messy but can't be avoided because most pets shed. Grooming with Petvac is different because it's neat. No hair accumulates on the grooming brush. You can use Petvac at bath time because it works both wet and dry. After your pet's bath, suction off all the moisture and loose hair. If you have a cat, grooming is vital and if you have Petvac, you're guaranteed to prevent hair balls. When you're house-training your pets, accidents are unavoidable. In case of mishaps, use Petvac's optional wet extraction tool to suction out spillage or pee in the carpet. Then, with hot water, you can rinse your carpet. An optional drain tool also comes with Petvac. Use it to unclog sinks and bath tubs.
The cost of Petvac is $29.95 plus $9.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows a free gift which you will receive by paying an extra fee of $7.95 for a total price of $47.85.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: getpetvac.com
PetVac is a grooming tool for both dogs and cats that gets rid of excess hair so it isn’t shed all over the house. The tool attaches to an ordinary vacuum cleaner, but with an extra-long hose so that you can keep the vacuum cleaner in another room. Therefore, pets won’t hear or see the big machine and get scared. Once attached, you can use the device’s flexible grooming brush in order to gently groom your pet. Excess hair will be collected in a pail-like canister, and when this canister is full, simply empty it into a trash bin. You can use PetVac when it’s wet or dry, so its suitable to use after a bath to dry off a dog or cat and pick up loose hair.
PetVac will groom the stomach, back, or head of your pet at any time, regardless of the pets size.
Sometimes, cats and dogs have accidents on the carpet, and its difficult to clean these up with just paper towel. Fortunately, you can use PetVac to soak up the liquid, and then rinse your carpet with hot water.
PetVac also has a draining tool, so regardless of whether your pets hair has caused a clog, you can use this to get rid of one.
As the PetVacs flexible grooming brush grooms your pet, excess hair is sucked down the hose, so none accumulates on the brush itself.
Getting rid of loose, excess hair on cats, especially long-haired felines, will help prevent nasty hairballs. Not only will your cat be spared the annoyance of having them, you also wont have to clean them up.
When you get a PetVac, youll also get a Pet Health manual, which will help you maximize the benefits of grooming.
In addition to the book, youll get a suction-powered lint brush with your PetVac. This hand-held brush will collect pet hair off of furniture, clothes, car seats, and more.
It can sometimes be hard on your arm when you need to brush a pet, especially if the pet is large and / or has a lot of excess hair. Fortunately, with PetVac, you wont need to move as much, since this device will do most of the grooming work for you.
When we brush our pets, in addition to accumulating on the brush, hair tends to accumulate on the floor, too. On the other hand, when you use PetVac to groom, no hair will fall onto the floor.
While the infomercial claims that pets like being groomed with PetVac, there are always exceptions, and the occasional pet may get very angry when touched with the grooming brush. You likely wont know if your pet is an exception until you try it on them.
When you use PetVac, be careful of sensitive areas on your pets body, such as their paws, tail, chest, and cheeks. If you do move the grooming brush toward these areas, be super gentle, and if they show any signs of discomfort, move it back to their stomach, back, or head.
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