Enjoy all the comforts of real grass lawn, but never the problems with it! That is what artificial grass owners will tell you. And, if you have a four-legged family member, he will thank you for it! Fido will love the ability to romp and prance on the lawn without you worrying about him damaging the grass or marring the grass when he uses the lawn as his personal bathroom!
Today, synthetic grass is becoming popular across the country, particularly among pet owners. There are several reasons behind this.
Imagine a lawn that does not have bald spots or holes? Do you think it would be possible to maintain a pristine lawn with a dog in the family? Dogs by nature love to dig and chew, but with synthetic grass, this does not happen. With no organic-smells, Fido will not be tempted to dig and chew.
When a dog decides to use your lawn as a toilet, you will notice the grass turning yellow because of presence of nitrogen, urea and other chemicals in the waste. Thankfully, this will not be a problem with artificial grass, as it is immune to all chemical present in your dog’s waste.
What makes synthetic grass a pleasure for pet owners is the ability to clean up dog waste. When you let out your dog, you never have to worry about the waste penetrating through the blades of grass and turning your garden into a malodorous cesspool that harbors harmful pathogens. You can just pick up the dog waste and anything remaining behind can be hosed down. With no scope of proliferation of pathogens, you can even sit out on the soft synthetic grass and play with your kids.
When your dog finishes playing and makes his way into the house, you don’t have to walk behind him with a mop cleaning muddy paw prints from the floor.
You can be certain your dog will love the artificial grass as much as you do. But to maintain its looks and appearance, make sure you clean up dog waste immediately and hose down the grass, so that remnants of the waste drain away. Furthermore, every 2 to 3 weeks, use a mild detergent on the grass and rinse it thoroughly.
With so many benefits, how can you stay away from a synthetic lawn that will keep Fido and you extremely happy and healthy?