Heated Cat Beds, Heating Pads & Outdoor Heated Cat Beds | Petco

Here are a few things to keep in mind when selecting your dog’s heated pet bed:
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While our Pet Bed Warmer is an excellent product, it is not designed to output enough heat for the cold outdoor temperatures of winter. Rather, it is designed to elevate the temperature of a pet’s bed that is already around room temperature.
Pets with decreased sensation should be supervised when sleeping in a heated bed, adds Robinson.
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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. There are several alternatives to a heated cat bed that will help to keep your pet warm and snug.
Photo provided by FlickrIf your pet urinates on a K&H heated bed or pad, he/she will not suffer any harm.
Photo provided by FlickrIf your pet urinates on a K&H heated bed or pad, he/she will not suffer any harm.
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Having a bed to rest your head on is a necessity and the same is true for your pet. Of course, your pet can sleep on the floor, or even with you on your own bed or couch, and he or she probably won't mind doing so. However, your pet should have a special bed of his or her own. Some reasons your best friend deserves a pet bed are as follows:Heated pet beds are recommended for older pets that may have joint pain or stiffnesss. The gentle heat soothes and reduces stiffness, keeping your pet warm and cozy while sleeping. Even smaller pets, such as cats, can benefit from a heated pet bed since they lose body heat easily. Consider a using a heated pet bed if you live in a colder climate. Some are even specifically made for outdoor use, like the .If your pet likes to curl up or sleep with his or her head resting on a pillow, a donut or bolster bed is good choice. This style of pet bed usually has a cushioned bottom and a raised side. It is cozy for smaller pets since the round shape of the pet bed helps retain body heat.A heated pet bed may seem like something of a gimmick, the kind of thing that only someone who severely babies their dogs may buy. If that’s your reasoning… by all means, do it, you and your dog will be happy with the purchase.Do you live in a cold area? Or maybe you just want to make sure that you always have the option of keeping your canine warm when he sleeps? You may want to look into buying a heated bed for your dog, or possibly a self-heating option. Whatever the size of your pet, or your budget, there’ll be something out there to meet your needs and keep them comfortable and cozy even in chilly environments. PetSafe heated beds are designed to deliver continuous low levels of heat to supplement a pet’s body heat. These low levels of heat enable the pet to enjoy using the heater for several hours at a time. Do not expect these products to feel warm to the touch. Cats love to be warm. They'll assume just about any physical position just to soak up a sunbeam or some extra warmth. However, having a cat sprawled across your lap, or sitting in the warmest spot in the house isn't always convenient. A heated cat bed, specially made for pets, might be the ideal snoozing place for your kitty. Doctors Foster and Smith are two real-life veterinarians from Wisconsin that are dedicated to providing pet-owners with high-quality products and information about keeping their furry loved ones healthy and happy. Their has a self-heating insulation that reflects your cat's body heat back to him via thermo-reflective fabrics. Available in several fun animal prints, the luxurious plush cushion will look beautiful anywhere in your home and it works well for travel. The Cozy Cushion is perfect for your cat's favorite spot on the couch or bed.