Manufacturer Introduces New Line of Dog Hairnets

Coming to a store near you. Really.

Ok readers, it’s time for you to weigh in: we’re still giggling at the concept, but maybe you’ll find this invention useful. Or maybe all of our dogs would end up working in school cafeterias…[divider]

PetNetPlace is proud to announce the availability of fashionable DoggyHairNets which control shedding dog hair and look great at the same time. Simply zip the great-looking, lightweight mesh DoggyHairNets on Fido, and dog hairs are instantly trapped. Unzip the washable DoggyHairNet and shake the hairs off when convenient. No more having to use lint rollers, vacuum cleaners and dog blankets in the car. No more dog hairs floating in the air!

DoggyHairNets come in a variety of colors, patterns, sizes and trims and are very affordable at less than $15. They are recommended by experts to reduce dog allergies in the home and car. They have also been shown to be of comfort to nervous dogs. They can be worn for hours at a time without discomfort. Dog owners are singing the praises of DoggyHairNets. ”It is such a pleasure to let Maxi on the sofa and not have to worry about him leaving hair everywhere,” says Andrew Bram, Chicago, IL.

“I was constantly vacuuming dog hair in my house and car – DoggyHairNets has changed all that,“ says Fred Rembert, inventor of DoggyHairNets. The response has been overwhelming – dog owners feel like they’ve been liberated and dogs everywhere are back on sofas and in cars where they belong.”

DoggyHairNets are not just limited to dog lovers – dog groomers and professional dog handlers have taken an interest in the product because it is wearable for long periods of time, and it breathes and moves fluidly with dogs’ movements. Pet boutiques and pet stores are finding it is a product that resonates with their customers.

DoggyHairNets are currently available online and in select pet stores.

9 thoughts on “Manufacturer Introduces New Line of Dog Hairnets

  1. I know this concept to many might seem a bit too-too or over the top. However, as mom to two terriers with seasonal pollen allergies (grass pollen) I plan to purchase these and try them out because little terriers playing outdoors tend to come back in with pollen clinging to their coats and not only scratching frantically but shedding pollen inside the house. I don’t frankly give a darn about having to vacuum up dog hair around the house, it’s just part of having dogs. I do care very much that my guys get some outdoor environmental pollen relief and am hoping that this “jacket” which can be removed on the back porch before dogs coming into the house will not only help with their allergies but keep a goodly percentage of the pollen outdoors where it belongs.

    1. Hi, the DoggyHairNet is rapidly becoming popular with dog lovers. It does protect your dog from fleas, ticks, and will keep pollen from clinging to their coats, and I promise you that your dog will not scratch.

  2. i dont,but alot of owners dress their dogs in alot worse than these. can also see how they could help people wth dog allergies,but if you really dont want the hair DONT BUY THE DOG. what are we becoming,and can we degrade them much more,poor bloody creaturesat the mercy of all of our whims.

    1. Hi, Macie (dog in outfit) is very happy in her Doggyhairnet. She looks that way because she doesn’t like being still too long. View the video on my site, and you will see how happy dogs are wearing the DoggyHairNet.

  3. My shelties do tracking and get covered in prickles. This could be a nice light weight way of just peeling the prickles away with the hairnet! Might just get one! lol

  4. I’ve been taking my dog to a nursing home for almost 2 years. Now with a new chef, he saids my dog can no longer come into the diningroom without a hairnet. All these seniors will be so disappointed, they would rather see the dog then eat the chefs food. So now I am looking for a doggie hair net for med. size dog, or make one.

  5. I purchased the original hair net and it slid down my dogs neck and shoulders and she would end up walking on it with her back feet. It was impossible to keep it on. I was constantly pulling it up. Will the new design eliminate that problem?

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