Stanfield Heat Pads Archives - Osborne Pet Supply

Provide your pet with soothing comfort and warmth all year long with these heated pet pads.
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An American Pet Products Association survey states that almost half of all dogs and an even higher percentage of cats sleep with their owners. Despite how much pets like heated blankets and mattress pads, all the manufacturers and safety agencies recommend NOT using them with pets. The reasoning is that a pet’s claws could damage the heater wire insulation which would effectively bare it. This could be dangerous both for your pet and also for you, especially if the bare part of the wire should become wet either by their “accident” or from your drink spill.
Outdoor heated pet beds and pads should be placed on a flat, stable surface rather than on top of a bed or blanket.
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Our beds and pads are NOT pressure sensitive. All K&H heated beds and pads feature dual thermostats and are designed to warm to your pet's normal body temperature when he/she lies on the pad. This is a function of the insulation provided by a pet’s body, not the weight of the pet. Outdoor heated pet beds and pads should be placed on a flat, stable surface rather than on top of a bed or blanket.
Photo provided by FlickrOutdoor heated pet beds and pads should be placed on a flat, stable surface rather than on top of a bed or blanket.
Photo provided by FlickrExplore the heated dog bed and dog heating pads options available at Petco and keep your pup warm whenever the temperature takes a sharp dip.
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A cat heating pad is a small, padded device that your pet cat can rest on and which provides warmth. These pads are comfortable for cats of all ages and at all times of year, but most pets will especially enjoy them when it is cold outside. Older cats also tend to spend more time on their heating pads as compared with younger cats. There are a number of reasons why getting a heating pad for your cat may help to make him more comfortable and to ease discomfort that he feels as a result of arthritis, bone and joint issues, and other medical conditions as well.Osborne Stanfield® Heating Pads are ideal for kennels, zoos, animal sanctuaries, and even for your pets at home. Our fiberglass-reinforced plastic animal heating pads continue to be the safest and most economical way to promote good health and growth for your pet. Our heat pads distribute heat more evenly than other pet heating pads because of their revolutionary design. The heating element is patterned to radiate warmth across the entire length of the pad, not just at the center. The heating element is completely sealed in the pad making them water-tight.Cat heating pads are generally inexpensive and available at most pet supply stores. Be sure to buy a pad that is specifically designed for a cat, as a human heating pad will have different temperature settings and may not be appropriate for your pet.We’ve heard some electric heat pads made by competitors are more efficient or provide more evenly distributed heat than Stanfield Heat Pads. Is this true?Crafted with the most durable plastic, the pet heating pad is tough enough to withstand chewing and scratching, and their ultra-thin profile provides pets with comfort. All Osborne Stanfield Heat Pads are proudly made in the USA at our factory in Osborne, Kansas, and are quality controlled under a strict ISO-9001 quality standard. They are CSA, CE, IEC, and PSE certified safe to operate. If you have any questions about our pet heating pads, please . Electrical heating pads and pet beds without a working thermostat and safety settings pose a threat not only to your cat but to your home. When you first start using a new heated cat bed, check the settings carefully and make sure that the bed is behaving as it should. Old and sick cats with severely aching joints and other problems may not realize that their fur or skin is burning in time to prevent injury, so you'll have to keep an eye on things just to make sure everything is okay.