I am not okay with the contaminants

For countless years, my children begged me to buy them a dog. They provides to walk, feed and bathe your canine. They swore that the pup would cause me no work whatsoever. Just six months before, I finally gave in and we got your dog. He is a mixture off different breeds, and we rescued him from the local SPCA. For approximately two weeks, my three children dutifully took care of the dog’s needs. However, the dog sheds in great amounts and I found fur all over. It seemed like I has been constantly sweeping and vacuuming, though I discovered fur on a couch, carpet and clothing. As i checked the air filter in the HVAC system, I found it clogged with fur. I knew the presence of the dog was impacting our indoor quality of air. I contacted my local HVAC contractor for some advice, and he suggested that i change the air filter oftener and also invest in an air purifier. As the air passes with the HVAC air handler, the purifier captures a lot of contaminants, including pet dander, debris, bacteria, fumes, and pollen. The oxygen purifier cleans the air inside the entire house about eight intervals every hour. Installing the air purifier haven’t only improved our indoor air quality and cleanliness entrance, but also protects the integrity within the HVAC equipment. I certainly don’t want fur getting contained in the furnace or air conditioner and clogging circulation. This could lead to HVAC repairs, higher energy bills, and decreased comfort. Now that I have the problem of the dog’s coat solved, I need to figure out the way to motivate my children to satisfy the feeding, walking and showering. After having the dog for 2 weeks, his care became this responsibility.