Dog Training Flooring
Dog Training Flooring, Dog Floor, Agility Floor Tiles, Flyball Floors
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Interlocking dog agility mats, Dog training rubber floors, Dog obedience flooring
If you are going to spend any significant time training your dogs indoors, then it is worth it to invest in quality dog training flooring. Good dog training flooring offers shock absorption, provides cushion, has a textured surface for plenty of traction, and is durable enough to withstand the demands of your training. Whether you'll be training obedience, sport dogs, flyball, or agility dogs, Greatmats offers dog training floor mats for all applications. Some of the world's top dog trainers use our flooring, and for good reason.
Consider our dog training floor mats for the following applications:
- Professional dog training facilities
- Home dog training spaces
- Dog show flooring
- Dog training class spaces
- And more
Choosing the Right Flooring for Your Training Facility
When you shop at Greatmats, you'll have plenty of choices when it comes to dog training mats.
Consider the following factors to help you identify the right flooring for your facility:
- Type of training that is performed in the facility
- Amount of traffic your facility sees, and how durable your flooring needs to be
- Ideal installation methods - will you be installing the flooring yourself?
- Importance of semi-permanent or temporary installation - will you need to be able to move or relocate the flooring?
- Size of the space - for larger spaces, rolls of flooring may be a more practical choice, both in terms of cost and their ability to cover large spaces with minimal seams
Types of Dog Training Flooring
At Greatmats, we offer dog training suitable for use both indoors and outdoors. Our flooring options are made of foam, rubber, plastic, and artificial grass, all of which provide plenty of traction. The flooring offers a forgiving surface that is safe for both dogs and their trainers, and our flooring options are aesthetically pleasing, too. Each type of flooring is a little bit different, though, so we've highlighted the benefits each flooring type provides.
Foam Dog Training Flooring
Foam is the most popular flooring option when it comes to professional dog trainers. Foam provides superior cushion and shock absorption, making for a forgiving surface that will help keep both dogs and trainers comfortable. If you will spend hours a day teaching classes and training dogs, then you will likely prefer the cushion of foam flooring over other flooring types.
Our Foam Interlocking Dog Agility Mats are our most popular training flooring option. These dog training floor mats are made of a durable EVA foam, so they provide superior cushion, traction, and shock absorption. These cushy mats do not run the risk of damaging the dog's foot, bones, joints, or toenails, maximizing safety and providing an optimum training surface.
These mats are easy to install and come in 3.3x3.3-foot reversible puzzle squares. Simply install the mats over a hard, flat surface and interlock them for a secure fit that will not pull apart. These mats are non-absorbent and are easy to clean.
World renowned trainers have used Greatmats dog agility mats for years without the need to replace any tiles or utilize the reversible properties, despite heavy daily use. Note: Dog toenails will puncture this foam material, but it will not affect its function.
Rubber Dog Training Flooring
Rubber is another popular option for training flooring. A bit more durable than foam flooring, rubber is gentle on the pads of the dogs' feet while also providing a non-slip surface that will not scuff, mar, or puncture. Additionally, rubber is an economical flooring option, making it a popular choice for larger training facilities, or facilities which will see heavy traffic and use.
For larger installation, rolls of rubber are quality, durable, economical options. Rolled rubber covers large areas with very few seams, and it is easy to clean. Rubber flooring will last for years with proper care. It can be seam sealed and glued down for a water-tight permanent installation.
Greatmats rolled rubber flooring is made of 100% recycled materials, so it can qualify for LEED points. You'll have the peace of mind knowing that your flooring choice is environmentally friendly. Rolled rubber is reversible, so you can get maximum use out of both sides, but keep in mind that the rolls are heavy and will require multiple people to flip and handle.
If rolled rubber is a bit more than you're looking for, consider our straight edged or puzzle style rubber tiles and mats. Rubber tiles and mats are a much more manageable size, and are preferred for installations over smaller areas.
