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    Quote Originally Posted by Out To Pasture View Post
    Note to self: Get robot vacuum..
    Although DS1 would probably would like to ride it.
    We had a robot vac, the inside dog was traumatized by it!

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    Our dog hates the robot vacuum, whereas the cat doesn't move an inch for it. She just lays there and lets it come right up to her and watches it turn around and go away ... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaryGirl View Post
    Our dog hates the robot vacuum, whereas the cat doesn't move an inch for it. She just lays there and lets it come right up to her and watches it turn around and go away ... lol
    at the visual. I'd love the self confidence of a cat - this is MY world, go away.

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    Salute to all of you who vacuums daily.

    I have shoulder issues and only DH vacuums so I am at his mercy. He does it ONCE a FORTNIGHT and still complains about it. I have a 7YO and a golden retriever in-house. My dog 'vacuums' the dining area when my DS drops food accidentally. Every day I would just use this stick with a mop attachment (static sheets) and go around the house whenever I see fluffs of fur and hair. You can imagine how much stuff I can collect with DH's vacuuming frequency.

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    Default Re: Do you vacuum daily?

    Arr no lol!

    Although i could with the mess DD makes. But i usually just pull out the dustpan and brush it up.

    Lately i vacuum a few times a week in the main living areas and once a week everywhere else


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