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Provide your pet with soothing comfort and warmth all year long with these heated pet pads.
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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.
Robinson, too, has treated pets that have found relief with the warmed pads.
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The Ultra Supreme Pet Bed looks great on top of being so functional, the black and brown coloring is deep and rich. It’s also durable, it’s resistant to almost any kind of stain that your dog will be able to throw at it, including oils, water, and urine. The thick plush pads are reversible and removable, making it easy to clean and able to be a bit cooler during the warmer winter months. There should be at least ½” of padding between the warmer and a pet's body.
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Photo provided by FlickrFluffy Paws Indoor Pet Bed Warmer Heated Pad with Cover(UL Certified) M Size White Fluffy Polyester
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Our Lectro Temp Control allows you to reduce the warmth on the pad to maintain proper body temperature for your pet. Solid-state Electronic Rheostat features full range variable heat control. Use in conjunction with Lectro-Kennel Pads or Igloo-Style Heated Pads. Recommended for use for whelping, puppies, elderly or recovering pets. Unlike a standard, poly-filled bolster bed, nesting bed or pad, heated pet beds add warmth to a dog or cat’s sleeping spot. Their main purpose is to provide comfort to pets if they’re cold or suffering from or sore muscles, says David Wohlstadter, DVM, CCRT, a senior clinician and emergency room veterinarian at BluePearl in New York.After a quick trip to our local pet supply store, I set up Pete’s new heated lounge — a thermostatically-controlled memory foam pad covered in cozy fleece — and placed it next to his other bed. Curious, he sniffed it, pawed it and circled it, finally settling his rump on the warmed edge.Ours sure helped Pete. Since buying the plug-in heated pad — which he absolutely loves — we’ve also swapped his poly-filled bed with a self-warming bed for times we can’t be around to supervise. It still sits by the wood stove, so he stays extra comfy and warm.Several types of heated pet beds are available, with one being as simple as placing a warmed pad into an existing bed. suemack/iStock/ThinkstockInternal thermostats automatically adjust the Pet Bed Warmer's temperature as needed to create a comfortable resting area for dogs and cats. They're pre-set to heat to your pet's natural 102°F body temperature when he/she lies on the pad. When plugged in but not in use, the Pet Bed Warmer will maintain a temperature 10-15°F greater than the ambient room temperature.With multiple size Pet Bed Warmers available, it's now possible to add heat to most indoor pet beds. It slides into any zippered dog or cat bed and is recommended for beds with at least ½ inch of padding between the warmer and bed surface. Simply plug it in and the warmer will generate a subtle, comfortable heat that any pet is sure to enjoy.The surface of the bed that contains the Pet Bed Warmer will be about 15°F above ambient air temperature until the pet lies on the bed. Then it will warm to about 102°F. The surface temperature depends on how much padding is on the pet bed. If there is a lot of padding, it will be cooler. If the padding is thinner, the surface will be warmer.