Our Geneva Rubber Tile features a tight interlocking design for easy, DIY installation. You can even cut the tiles to fit for wall-to-wall installations. There is no adhesive required for installation, and these tiles have a low rubber odor, making them suitable for indoor use. At 3x3 feet in size, these tiles are small enough to manage but are large enough to quickly cover significant areas.
Our Fitness Rubber Floor Mats are another great option for dog training floor mats. These mats are available in 4x6-foot sizes, so you can quickly floor a large area. The mat's straight edges are precision waterjet cut, and you can place mats next to each other for a durable, quality floor. These dog training mats offer a non-slip diamond top surface texture to keep trainers and their dogs safe.
If you're looking for an attractive outdoor flooring option, consider our Dog Bone Pavers. These rubber pavers offer excellent shock absorption and protection, and are slip-resistant even when wet. Highly durable, these pavers can be adhered or loose laid. They even help to control bacteria and dust, making for a healthier training environment for you and your dogs.
Plastic Dog Training Flooring
Plastic flooring provides dogs and trainers with excellent traction. Made of PVC, our plastic tiles are lightweight and easy to install, yet are durable enough to hold up to plenty of use. They are available in plenty of eye-catching colors, so you can customize the appearance of your facility. Consider incorporating your branding colors or other design elements to make your business stand out.
Our SupraTile Diamond Pattern Color Tiles are brilliantly colored and are warm and comfortable underfoot. They offer superior sound absorption for a more enjoyable training atmosphere, and are highly resistant to moisture, impact, and abrasion. Installation is quick and easy!
Similarly, our Tuff Seal Interlocking Floor Tiles are available in a wide range of color choices, and offer valuable anti-fatigue properties. These durable tiles can be easily installed over any flat, firm surface. There's no adhesive required, and these tiles provide anti-fatigue properties that you are sure to appreciate.
Artificial Turf Training Flooring
Artificial turf is a great choice for outdoor and indoor training flooring, as well as for dog show ring matting. Artificial turf brings a beautiful natural appearance to any facility, without the maintenance and hassle that real grass requires. Because of this, artificial turf mats make excellent dog show ground mats, but they're also a great way to revitalize any training facility.
Our Artificial Grass Padded Interlocking Tiles are both durable and slip resistant. They feature a textured nylon wear layer for added durability, and are an excellent indoor training flooring choice.
For larger areas, consider our UltimatePet Artificial Grass Turf. This turf is 100% permeable and is guaranteed to drain at over 250 inches per hour, meaning it can withstand the heavy rain and snow that accompany an outdoor installation. This turf is equipped with advanced UV inhibitors to protect against fading, and is stain-resistant. The artificial turf is soft to match natural grass, and has a high tear resistance, making it a great training surface choice.
Ordering Your Flooring
Whether you're looking to revitalize or create a new dog training facility, or are searching for the right dog show mats for your upcoming event, Greatmats is sure to have the right product for you. If you have any questions, our national flooring experts are happy to help. We not only offer quality products and service, but you'll find that Greatmats' dog flooring pricing is the most competitive in the industry, and we back it with a price match guarantee.
Commitment to Customers
At Greatmats, we want you to be happy with your product and with your shopping experience. That's why we offer a price match guarantee, and we operate our business with the Golden Rule model - treat others as you want others to treat you. Because we ensure that our customers are satisfied with every order, we have earned an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. You can buy from us with confidence, knowing that your satisfaction is our priority.
You can feel good about buying from Greatmats. We give back to the community by donating 5 percent of our annual profits to local non-profit organizations.
Do you have questions about these products? Would you like a quote or a sample of one of these flooring options? Please contact our customer service team at 877-822-6622. We would be delighted to help you choose the right flooring for your project.
Contests and Promotions
Honor a dog trainer by nominating him or her for Greatmats annual National Dog Trainer of the Year Contest. Nominations are accepted each October and voting takes place each November. Learn about the winners and the contest.