PetSafe Universal Pet Bed Warmer

Please Note: This is a Pet Bed Warmer, it should only be used inside of a pet's bed.
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Heated orthopedic dog beds are popular choices for pet owners looking for a dog bed that will provide both orthopedic comfort and extra warmth for their dogs. A heated orthopedic dog bed can come in many different forms, ranging from actual dog beds to couch cover versions, so you have many different options to choose from that fit you and your pet’s lifestyles. To make the search for the best heated orthopedic dog bed a little easier for you, we went on a search to find the ideal option for you and your dog, looking at several different types, sizes and styles of orthopedic dog beds in a range of prices, so you can find the best one for your dog.
Provide your pet with soothing comfort and warmth all year long with these heated pet beds
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The K&H Lectro-Kennel™ heated pad has been around for over 40 years, so you know you are getting the best in an outdoor heated pet bed. This product is used by breeders, dog owners, cat owners, turtle rescues, veterinarians, clinics, zoos and others in order to give pets extra warmth when needed or help animals during recovery. Unplug and remove the Pet Bed Warmer from any pet bed prior to washing the bed.
Photo provided by FlickrThe Pet Bed Warmer is water-resistant. It can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.
Photo provided by FlickrPlease Note: This is a Pet Bed Warmer, it should only be used inside of a pet's bed.
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If you plan to use an electric heater to provide your pet's bed with warmth, first lay out a premade flat and round dog cushion inside your pet's dog house. The cushion should be large enough so that your pet can fit his entire body on it, and you should also provide him with a spring support system if his bones or joints cause him pain.Do you live in a cold area? Or maybe you just want to make sure that you always have the option of keeping your canine warm when he sleeps? You may want to look into buying a heated bed for your dog, or possibly a self-heating option. Whatever the size of your pet, or your budget, there’ll be something out there to meet your needs and keep them comfortable and cozy even in chilly environments.A cat bed, either inside or outside your household gives your cat a place with which to identify when their sleeping time comes. This avoids having cats sleeping on couches or on beds and cat bed warmers help create a comfort zone for your pets to sleep in. In fact, they are the ideal solution for those who keep their cats outdoors in winter. Moreover, they are also easy and inexpensive to make.A thermostat controls each pet bed, warming to match pets' body temperatures so pooches can snooze cozy in drafty doghouses, cool basements, or Iditarod rest stops. The soft PVC exterior repels water and cleans with a quick wipe, and the included lambs’ wool cover adds a layer of softness. A 5.5-foot steel chew-resistant MET-listed cord keeps the low-wattage bed powered even in subzero weather.A dog is considered elderly somewhere between the ages of 7 and 10 years, with large breed dogs earlier and small breed dogs at the later end of the scale. As dogs age, they exhibit many symptoms that humans do, including the inability to regulate their body temperature as well as they could at a younger age. Poor circulation and medical conditions, such as diabetes, kidney disease and heart disease, lead to your old pet requiring extra furnishings in his bed. Proper and safe bed warmer use helps to keep your dog warm when it's cool outside. He may get so comfortable that he will stop climbing in your bed and stealing your covers.Step #4 - Place either type of pet bed warmer in the bed. Add one or more blankets on top of the bed warmer and call your elderly pooch to the bed. Introduce him to the bed by coaxing him into it with a tasty dog treat.