By Nell Velez. Dog Kennels. Published at Sunday, June 24th, 2018 - 23:45:26 PM.
Despite its growing popularity among private home-owners, however, it is for its role in public spaces that artificial grass continues to be best known. While parks continue to go with natural grass as a general rule, almost every other public space has opted for artificial turf, or astro-turf, as the perfect lining for their floors. Swimming pools, for example, often employ it, as it allows for safe barefoot padding without creating muddy footprints as a result.
Advantages of Artificial Grass - As noted above, artificial grass is significantly more weather-resistant than natural grass. Rolls of turf also tend to be durable, enduring a fair amount of wear and tear, and require very little by way of trimming or tending once they have been laid down. The majority of artificial turf options are also excellent for homes with pets and children, as, unlike real grass, they cannot be dug up or through and do not generate mud – a parent’s dream!
Look for chicken or chicken meal on the dog food ingredient list. Your dog needs this quality protein and it should be at least 25%, by volume. Next on the list should be vegetables, fruits, and healthy, digestible grains. If you stumble on one you cant pronounce, its probably not a good thing to feed your dog. If you read corn or wheat in the ingredient label – run far, far away. These are poisons to the canine system and can cause stomach upset, dull and itchy skin, tooth decay, and lethargy.
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