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    Default Dyson ... # 16!?

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    I have to stick up for my Dyson 'animal' model ... I love this thing.
    I have 2 labs - a jack russell - and a GSD - ALL live inside and I am crazy about keeping a clean house. LOL - it's not what you would imagine a house with 4 inside dogs would look like. Trust me.

    The attachments are easy to use and the thing never looses suction (just like they claim) ALso - I love never having to buy a bag and the way the dust and hair empties into the garbage avoids a could of debris back into the air like some other bag less vacuums.

    I sound like a geek defending my vacuume but it has really helped keep down those corner piles of hair that sneak up time to time.

    best of luck with toddler full steam ahead!

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    I have to agree with Chris the Dyson purple for pets is hands down the best vaccum made.

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    Dyson here too. It works well. The animal is an extra $100 and gives you the turbo attachment that we never use. I think the yellow dyson is identical except for that (and the color purple).

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    We just got a Dyson animal as a wedding present. It was good, but my wife wanted to return it for the Hoover Windtunnel 2 and a bunch of other stuff. The Windtunnel 2 was only $200 at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. So we had $350 in store credit to buy other junk. It does just as good of a job as the dyson, maybe even better. I'd say get the windtunnel and use the extra money to buy something fun!

    Hunter

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    We sprang for the Dyson Animal 15 and the house has never been cleaner. Easy to maneuver, easier to clean than any vacuum I've ever owned, and plenty of practical attachments....not to mention the verrrrry long hose extension.

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    Well my Kenmore didn't do squat compared to the Dyson.... If the local lab club recommends it.... It's gotta be good.

    Angie

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    Angie, what model did you have? Was it the newer progressive canister unit, the was #1 in consumer reports?

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    We had an Oreck for five years (it was a gift). We thought it did a good job, but also had the Oreck Rug Cleaning machine and thought it did a lousy job, plus we were always sending it for repair.
    A couple of years ago we purchased a Dyson (not the animal model) and it does a wonderful job. We have very little dog hair buildup when we use our Hoover Rug Steam Cleaner. Looks like the Oreck vac and rug cleaner were both worthless.
    We got our Dyson through Heartland America (check goggle for website). They sometimes have The Animal Dyson on sale at about half store prices (some will have a scratch or two).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty Marsh Labradors
    Angie, what model did you have? Was it the newer progressive canister unit, the was #1 in consumer reports?
    An old ancient one..... I bought the dyson 3 years ago when it was the new up and coming. I love it.

    Angie

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    Anyone have a Dyson animal model that they want to get rid of ?
    john
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