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Whats the best??

Not sure if this is the right place for this but here we go. I NEED A GOOD VACUUM. Having 2 dogs, a very active house, we end up tracking a lot of dirt and hair inside the house, so I was wondering; what’s the best vacuum for pets? And; does anyone have a Central Vacuum System? Right now I’m looking at a Dyson and just started looking at Central Systems.
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majority seem to recommend dyson. I have a shark professional and I love it. When I bought mine I just compared them online.


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majority seem to recommend dyson. I have a shark professional and I love it. When I bought mine I just compared them online.
Yeah ive been trying to compare them but i just wanted to see what people on here use since they have to deal with a dog that sheds a lot. haha Just wanna be sure before i spend $300 or so on a Vacuum. haha
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here's a thread. There was a more recent one too.


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here's a thread. There was a more recent one too.
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Dysons are WAY too heavy...get an oreck, the new light magnesium with the swivel head is AMAZING. Seriously.

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I have just a basic Oreck Commerical XL vacuum it's only 8 pounds and is fantastic at picking up all the fur.
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Dysons are WAY too heavy...get an oreck, the new light magnesium with the swivel head is AMAZING. Seriously.
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I have just a basic Oreck Commerical XL vacuum it's only 8 pounds and is fantastic at picking up all the fur.
I never even thought about Oreck, Ill have to look into them
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