Save the cars!

Anyone who lives with a big shedder like Preston can understand Mommy’s headache over dog hair in the cars!
A lot of Preston’s hair was accumulating in the hard-to-reach places in the car. For a long time, Mommy had given up on cleaning the hair out of her “puggle mobile”. But when the “puggle mobile” started to smell like a puggle even when Preston wasn’t on board, Mommy had to do something about the dog hair at the bottom of the car seats!
Mommy is happy to annouce that she has found the best gadgets to deal with this problem!
This Micro Vacuum Attachment Kit is one of the best $10 Mommy has ever spent.
Mommy’s cleaning gadgets-

It took a lot of effort but Mommy’s car is finally clean again!

As to the hair on the fabric upholstery, Mommy found the best way to remove it is with a slightly damp cloth.

Finally, for Mommy’s worst nightmare, Preston’s stinky anal gland accidents! (or sometimes just “mysterious stains”!), Mommy’s secret weapon is Folex Carpet Spot Remover.

8 Responses to Save the cars!

  1. kourtney says:

    jack and i leave hair all over mommys car too! shes going crazy! i’m going to have to tell my mommy about this. thanks preston!

    oliver and jack

  2. What a very informative post, Preston! You have given our mom the incentive to go out and clean our car! Thank you!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  3. Bruschi says:

    Bruschi’s Mom here….I just have to say that I burst out laughing when I read about the anal gland/mysterious stains! TOO FUNNY!
    Thanks for the heads up on those neat attachments! It sure looks like they reach all those “hard to reach places” with ease!!!

    If you think Preston’s shedding is bad, you should see Ebby’s! OMD!

    Hugs and Licks, Bruschi, Ebby and The Mom

  4. Wow, nice gadgets there. We’ll have to tell hu-mom about it since she never wears black in the mini van. Everyone ends up with a wonderful layer of pug/puggle fur on their backsides after being in her car! And she does clear the car…

    Drools and licks,
    Minnie and Mack

  5. Poochy the Puggle says:


    This is great. Daddy has been saying to Mommy that there are spots in the car (exactly shown in your pictures) that are impossible to be free from my fur. I don’t have to feel “guilty” anymore now. The ball is in Daddy’s court to clean up 🙂


  6. Thank you for this great post Preston…& P’s Mommy!

    My Daddy just bought my Mama a Dyson Animal, so I’d be more welcomed to her house. I’ll have to get Daddy to buy this mini kit too so I can ride in her car too….except, has your Mommy found anything to protect leather seats from Puggle nails? We’ll have to work on that next, since I only ride shot gun and I like to move around.

    My Mama really loves me, but she always tell me that if I wasn’t so darn cute and such a good dog, I’d be a street Puggle with all my shedding! I guess it pays to be good looking and well behaved!


  7. Hi Preston – thanks for your lovely comment and I’m SOOOOO happy to hear that you’re still working on a dance routine!!! I was so worried that you had given up or was thinking of pulling out – I would have been so gutted!!! Please don’t worry – this really is just for fun and will be judged on the MOST FUN – so nobody’s expecting something slick & perfect – just some tricks done to music and you & your Mummy having fun together! 🙂

    Oh yes – about your question about doctors – in the UK, they don’t get the “MD” letters after their name (Paul got BM BCh instead – which is Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgey) – and they are just known as “Dr. XX” – except when they become surgeons, then they change their names back to “Mr.XX” – it’s weird, isn’t it? It’s sort of a reverse snobbery thing, my humans think! 😉 So surgeons like Paul are called “Dr” all the way through their training but when they finally finish their Royal College membership exams and become consultant surgeons (I think you call them attendings) – then they drop the “Dr” and call themselves “Mr” again! 😛

    But Aus & NZ don’t follow that silly rule so Paul will just be Dr all his life! He actually doesn’t use the letters BM BCh after his name anymore because the tradition here is to use your “highest” qualification – so in his case, it’s FRANZCOG (Fellow of the Royal Australian & NZ College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology).

    He actually would have finished this year as a general O&G consultant but he has decided to subspecialise in Gynae-Oncology, because he doesn’t want to spend the rest of his life getting up at 2am to deliver babies – ha! ha! – so that is why he is doing these additional 3yrs of Fellowship (and why we have to move around so much!) – next year will be the last year of the Fellowship (whew!) and then he will be a Gynae-Oncology surgeon (rather than a general Obstetrician & Gynaecologist) – so then he will be looking for a permanent consultant’s position…which depends on which jobs are available then. I don’t know about the US but here, jobs are usually for life so an opening only comes up if someone is retiring…so we’ll have to wait and see! It’s a bit stressful not knowing where we’re going to settle eventually but I guess that’s part of a doctor’s life! 😛

    Honey the Great Dane

  8. Mowglis Mommy says:

    Thanks for sharing!

    Mowgli and Mommy