Artificial Grass For Dogs
Pet friendly artificial grass, Is your beloved pet constantly making muddy paw prints all through your house, not to mention ruining your lawn with yellow or burnt patches?
Switching to Artificial grass is an ideal solution to solve all of these problems, Dogs love it and so will you. The soft, hardwearing surface enables your pet to run and play outside whatever the Great British weather present and amazingly leaving no muddy paw prints.
Our grass doesn’t freezer over during the winter and never gets muddy. It’s also UV stable meaning the sun won’t effect it.
Don’t panic if pets ‘do their business’ on it, our fake grass is permeable and easy to clean. What’s more, the artificial grass fibres will remain completely undamaged.
Investing in an artificial grass lawn means it’s doggie heaven for playtime and hassle free gardening for you.
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Widespread use of polyurethanes was first seen during World War II, when they were utilised as a replacement for rubber, which at the time was expensive and hard to obtain. During the war, other applications were developed, largely involving coatings of different kinds, from aeroplane finishes to resistant clothing. Polyurethanes are polymers and best thought of as chains of three-dimensional structures made up of long, repeating smaller units called monomers
It may sound silly, but research proves that dogs/pets can be allergic to latex. latex toys or artificial grass tend to show contact dermatitis The latex can affect dogs by causing a skin reaction such as redness, dry/scaly skin and hair loss. Constant scratching, chewing and licking can be a behaviour shown..
PU will not absorb moisture, liquids or urine as latex does and so greatly reduces hygiene/odour issues associated with dogs and artificial grass, however we still recommend hosing your grass once your pet has done their business as often as possible.
Artificial Grass For Kennels
artificial grass for dogs, If you are kennel owner or a doggy day care centre you will know how important it is exercise the dogs in your care, however finding the perfect all year round surface where the dogs can run and play can be difficult.
Natural grass areas is simply not at option:
- The area becomes unusable in wet weather due to mud.
- It will not withstand regular rough and tumble play particular with larger dogs.
- Dogs can damage the grass by digging
- Urine can leave yellow patches.
- Its high maintenance – the grass needs cutting regular and damaged areas need repairing.
- A badly managed grass area, can look unsightly to customers visiting the premises.
So what’s the solution?
Simple ….Fake Grass.
Artificial grass has been around for many years, however its popularity has increased since more businesses including: Kennel Owners, doggy day care centres, agility training centres, dog run areas, dog show events and other pet friendly environments are realizing the benefits of the fake grass.
How Do You Clean Artificial Grass Used By Dogs
Artificial grass for dogs, Unlike real grass our Artificial grass for dogs is incredible easy to wash and clean. The design of the grass allows pet urine to drain through the grass and will not cause any damage to the grass fibres or the backing of the grass. The grass colour will also not be affected by the dog’s urine. You will never see any yellow, brown or burnt patches of grass.
Any solid mess should be picked up straight away and disposed of in the normal manner. Any residual left behind can be hosed down with water. Specialist cleaning products are available to buy from other suppliers, however can be expensive, warm soapy water is normally sufficient along with a stiff brush.
For kennels and high traffic dog areas, during warm weather months we would recommend hosing the grass with water regular, this will prevent any urine smells. During wet weather this is not needed since the rain will clean / wash the grass for you.