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"Somehow, the heat lamp got knocked over, ignited the mattress, which started the fire which spread to the neighbor's home," he said. "The fact that it was a pet that ignited the fire is not that unusual. The fact that it's a giant tortoise makes it extremely unusual."
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If your home does not stay about 72 degrees at all times and you do not want to use a space heater to heat the room the hedgehog is kept in, then we recommend using a heat lamp over the cage. You need a fixture pictured to the left and a bulb like the ones shown below in combination. The fixture must be bought at a pet store to make sure that is rated to be left on all the time. A reptile/pet rated heat lamp fixture will have a ceramic socket that will prevent it from starting a fire. DO NOT RISK USING A CHEAPER TYPE WITH A PLASTIC SOCKET THAT COULD CATCH FIRE! Also, make sure that the fixture is rated to handle the correct amount of wattage for the bulb that is needed. The one pictured to the left can be purchased at PetSmart in the reptile section. KAMOLTECH Diameter 60mm Ceramic Emitter Heated Pet Appliances Reptile Heat Lamp (100W AC110V) best
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Heat lamps work as advertised, pumping out heat as long as they’re on with no regard for combustibles. The following will help to reduce the hazards posed by heat lamps for pets and livestock:Trying to keep your outdoor pet warm overnight has proven to be a major fire risk for some pet owners in the past few weeks. Monday, a home on Summerhaven Drive in Greenville marked the third fire in the last month in eastern carolina caused by a lamp used to provide heat for an outdoor dog or cats. If you’ve got concerns about your heat lamp, stop and check it out. That few minutes may save your pets, your livestock, your barn, or even your home.NOTE: Overheating (even from heat lamps) is much more dangerous than the cold is for reptiles. Use caution! Hibernation is not recommended for any reptile without a reptile veterinary consultation first. Many pets die every year from incorrect hibernating techniques.November 10th in Deep Run in Lenoir County, a heat lamp fell over onto a dog-bed in a doghouse, causing that home to catch fire. Greenville Fire-Rescue has some advice for pet owners to stop the trend. emit infrared heat waves that provide much needed warmth for your pet reptile. The red glass transmits Infrared waves produced by the special filament of the bulb. The reddish light will not disrupt normal activity during night or day, which makes it an excellent 24 hour heat source. Red heat lamps increase the overall air temperature in the terrarium and provide heat, which is essential for activity and digestion. Red heat lamps are ideal for nocturnal viewing.HEATING: If you decide your dog is going to need an external heat source of some kind please be very careful. Heat sources, while keeping your mutt toasty, can be safety hazards in several ways such as being fire hazards, producing toxic carbon monoxide and burning your pet. Heat sources should be made specifically for the purpose in which you are going to be using them. Rigging a homemade heat source, such as a heat lamp in a straw filled dog house, can lead to a disaster.1. Carpeting the doghouse is one way to keep pooches off a cold concrete floor. Be sure to nail down or otherwise to avoid seeing it dragged out into the snow. Some dog owners class up the joint with a heat lamp or even a regular light, which provides some warmth in a small space. If you do this, make sure the dog can’t get burned or chew through any electric wires.