Dog Trainer Banks on EasyTurf

Dan Atkinson is the top dog at Kind to Canines, his dog and puppy training facility in Newport Beach, Calif.

He also leads the pack in EasyTurf’s Customer Referral program, rewarding a very generous referral payment for each EasyTurf installation that results from a recommendation.

Dan chose and recommends EasyTurf as his dog training grass and the artificial grass for dogs for the same reason – drainage.

“The number one reason I chose EasyTurf after looking at many synthetic grass systems for a commercial dog kennel was because EasyTurf had the best drainage capabilities, which is important with 20 to 30 dogs playing and training on it daily, seven days a week,” Atkinson said. “I love that dogs can play and train without getting dirty. EasyTurf is far cleaner and easier to disinfect than any natural grass.”

To register for the program simply fill out the short form at and drop in the names and email addresses for those you think would benefit from an EasyTurf lawn. The program will track your referrals and pay you $150 each time one of your recommendations installs EasyTurf. Even though Atkinson continues to cash in with his referrals, and with a few quick keystrokes, you an register and start earing rewards as well.

“I only refer products and services that I feel are the best on the market, and that I have personally tested and used,” he said. “ looks the same as it did the day it was installed.”

EasyTurf, with its revolutionary drainage capabilities, along with its realistic look and feel, make it the number one choice for anyone considering synthetic grass – home owners, pet owners, families and businesses. Because of its unmatched durability, EasyTurf has proven to stand up to the most rigorous conditions, and its low maintenance features make keeping a beautiful, problem-free lawn all year long easy. Furthermore, over time EasyTurf artificial grass saves thousands of dollars in maintenance and watering.

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