As much as we adore our dogs, dealing with the constant shedding of dog hair can be frustrating, time-consuming, and costly. The truth is, even after grooming, dogs still tend to shed hair, and it can be challenging to keep our homes free of dog hair. Even if you don't let your furry friend sleep in bed with you, the buildup of pet fur can quickly become a daunting issue.

But did you know that selecting the right bedding can help repel dog hair and help with this problem? Yes, you heard it right! Choosing the right bedding can make a world of difference in reducing the accumulation of dog hair in and on your bed.

In this one-shot blog post, we will take a deep dive into the factors you need to consider when choosing bedding that repels dog hair. We will provide insightful information that will help you make an informed decision on the right bedding to buy, ensuring a happy and hair-free home for you and your furry friend.


When deciding on sheets, comforters, or duvet covers that are adept at fighting off dog hair, there are several fabric options available. Tightly woven materials like cotton, linen, microfiber, silk or satin  are the best choices as they will repel dog hair and provide a smooth surface, making it easier to remove the remaining pet hairs.

Avoid fluffy materials such as velvet or fleece, as these tend to attract more hair and make it harder to keep clean.

Hypoallergenic Material

Hypoallergenic bedding material offers an excellent solution for people who suffer from allergies caused by dust mites and other allergens. They are not only comfortable, but they also repel dust mites, mold, and bacteria.

These materials with a tight-weave structure prevent the infiltration of dust mites and other allergens. Natural materials like cotton, wool, and silk are ideal materials for making hypoallergenic bed sheets. In addition to natural fabrics, synthetic fabrics like microfiber can also serve as hypoallergenic materials. However, they are not as breathable as natural materials and may cause discomfort and overheating during bedtime.


For comforters or duvets, the weight and insulation matter.  In addition, having a heavy, insulated covering can cause your pup to overheat.


Bedding needs to be washed regularly to keep it free of pet hair (as well as for hygiene reasons of course!) How easy are the sheets to wash? Some fabrics might need special attention so make sure to read labels closely before making final selections, and pay attention to warnings like “dry clean only". When it to comforters or duvets, most can easily be washed and dried with regular washing machine settings, but some may need to be taken to the dry cleaner for a professional cleaning.

Quality and Durability

When selecting bedding for your pup, you must factor in both quality and durability to ensure the best experience possible. Pay close attention to materials, construction, craftsmanship and read reviews for insight on the longevity of the product. Ultimately, you want something that is comfortable and will last a long time.


Choosing the right color bedding can make hair less visible - because, let's face it, no matter what you do, some hair will always be around. Steer clear of light colors - darker colors will hide fur better.


If you want your bedding to be able to handle a little moisture or a tiny accident, then look for a stain-resistant fabric. Stain-resistant fabrics and coatings can help prevent spills and other messes from setting permanently into the bedding.


This may sound obvious, but check the size of the item carefully before you buy.

With comforters and duvets in particulars, it’s important to make sure that whatever option you select offers enough coverage for everyone.


The price of bedding is always an important factor to consider when choosing the right option for your home. Generally speaking, higher quality bedding items such as 100% cotton sheets, hypoallergenic comforters and duvets with higher thread counts will cost more. That being said, if you would rather not buy the most expensive option, there are still plenty of good quality bedding items at mid-level prices that should last a few years without needing to be replaced.

To Sum Up

Choosing bedding that repels dog hair is a fundamental step toward maintaining a clean and healthy home environment. In selecting the right beddings, the materials used in their production, the construction methods, size, and color are all critical factors that matter. With more and more options available in the market, it is important to carefully assess each choice based on what works best for the particular needs of your pet, your family, and your home.

Ultimately, selecting bedding that repels dog hair is an investment, not only in the comfort and wellbeing of your pup but also for you and your family. With the right bedding choice, you can ensure that everyone in your home gets a good night’s sleep every time.

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