How Artificial Grass is Pet Friendly
Artificial grass can provide a number of benefits for all pets.
- It can help to prevent the buildup of harmful bacteria and parasites that can be found in natural grass. Unlike natural grass, artificial grass does not require watering or fertilization, which means that it is less likely to harbor harmful microorganisms that can cause infections. At Artificial Grass and Landscaping, we only sell Camofill Infill that is encapsulated sand with antimicrobial Zinc Omadine® ZOE™ to prevent growth of bacteria, mold and mildew. The coating on this infill helps inhibit the growth of bacteria, fungi and algae, keeping your artificial grass pet safe as well as CA Prop 65 exempt.
- Artificial turf is designed to be easy to clean and maintain, which means that pet owners can easily remove any waste or debris that their dogs leave behind. Many artificial grass products are made with antimicrobial properties, which can help to kill bacteria and other microorganisms that may be present on the surface.
- Due to its non-porous surface, artificial grass does not absorb odors or moisture like natural grass. This can help to reduce the risk of unpleasant odors and prevent the growth of mold or mildew.
Overall, artificial grass can be a great option for pet owners who want to provide their dogs with a hygienic and safe outdoor environment. However, it’s important to note that regular cleaning and maintenance are still necessary to ensure that the artificial grass remains clean and free of harmful microorganisms.