How to choose best fake grass for dogs?
Not surprisingly, many homeowners who choose to install artificial grass are dog owners.
The advantages of artificial grass for dogs cannot be ignored.
The fact is, dogs and real grass don't go together. A urine-burned, mottled lawn is the hallmark of real grass, and it has to deal with the kind of constant, heavy use that dogs and pets put it through.
But it's not just the aesthetic appeal of artificial grass that attracts so many pet owners. To say the least, the dirt from dirty paws being stepped on into the house is frustrating, and many dog owners quickly tire of cleaning up muddy paws - and the places they've been - multiple times a day.
With artificial grass, mud and messes are a thing of the past, and rain or shine, your furry friend can run around on your lawn all day without getting muddy.
If, like many other pet owners, you've decided to take the plunge and install artificial turf in your home, then you've come to the right place.
If you're completely new to artificial grass, you may not realize that there are so many different types to choose from and that not every type of artificial grass is suitable for every application.
The popularity of artificial grass means that it is now used in everything from commercial and public areas to balconies and patios, school yards and playgrounds to around swimming pools.
However, in today's article we'll explore some of the key aspects you need to consider in order to choose the best artificial grass for your dog or pet.
We'll explore everything from recommended fleece heights, fleece densities and the best types of synthetic fibers to choose from, as well as discuss the best installation methods for dogs and pets.
What is the best stacking height for dogs and pets?
You may have heard that the shorter the fleece, the more durable it is.
This is indeed true to some extent, especially if you choose artificial turf made of polyethylene or polypropylene.
If the artificial grass is made from these two types of plastic, you could select about 0.78 inch artificial grass.
Other than that, it's really a matter of personal choice and you can choose different turf lengths exactly to your liking.
If you like the look of freshly mowed grass, we recommend choosing a 25mm pile fake lawn such as Inverness.
Some people may prefer a slightly longer grass, so Aberdeen's 35mm hay pile is a good choice.