09 Jan Everything You Need To Know To Achieve A Pet-Friendly Turf.
Every pet owner can vouch that you need a space where your furry friends can run and play outdoors. Having a backyard for your pets will give them access to fresh air, which will only positively impact their health. As you love your pets like family, it’s important to install a pet-friendly turf to keep your pets happy and healthy. Here’s what you need to know before you get started.
Choose a pet-friendly turf variety
The first thing you need to do is to choose a durable and pet-friendly grass variety to keep your lawn lush and green for your pets. Our Matilda Buffalo grass is a perfect choice because it’s gentle to touch and walk on. This is why it’s a popular choice for households with kids and pets. Your pets can run freely and safely without fear of damage to your lawn or irritation to your pets.
Keep it clean
It’s natural for our pets to do their business on the lawn, but pet wastes can negatively impact the growth of your grass if you don’t address them as soon as they occur. As soon as you see pet waste, immediately scoop it up and throw it in the bin to keep your lawn clean and fresh. If you can, we highly recommend setting up a designated toilet spot for your pets to keep it central and therefore easier for waste disposal.
Consult with professionals for installation and maintenance
A properly installed and well-maintained lawn doesn’t only provide a safe and high-quality area for your pets, but it also increases the value of your property. When it comes to lawn solutions, Australian Seed and Turf is here to help you from preparation, installation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
Get high-quality turf that you and your pet can enjoy!
As one of the trusted turf suppliers in Melbourne, Australian Seed and Turf offers lawn solutions for your commercial or domestic turf. We provide freshly cut turf and we can help you out with its proper installation.
A beautiful lawn is only one call away! Contact us at (03) 9772 7632 or send us an email so we can discuss how we can be of help.