Our pets are well and truly members of our family, so we want to make sure that all aspects of our home are safe for our furry family members, right? This week, we're celebrating both National Dog Day & National Guinea Pig Day, so with those very special holidays in mind, we thought we'd delve into any concerns that you may have over transforming your family garden with Artificial Grass.
Artificial Grass For Pet Cages
Over the years, artificial grass has proven itself as a versatile alternative to organic lawn. It isn't just its appearance that makes it so popular. Whether you have rabbits or guinea pigs, lining the cage with leftover pieces of artificial lawn is a great way to share the love of this popular alternative to natural turf.
One of the most popular ways to line the cage is to use fake grass for flooring. Not only can it be washed down quickly and easily, but disinfectant can be used on this surface. This allows you to keep the cage clean and sanitary.
In addition, its natural and realistic appearance will give your pets a taste of fresh summertime lawn, even when it's pouring down with rain. This means happiness all-round.
A Sanitary Solution
Although we like to think our furry friends are just like us, unfortunately they're not. Unlike humans, our pets don't do their business on a toilet. Its likely that our pets do their business outside. But, we've all been there when our natural turf looks dry and patchy due to pet urine. However, with Artificial Turf, any marks or sign of pet urine can be swilled away, ensuring your lawn is clean and free of any unwanted business. It's perfect for cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and all your other furry friends.