Dog Agility Mats Interlocking Tiles 3/4 Inch x 1x1 Meter

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Handling Time Estimate: 1-3 Working Days
  • Enjoy anti-fatigue relief for handlers and dogs
  • Create a safer training area for the dogs
  • Provides excellent traction with a non-slip surface
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  1. Enjoy anti-fatigue relief for handlers and dogs
  2. Create a safer training area for the dogs
  3. Provides excellent traction with a non-slip surface
  4. Safe waterproof, EVA foam mats for use with dogs
  5. Save time with a quick & easy DIY installation
  6. Get maximum portability with lightweight mats
  7. Delivers longevity with a reversible design
  8. Safe foam that’s lead free and latex free

Dog agility training, Flyball for dogs, Dog obedience training

Comfortable Dog Agility Mats

When dogs and handlers are spending time in training, having a safe, slightly cushioned flooring is vital. Our dog agility mats use an EVA foam that’s perfect to go over hard surfaces and to prevent achy joints.

This is the best indoor dog agility flooring for a facility that will host multiple types of dog-related activities. No matter what skills the animals are developing with their handlers, Greatmats agility flooring has the ideal mixture of cushioning and firmness to prevent slipping.

Easy to Install Foam Mats for Dogs

Each of our dog agility mats with interlocking tiles goes together securely without the need for glue or adhesive. The agility flooring has puzzle-style edges that pop together with little effort.

There’s no need to hire a professional to do the installation for this pet training agility matting. Additionally, each tile ships with 4 interlocking border pieces to simplify the process of finishing the edges of the layout.

Do not glue the tiles to the floor in the practice facility, so you can move them around later as needed or reverse them to hide excessive wear.

The layout goes quickly, as each dog floor mat measures 3.3 by 3.3 feet. It’s easy to create a comfortable training space with a DIY job.

Long-Lasting Dog Training Mats

Whether you are looking for cushioned flooring for obedience training or a safe, non-slip surface for flyball training or agility courses, our tiles provide a great value.

These high-quality mats are durable enough to serve as competition agility mats. Because they’re waterproof, they also work inside a puppy pen.

Each piece measures 3/4 inches in thickness, which provides the ideal mix of density and cushioning. The density ensures that you can place equipment on the mats without damaging them, there may be indentations from heavy items.

Bright Colored Dog Agility Mats

We offer multiple colors in our budget-priced dog agility flooring. For a large canine training facility that wants to designate different areas for certain activities, the different colors are helpful.

Offering bright colors can make the facility more fun for people visiting and for trainers to work with their animals. Colors available include:
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Green

Each color uses the same interlocking edge pattern, so you can mix and match colors as desired.


Please note that color tones and shades may vary within a single order. This does not represent a manufacturing defect. Since the material is soft, heavy equipment can indent the tiles but doesn't typically affect the use of the floor. You can use furniture coasters to help disperse the weight of the furniture.

Because of the softness of the foam, expect nail scuffing, puncturing, indentations, or other markings from the dog nails in the dog agility mats. This does concern some customers aesthetically when it initially occurs. However, these markings and indentions will not affect the performance or change the ability to deliver maximum anti-fatigue cushion and traction.

Not recommended for use outdoors as EVA foam will expand when exposed to direct sunlight and heat. Some customers have used them outside on a temporary basis.


Vacuum and damp mop as needed.


Ships via freight delivery shrink wrapped on pallets.

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In Stock Yes
Product Type Tile
Material Type Foam
Product Edging Interlocking
Thickness 3/4 inch
Width 3.30 feet
Length 3.30 feet
SF per Item 10.76
Weight 6.00 lbs
Packaging Shrink Wrapped on Pallets
Number of Pieces per Package Type 85
Non Absorbent Yes
Special Adhesives No
Universal Interlock No
Interlock Loss 0.03 feet
Material Hardness Shore C 40
Interlocking Connections Yes
Made In Taiwan
Surface Finish Felt grip top
Surface Design Solid color
Installation Method Interlocking, dry lay
UV Treated No
Reversible Yes
Border Strips Included Yes
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year limited

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Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Dog Agility Mats Interlocking Tiles 3/4 Inch x 1x1 Meter

Easy to store, move, and install. Looks great and the dogs love it! Don't forget to order a few extra pieces because you will need to do some trim work at the walls, etc. Highly recommended.

Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Dog Agility Mats Interlocking Tiles 3/4 Inch x 1x1 Meter

We put mats down in one and a half days. The floor is beautiful and we are ready to resume classes and dog training!!

Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Dog Agility Mats Interlocking Tiles 3/4 Inch x 1x1 Meter

Great product. Easy to clean. I would like to buy more to finish the room but the shipping cost is prohibitive

Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Dog Agility Mats Interlocking Tiles 3/4 Inch x 1x1 Meter

These mats are wonderful. I had previously been using gym mats from a box store in my basement training room and although they were less expensive, they did not last long and were constantly separating which posed a safety issue for my dogs.

