Google has announced that its new turf will make its way to the dogs of India, where the company has launched its first home depot turf for pets.
The new turf, dubbed Astro, comes in three sizes and comes in two colours: blue and red.
This means it can be bought from Home Depot for Rs 5,999.
The company has also launched an Astro branded dog park.
The company has said the Astro can be used for dogs that are up to a year old, as well as for those with a smaller breed, and will be available at all Home Depot stores and online from December 10.
Home Depot has also partnered with Tata Consultancy Services and India’s largest pet insurance agency, Indicare, to sell the Astro to the pet insurance industry, the company said in a statement.
The Astro is a premium, multi-coloured turf that has been specifically designed for dogs.
It is also a blend of premium and organic grasses, meaning it is suitable for the health of the animal as well, according to the company.
It comes with a 100-acre footprint that is large enough to house a puppy or small dog.
The Astro will cost Rs 4,999, and is available for dogs up to 1.5 metres long.
The turf will be sold exclusively through the Home Depot in India.
Home, which is the second-largest online pet insurance company in the country, is the biggest online retailer of dog insurance.
Home has also announced a new dog training program, and said it would be available on the company’s app starting December 10 for Rs 9,999 and will soon roll out to other cities and states.
“We have teamed up with Tata Consulting Services to launch Astro to pet insurance customers in India,” said Amit Kumar, Home’s chief executive.
“Astro will offer premium quality turf for dog training, and we are very excited to offer it to our customers in the future.”
The Astro will be launched at home depot outlets in Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Bengaluru and Bengaluru Metro stations and at home improvement centres across India from December 11.
The turf will also be available in stores in Mumbai, Delhi, Bengalururu and Ahmedabad from December 15.