There are a million benefits to owning a dog; companionship, exercise, fun and cuddles, just to name a few. Compared to these puppy pros there are far fewer canine cons; however one of them would have to be the hair. For certain breeds at least shedding can turn your once spotless house into a festival of fur, for which the tidy up just never ends.

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Fear not, dog owners, the Shed Defender is here and it promises to solve that particular problem, and a host of others, all the while upping your puppy’s cuteness quota to levels you never thought possible!

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The Shed Defender is essentially a onesie for your dog. “The patent pending Shed Defender is a onesie that contains the dog’s hair within the suit to reduce the shedding, perfect for in the house, car, or anywhere you don’t want to leave a trail of hair!” reads the description on Amazon.

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“It helps to reduce anxiety – the snug fit and gentle pressure gives the dog a calming effect.”

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“It can replace the medical cone – covering hot spots, post surgery, preventing scratching and itching, protecting and alleviating allergies and skin conditions.”

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The cozy onesie also protect your dog from ticks in the summer, keeps them warm and toasty in the snowy winters, and allows them to roll in the mud without causing too much of a fuss. What more could you ask for?

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Available in a range of sizes for all breeds, the Shed Defender retails at around £45 (around $55) and has proven so popular that they are rather difficult to find at the moment! But if you can get your hands on one, your doggy is sure to appreciate it, and you might just find your cleaning time cut in half. Truly a win-win!

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Most people and their dogs loved the onesie

While other people were unhappy about the quality of the product as well as their dogs’ reactions to it

Some reviews were glowing in their praise for the product, with the primary purpose of reducing shedding seemingly working a treat. It seems that not all dogs were entirely happy about the situation though. If your dog doesn’t take to the onesie, best not to force them to wear it. It’s also important to check with the vet first. What’s more important, a few hairs or your dog’s happiness?

You can buy the onesie in various sizes on Amazon