Dogs may be man’s best friend, but the hair they shed can be considered one of our worst enemies. Cats are no picnic either. When you have pet hair all over your carpets and upholstery, there are only so many vacuum cleaners powerful enough to get the job done. Our Best Vacuum for Pet Hair list features vacuums which eat pet hair for breakfast, lunch & dinner and are always hungry for more.
Best Vacuums for Pet Hair
#5 Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Handheld Vacuum (Corded)
The Bissell Pet Hair Eraser is a small, corded and inexpensive Pet hair vacuum. Priced at around $30 this Pet hair vacuum provides plenty of hair sucking value. The cord is 16 feet and includes two specially designed nozzles. Works on upholstery, auto, and carpet.
#4 Bissell Pet Hair Eraser Hand Vacuum (Cordless)
This wireless pet hair vacuum from Bissell provides two tools. One tool for removing pet hair from upholstery and one for cleaning in tight places. This wireless pet hair vacuum costs around $50 so it shouldn’t break the bank. Black vacuum body with lime green accent colors.
#3 Hoover T-Series WindTunnel Upright Vacuum
A great all-around vacuum, the Hoover T-Series WindTunnel is particularly adept at picking up pet hair with its air powered pet hand tool for floors, pet upholstery tool for furniture, and 12″ extension wand & crevice tool for hard to reach spots.
#2 Shark Navigator Lift-Away Professional Vacuum
The Shark Navigator is both a full size push vacuum and handheld vacuum all in one beautifully crafted package. This professional grade vacuum is not only lightweight, but has the sucking power needed to eliminate even the most embedded pet hairs.
#1 Dyson DC50 Ball Compact Animal Upright Vacuum
Weighing in at only 11.6 pounds, the Dyson DC50 Ball vacuum is so light you would swear it must be made of feathers, but it is, in fact, about as durable and rugged as a vacuum can get. Designed beautifully, the DC50 is pet hair’s worst nightmare.
Home Pro Tip: You can remove pet hair with nothing more than a pair of rubber gloves and some water. Simply put a glove on, spritz it with water and begin running your gloved hand over your hairiest surfaces. You will be amazed how much hair sticks to the glove. To remove the hair, just run the glove under the sink or bucket of water.