What is the best floor for pet accidents?

Vinyl flooring: the optimum choice for pet-owners

Without a doubt, vinyl flooring is the best option for pets that have accidents. Luxury vinyl floors from Mannington come in a wide range of designs. Its slate and stone patterns look just like the real thing, as does its wood-styled laminates.

What is the best flooring for a dog kennel?

Everlast® Epoxy Floors are durable, healthy, safe, and easy to clean, saving you time and money now and in the future. Thicker is better! And don’t forget, with other types of flooring material, it can takes days for it to set properly. Often, you are not allowed to walk on the surface (or keep dogs in the kennels).

Is laminate or vinyl flooring better for dogs?

Vinyl flooring is the best floor for dogs. It’s an inexpensive, waterproof, scratch and stain resistant flooring that is also comfortable underfoot. Vinyl flooring will keep both you and your dogs happy.

What flooring do vets use?


They provide a seamless hygienic floor finish that is very robust. They are highly chemically resistant, and have no trouble tolerating cleaning chemicals, urine and other chemicals frequently come in to contact with floors in veterniary practices.

What can I put on floor so dogs don’t pee?

  • Citrus. The citrus smell is arguably the best dog repellent there is.
  • Vinegar. Just like citrus, dogs cannot stand the smell of vinegar.
  • Chili. Hot chili is a popular dog repellent.
  • Alcohol. Dogs hate the smell of alcohol.
  • Coffee Grounds.
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What is the toughest flooring with dogs?

Consider engineered hardwood with the most scratch-resistant finish available. Go for the hardest wood you can find, such as teak, mesquite, or hard maple. Wood with a matte or low-gloss look will do a better job at hiding scratches. And be sure to finish your floor with a scratch-resistant finish.

Does dog pee soak into laminate flooring?

Unless you are a quick draw on the mop; dog urine will damage laminate flooring, real wood flooring, engineered wood and tile grout. Unfortunately with a lot of flooring the pee will be absorbed into the floor itself or underneath and this is what can make the issue very difficult and expensive.

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