Synthetic Turf for Pets and Dogs Pets Grass 55 has classic straight fibers that stand steadily in height and direction. Pets Grass 55 artificial grass requires no water, fertilizer, mowing, feeding, weeding, or re-sodding and re-seeding. Our artificial grass for dogs can be appropriated in all environments from the winter times in the north to the desert climes in the south and southwest.
With a pile height of 1 " and Face Weight 55 oz.yd2, Petgrass-55 is ideal for pet areas, playgrounds, landscape. The combination of Emerald Green and Olive Green colors with Brown thatching looks natural and realistic.
While keeping your monthly fees, including your water bills, down is very attractive idea, there are advantages of an artificial lawn you might find even more appealing especially if you have pets. With Petgrass-55, you don’t have to worry about dirty and muddy paws on your kitchen floors. Installed artificial grass keeps the danger of ticks, fleas and other pests down. It is known that some pesticides and fertilizers can cause some serious sicknesses in animals. Installing Petgrass-55 artificial grass solves this problem completely. And, of course, you have a green and beautiful lawn to enjoy all year long.
Petgrass-55 is the safest, most durable and beautiful alternative to the old playground surfaces. Often installed in public park’s playgrounds, kindergartens and schools, it can help to reduce a risk of injuries, and to provide safe and beautifully looking environment for children to enjoy while ensuring low maintenance cost.
|color||Emerald Green and Olive Green with Brown thatching|
|pile height||1 "|
|face weight||55 oz.yd2|
|total weight||55 oz.yd2|
|stitch rate||25/10 cm|
|Roll Size (feet)||6' x 100'|
This video is really basic but watch it to see how liquids must easily drain through the turf. Next time you hear about the "Flo-Rite-Thru technology" you will know what they are talking about. Why is it ideal for the pet's owners? Because you really want to get the pet's urine off (or through) the turf as quickly as possible. Dog's urine doesn't "kill" an artificial turf as it kills a natural lawn, but we all know that the PH factor and the urine's nitrogen load are catastrophic for any type of material. So, the next time you shop for pet's grass check if it uses the proper "Flo-Rite-Thru" technology.