Angie was my salesperson and she was great. Ordering was easy and they arrived in about 10 days. They came wrapped in packages of 5, each weighing about 30 lbs. and I was able to slide them down the stairs easily with a friend at the bottom to catch them. My project used 130 tiles and we had them down the stairs in less than an hour. They fit together easily, the only time-consuming part was when the last piece in a row had to be cut to fit. There is a Youtube video about how to cut them. I may have missed if the website has installation instructions - my only tip is that one of the corners of each tile has a little ''spade'' shape and for best results we found that putting that spade in the same location (upper left corner, etc) made the ins and outs of the cut edges line up perfectly.

Customer Rating: 5 Stars - Dog Agility Mats Interlocking Tiles 3/4 Inch x 1x1 Meter

Thanks from Alberta, Canada! So nice to have safe indoor training space!

Product Questions:

Q: Are your mats closed cell?
A: Yes, the foam is a closed-cell EVA foam material.
Q: What is the best way to clean this flooring?
A: For large areas, many of our customers use a walk-behind commercial floor cleaner with soft brushes. For smaller areas, the foam tiles can be vacuumed and damp mopped.
Q: Can you use bleach water for disinfecting? We disinfect every day to try and mitigate kennel cough. We rotate a bleach water solution with Odoban.
A: Yes, it's ok with a diluted solution.
Q: Does this flooring work outdoors? We are hoping to be able to work with our dog outdoors on a concrete area, but want to make sure that it will still be good flooring for her joints and also if it will stand up to the outdoor elements.
A: This foam tile is designed for indoor use. Foam tiles can expand or deform when exposed to increases in heat or humidity.
Q: I'm looking to convert a room in my house into a play/training room for my dogs. Would I need to remove the carpet from the room before laying down the mats, or would I be able to lay the mats down on top of the carpet?
A: It is advised to remove the carpet first to prevent the foam tiles from slipping on top of it.
Q: If it is laid down just for working the dog and then moved indoors for storage, will that be ok? I understand the life of the product may not be as long as if it were installed indoors. My primary use will be for jump grids and small sequences, and I too have a concrete area that has the optimum space for that work.
A: This is possible; just don't leave it outdoors.
Q: If it were used in a garage, would parking cars on it ruin it for agility training?
A: Parking cars on this foam flooring would surely crush this product flat.
Q: How much do the mats expand over time with both use and heat?
A: This will depend on the environment; 1/8 inch per mat over several years is not uncommon. The more stable the temperature and humidity, the less they expand.
Q: Do the mats have to be near a wall, or will they work in a central portion of space on top of pergola flooring?
A: The mats do not have to be wall-to-wall and can be installed on any hard, flat surface.
Q: Do these mats have a transition bevel for areas that are not against a wall? I don't want a tripping hazard.
A: This dog agility foam tile does not have any ramped edges.
Q: Dogs may accidentally urinate on the seams of these mats. What method do you recommend for cleaning up so these affected areas do not encourage others, and how can I maintain a clean and healthy floor in our facility?
A: Clean up any issues right away with hot water and a little bleach.
Q: Would these be ok for a dog daycare or more for just a training area?
A: These are not recommended for daycare, as these mats are foam and not as durable as rubber for scratching.
Q: In the specs, it says these mats have a felt grip top and are also reversible. Does that mean that both sides of the mat have a felt-grip top?
A: That is correct.
Q: Does this product tolerate people sitting on chairs for a prolonged period of time?
A: Furniture with pointy legs will indent this flooring. If you plan to utilize such furniture on this flooring, we highly recommend using furniture coasters.
Q: Would the mats be ok to install in a barn with cement floors? There isn't any climate control, but it is dry. I would like to convert my barn into a training area for my dog.
A: These would work very well over an indoor cement floor. Temperature fluctuations can cause some expansion/contraction, so you'd want to account for that, but water will not affect the mats.
Q: Could this also be used to play basketball?
A: This product would not be recommended for basketball. Our basketball court tiles can be viewed here.
Q: I want to put the mats and rubber tiles in a section of a finished building with a heater. However, I have noticed some condensation on the concrete during humid summer days. Will that affect the mats at all?
A: Water will not damage the dog agility mats or rubber tiles. However, you may run the risk of trapping moisture underneath them. In this case, you'll want to lift the mats and tiles, allow the floor to dry underneath, and then lay them back down again. We have had customers install a layer of raised flooring underneath the mats to combat this problem. This allows airflow beneath the mats.
Q: What is recommended temperature range for facility in which this product works best?
A: This is most commonly used at room temperature. These tiles can expand and contract with temperature and humidity fluctuations.
Q: Do you recommend any base under this flooring?
A: We recommend a hard, firm surface like concrete or other subfloor.
Q: How is this flooring affected by cold? If we don't get the building insulated and heated the first winter would it damage the floor to use it below freezing? Even after completing the building we may not always keep it heated. Temperatures in our area can go below zero Fahrenheit.
A: Temperature changes can cause EVA foam to expand and contract. If you are installing wall-to-wall, you will want to leave some room to allow for expansion so the foam tiles don't buckle when they expand. The foam will feel stiffer during cold weather.