EasyTurf Recommended by Cesar Millan to Better the Backyards of Pet Owners
World-renowned dog whisperer Cesar Millan recently announced that EasyTurf artificial grass is his lawn of choice for pet owners who seek to eliminate common lawn problems associated with pets.
EasyTurf, long-recognized by those in the artificial grass industry as an innovative product, recently released a proprietary, rinse-clean drainage technology. The 100 percent permeable backing was a vital contribution in the creation of the first and only artificial grass where even the messiest pet waste and outdoor spills can be easily rinsed away.
Millan says this drainage feature was critical in his decision to choose EasyTurf for the 10,000 square foot installation of artificial grass at his very own Dog Psychology Center.
“We have a lot of land to cover, so it’s important to me that our landscaping is easy to care for, safe for our pack and has proper drainage,” said Millan.
Along with its incredible drainage capabilities, EasyTurf products trump other artificial grass manufacturers on key customer deliverables like durability, comfort and look and feel.
“Not only does EasyTurf look just like natural grass, it helps to eliminate common lawn problems associated with pets like brown spots from urine, tracked in mud, grass clippings and it can even deter your dog from digging holes,” Millan stated.
EasyTurf’s state-of-the-art fibers and infill provide a safe, cushioned place for pets to play and train. Its advanced engineering and design ensures pets a durable, soft lawn for many years to come, while also drastically reducing lawn maintenance costs.
Millan, in a recent video explaining the installation of his own EasyTurf, stated, “EasyTurf was the best choice for us and it’s the best choice for your pack.”
EasyTurf of North Texas is the Authorized EasyTurf Dealer in Northern Texas and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
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