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Needless to say, the heated dog bed has been a great success and she is no longer finding solace by the old metal floor vent.
Upon moving into a new home with an old style furnace and chilly wood floors, we quickly noticed our dog’s desire to sleep right next to the one and only heat source. We had never seen our dog seek out heat prior to this move, so we figured that a heated dog bed could be a great option for her during the cold winter months.
This bed is a bolster style bed, which means it has a supportive ring around the cushion providing a protected “den” feeling and also a supportive headrest for your dog.
Thermo-Kitty Cuddle Cushion - Heated Cat Bed. I need this for my dog!
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Self-heating pet mat is perfect for dog crates, cars, and on top of pet beds. This heated dog bed has a layer of insulating foil to keep dogs or cats warm on cold winter days.Safe heated dog beds keep pets warm, comfort dogs with anxiety, relieve joint & muscle pain. They are durable with special chew resistant cords & come in a range of sizes & styles for indoors and out.Self-heating pet mat is perfect for dog crates, cars, and on top of pet beds. This heated dog bed has a layer of insulating foil to keep dogs or cats warm on cold winter days.Great idea, at the same time there is one thing you might consider: Water. By removing the vinyl covering you are removing the moisture barrier for the electronics. Dogs bring in moisture on their paws, and in some cases when they are very old, make their own right in their own bed. Yes, there may be some plastic coating to the heating elements, however it will wear over time. The vinyl covering is a good first line of defense against moisture and wear. Just something to think about. My wiener dog Possum Bean is a show stopper because of his unusual color. But all of the attention he gets has a downside because people have just about petted most of the fur right off of him. He shivers from even the slightest cold weather, so making a heated dog bed for him was the answer. Yes, I am kidding about about the petting part, he actually suffers from "Dachshund pattern baldness", probably because of his color, and he really does get easily cold, but lots of dogs would appreciate a nice warm heated bed.If you already have an older dog or your dog is starting to show signs of aging such as slow to rise and stiffness, a heated dog bed could help. The added warmth of a heated bed will help ease the pain of arthritis. Warning! Never use a human heating pad for your dog or cat!