Engineered to remove pet hair.

Dyson Animal vacuum cleaners don't lose suction, so they remove more pet hair, dust and dirt from your home. They also come with a turbine tool to clean pet hair and dirt from hard to reach places such as stairs, upholstery and the car.

Dyson Animal vacuum cleaners

DC41 Animal Complete

DC41 Animal Complete

DC41 Animal Complete is engineered for outstanding cleaning performance, with extra tools for pet hair and ground-in dirt. It comes with Dyson’s new Tangle-free Turbine tool. DC41 Animal Complete has the strongest suction at the cleaner head, which automatically self-adjusts for different carpet lengths and hard floors. It has Dyson’s Radial Root Cyclone™ technology, and the latest Ball™ technology for smooth steering.

DC41 Animal

DC41 Animal

Strongest suction at the cleaner head.

DC39 Animal

DC39 Animal

DC39 Animal has Dyson’s latest Radial Root Cyclone™ technology with remodeled airways to maximize suction power. It has Ball™ technology to turn on the spot and follow with greater control. DC39 Animal comes with a Triggerhead tool so there is no need to bend down and adjust between floor types. There's also a Tangle-free Turbine tool to remove dirt and hair from carpets and upholstery.

Features of all Dyson Animal vacuums

Tangle-free Turbine tool

Tangle-free Turbine tool

The Tangle-free Turbine tool is the only turbine tool that doesn’t tangle. It uses counter-rotating heads with brushes to remove hair and dirt from carpets and upholstery and releases it straight into the bin.

Certified asthma and allergy friendly

Asthma & Allergy friendly

These vacuums are certified asthma & allergy friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

Root cyclone technology

Root Cyclone™ technology

Patented Dyson cyclone technology with airflows remodeled to maximize suction power. The most powerful constant suction.

No filters to buy

No extra costs

No belts, bags or filters to buy. Parts and labor are covered for 5 years. Toll-free telephone support from Dyson experts in Chicago.