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Infographic: The Average Pet Owner on Cleaning

BowTie Inc., the publisher of Pet Product News International, asked pet owners for their thoughts on cleaning and the family pet. From the serious questions (What would make you switch cleaning products?) to the silly ones (Vacuum or Duster: Which is your Dog?), more than 1,000 pet owners weighed in on allergies, fur and other pet messes:

Average Pet Owner On Cleaning

  • 69.4% said they spend the most time washing their pets' bowls; washing beds and blankets came in second with 29.6%

  • 72.8% of respondents would rather clean up after their pets than their kids, spouse or guests

  • 66.3% said their dog would make a great vacuum; 22.5% said their dog would be a better duster

To read more of what they had to say, click on the thumbnail at right to see a larger image.





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