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Heated Cat Beds: Indoor/Outdoor Heated Pad for Cats
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K&H outdoor beds and pads are designed to warm to your pet's normal body temperature of 102°F when he/she lies on the bed or pad. When your pet is not on the bed or pad, the heat will dissipate into the air and the surface temperature will vary according to the ambient air temperature.
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 outdoor heated beds and pads are water-resistant. We understand that pets collect snow and water from being outdoors. Our products are designed to be used safely with pets, even when the pet is water-soaked. 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 FlickrOutdoor 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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Keeping dogs and cats safe and warm during winter months can be difficult in certain circumstances, especially if you are trying to keep the heat in your house low to save on energy costs, or you have an outdoor pet who needs a way to stay warm. A lot of people turn to electric blankets and mats that are intended to be used on humans to keep their pet warm. Standard heating pads that are designed for use by adults can be quite dangerous for pets to use for a variety of reasons. Luckily there are a lot of electric pet heating pads that are designed specifically for your cat or dog, that are inexpensive, work really well and do wonders keeping your pets warm. The following brands and products are the safest and best options if you are looking for a heating pad for your cat or dog.If you aren’t totally sold on electric heating pads in general but really need something to keep your indoor or outdoor pet warm then check out thermal warming mats sometimes called self- heating mats. These types of mats don’t need any electricity, instead they have reflective inserts that use the pets own body heat to keep them warm. These are a great idea because you don’t have to worry about the safety issues that are associated with electric mats. They are also good at protecting furniture from cat and dog hair.If you are shopping for a mat for a pet that has health issues like inflammation, arthritis, or hip dysplasia, you may want to have a look at . It is a new product that uses infrared technology that may be able to help with some health problems. It doesn’t produce any EMF radiation that normal electric heating pads do, (many people try to avoid or limit their exposure to EMFs). The WarmPet is also durable, waterproof and has a “chew proof” cord. You can use it indoors or outdoors.Pre-set internal thermostats automatically monitor the surface temperature to keep your cat warm and comfortable. K&H outdoor pads are designed to warm to your pet's normal body temperature of 102°F when he/she lies on the pad. When your pet is not on the pad, the heat will dissipate into the air and the surface temperature will vary according to the ambient air temperature.