Heated dog beds

Heated dog beds

Lean breeds such as greyhounds and whippets, toy breeds, and arthritic or old dogs enjoy warmth.

by dogtime
May 10th, 2012

Snuggle Safe Microwave Heat Pad

Snuggle Safe Microwave Heat Pad(distributed in the U.S. by Pet Supply Imports Inc.)Our take: You just heat this round thick disc in the microwave and it stays warm for up to 10 hours. It’s too warm right out of the microwave to place directly next to the skin, so you slide it under the cover […]

by dogtime
December 10th, 2008

Allied Plastic Heated Pet Mat

Allied Plastic Heated Pet Mat Our take: This waterproof mat is meant for either indoor or outdoor use. It’s plastic and you just cover it with whatever you want, like towels or a fleece throw, although they sell fleece covers. It heated quickly and ranges from 98 to 100 degrees so the dog can’t overheat. […]

by dogtime
August 8th, 2008

Allied Heated Pet Bed

Allied Heated Pet Bed Our take: The heating element in the 17-inch diameter bed spread out the warmth nicely. A nice touch is that you can use the bed with or without the heating element. The fleece cover is easily washed. It’s a pretty nice basic heated bed at a reasonable price, but don’t stub […]

by dogtime
August 8th, 2008

Sleep Right Thermal Dog Cushion

Sleep Right Thermal Dog CushionOur take: I like this a lot because it doesn’t use electricity and can wash easily even in hot water. In-between the two layers of fleece is some heat-reflecting material that uses the dog’s body heat and actually gets a degree or two warmer than the dog’s body temperature. It makes […]

by dogtime
August 8th, 2008

Thermo Pet Throw

Thermo Pet Throw Our take: Since I tested these, K&H has come out with a new model. Within two minutes of being plugged into my car’s cigarette lighter, the old Heated Auto-RV Pet Bedwarmed up nicely and the cord reached easily into my back seat, but that’s not hard to accomplish with a little Honda. […]

by dogtime
August 8th, 2008

Thermo-Bed

Thermo-BedOur take: Dual thermostats maintain the temperature at a comfy cozy 102°F, the high end of the normal canine body temp. Generally speaking, that’s a good 15 or 20 degrees above the air temperature in winter. The heater can be removed so you can wash the cotton cover, which I like. The cord has a […]

by dogtime
August 8th, 2008
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