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As Nancy said the bigger the fixture the more heat will spread, but you will notice you can get wire fixtures or the dome lamp ones, personally the wire ones freaked me out, they got super hot and the heat escaped rather than be directed into the cage. Either way, as Nancy said if you have other pets (especially cats - mine love the heat from the lamps) either keep them out of the room or put a cage over the lamp as Nancy said.
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When it was suggested in the new parent materials reviewed while waiting on the arrival of our Jellybean, I jumped right on the concept. I TOTALLY APPRECIATE Virgil's candidness and honesty when talking about the quality of the heat lamp purchased from pocket pets compared to others. Because there has been so much communication and care taken from the day I made the decision to purchase Jellybean, little by little Virgil and Pocket Pets have earned my trust. When Virgil explained the benefits of the heat lamps he sold along with the price point, it was a very easy decision. I appreciate how easy you have made it for me to be prepared and to give Jellybean the best possible start in his new home! KAMOLTECH Diameter 90mm Ceramic Emitter Heated Pet Appliances Reptile Heat Lamp (100W AC 220V) new
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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:Most pet stores carry heat lamp fixtures that work well for heating rabbits. Because it is most important to provide heat during the night, opt for a red light bulb or ceramic heat emitter, which produces no visible light, to avoid stressing your rabbit with an unusual photo period. Purchase and use a digital indoor-outdoor thermometer to monitor the temperatures in the habitat. If you like, you also can use a thermostat, which will turn the light on and off to maintain a relatively consistent temperature.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.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.Pets and other animals - Some health practitioners and veterinarians do suggest the use of a single heat lamp on pets, such as cats, dogs and horses. Be sure to hold the lamp 18 inches away, and remember that animals cannot tell you if they are too hot, and many do not sweat like humans do, so you have to be careful not to overheat them. You must frequently touch the surface of their fur to make sure it is not getting too warm. Use caution in not aiming the light in their eyes and in not leaving the light aimed at their heads for any length of time longer than 5 minutes. If you have questions about whether or not this would be good for your pet, consult your health practitioner or veterinarian. 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.