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    Default Artificial turf in dog runs

    Has anyone put artificial turf in their dog runs? I was thinking of doing it in Bella's because she has killed most of the grass now and its all muddy and yuck.

    I was thinking of getting the OH to lay a concrete slab down to bolt the run onto (which will make it a bit more secure as well) and then putting the turf over the the slab so that it's a bit squishy for her. She doesn't go to the toilet in there at all so I would only need to worry about cleaning chewed up toys and bones.

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    thats artificial grass and its great. the only problem with it as far as dogs go is it has little rubber balls that hold the pile up and they stick to bones. something like they use on hockey fields wouldn't have that problem though.

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    Our pool area is surrounded by artificial grass and during the wet months i close off the back gate so they only have access to the garage & pool. I havent accounted any problems with it, its easy to hose clean if need be

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    I seen on one website you can get "pet" stuff. I will have to have a talk to the OH and see if he is keen to do it! Looks much nicer too!

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