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    Old Dawg (Senior Member)

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    i have found that the great pyr with thousands of years of guardianship DNA is not prepared for the most vial of predators to their flock, the robot vacuum. This turns her OCD world upside down. left up to jazzy this THING would not have a place in this world and we would have to go back to pushing the old one around while she watches to make sure we did not miss a spot.
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    Hello guys! I got a roomb 980 after selling my 545 pet version. The new roombas are amazing! I had to really think long and hard before plunking down the cash for this roomba. I waited until Black Friday at Bed Bath and Beyond! I initially purchased the 960 and was so impressed by it that I upgraded to the 980. The 980 is much stronger than 960. It cost a lot more but the suction power is similar to my V6 dyson. For this reason, it works especially well on carpet.
    It is very useful if you have a prodigious shedder like a pyrenees. The only thing is to run it while you are at home. Kit had an accident a few days ago (unfortunately no 2) and the roomba dragged it around the house. Let's just say it was not a pretty picture. I am happy with the 980 because I don't need to vacuum 2x a day.

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    Old Dawg (Senior Member) SebastiansMom's Avatar

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    Patrick, I laughed out loud at your post! Sebastian doesn’t mind the missed spots or haphazard vacuum lines, he hates HATES that the evil machines make hideous vacuum noises AND move around by themselves! Chester thinks that Roombas are fun chase toys, but Sebastian chooses not to fraternize with the enemy.

    I’m not sure how I would “protect” him from the diabolical vacuum monsters if I didn’t have a two-story house.
    Sebastian is on Facebook!
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