One Potential Downside To A Robotic Vacuum

Submitted by: Squrlz4Sale 4 years ago in Tech

If you own a dog and Roomba, you need to watch this.
There are 27 comments:
Male 14,334
@DingDingDong

OH YA!!!!!
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Male 196
More to the kitchen sink? (It should have said mop to the kitchen sink)
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Male 196
He acts like his world is coming to an end. People that can`t solve problems like this deserve to have things like this happen to them. Throw the rug away? lol....stupid reaction.
He needs to start mopping his way into the house and more straight to the kitchen sink. This isn`t a good thing that happened but if he is using a Roomba then you know he doesn`t clean much and his house needed a good mopping.
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Female 53
That`s a fugly rug. I think the dog did them a favour.
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Male 1,511

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Female 154
Hahahaha!!!!
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Male 5,811
Best use for a Roomba.
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Male 75
Poor bastard.
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Female 1,803
Maybe he needs to get a scooba, the wet version.
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Male 1,497
I have a roomba as well, it ran over wet cat food once. I had to use Q-tips to clean the thing. It still works great though. I`m glad I got it as is my wife.
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Female 2,027
phahahhahahahhahahah
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Male 904
Best "I couldn`t be happier right now" ever.
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Male 554
LMFAO! hahahahahahahahahaha
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Male 59
Well at least it tried!
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Female 1,540
Another reason to kennel train your dogs.
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Male 7,775
Wonder if he threw away the roomba or the dog.
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Male 17,512
bacon_pie: Cats throw up hair balls, so this could happen to a cat owner as well.
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Male 1,920
I have two dogs, one of which is part chow. I also have a roomba and carpeted floors. The roomba does a decent job of picking up the chow`s hair between `real` vacuuming and only occasionally gets stuck on something.

My other dog is also very territorial and tries to attack anything that makes noise (vacuum, steam cleaner, hair dryer etc.), but to my surprise she doesn`t pay any attention to the roomba for some reason.

I also don`t let the roomba run when I`m not home just in case there is some problem. My dogs don`t mess in the house, but like was said earlier anything can happen with a sick animal.
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Male 3,061
Just another reason to own a cat.
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Male 1,803
I have a roomba, I hate it, you have to keep your floor so fricking clean (no socks, loose wires, floor lamps) that you might as well have a bloody Dyson anyway for all the time you save.

And it doesn`t like my 39 euro shagpile rug from IKEA. Refuses to drive onto it.

Don`t get one people.
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Male 1,341
"*ALL* dogs will go on the floor if they are sick, or have emotional shocks."

He might have a puppy, that takes insanely huge dumps.
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Male 1,268
If you use FML as if it were a word out loud, your irobot is required to poo smear your home. It`s in the manual.
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Male 307
That`s just... well hell - gross.

My housekeepers come once every two weeks, but for in-between maintenance, I thought about buying a roomba as my new place is major hardwoods except for carpeting in the bedrooms... thank god, my dog doesn`t normally go on the floor. I would be more concerned about him attacking it while it goes zooming around - he`s extrodinarily territorial.

@ CaptKangaroo - quit being a moron and so judgemental. *ALL* dogs will go on the floor if they are sick, or have emotional shocks. There are times that they just can`t hold it for some reason; this video isn`t necessarily the sign of a bad owner.
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Male 38,774

I like the robot floor cleaner.
If only there were a robot duster!
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Male 1,341
Sure is a good thing my dogs don`t poo on the floor, and I`m not so lazy that I can`t pull out a vacuum for 5 minutes a day.
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Male 2,880
If you took proper care of your dog, it wouldn`t be crapping in your house. If you weren`t too bloody lazy to sweep a freaking floor, your dumbass irobot wouldn`t be spreading messes around your house.
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Male 6,227
Link: One Potential Downside To A Robotic Vacuum [Rate Link] - If you own a dog and Roomba, you need to watch this.
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