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Heated Dog Beds
Keep your Dog Warm and Cozy all Winter Long with a Heated Dog Bed!
If you have a dog that loves to be outdoors these heated dog beds really are perfect for a dog house or covered porch, anywhere your dog likes to lay as they are cozy, warm and super comfortable. Your dog will get orthopedic benefits from these beds as well. Our thermostatically-controlled heated beds for dogs are designed to evenly distribute warmth throughout, eliminating hot spots and keeping your dog at their optimum natural body temperature.
Some of these beds can even be used outdoors or inside dog houses during the winter season! They typically require only a low-voltage power adapter, and most include a chew-resistant cord. The orthopedic heated dog bed even features vibration massage! Heated dog beds provide a warm, comforting sleeping space, often helping to eliminate stress and anxiety. They can also can help ease joint and muscle pain in older or arthritic dogs.
All dogs especially small dogs, get chilled easily. When dogs are cold, their joints and hips begin to ache. When they have arthritis, this is especially painful. Some tell-tale signs that a dog is chilled are when they curl in a ball, shiver for an extended period of time, or try to nestle in front of heaters. The problem with nestling in front of a heater is that even a carpeted floor is cold on their legs. Additionally, the front of their body might warm, while the back remains chilled.
Heated beds for dogs, pet pads, and dog mats, help alleviate these conditions. They often have sides the dog can nestle against to warm their back and head. Heated mats are readily available to toss on top a dog's bed. Those that are thermostatically controlled by your dog's natural heat, shut off when they sense they have reached that temperature. Nonetheless, if they do become too warm, your dog will quickly change environments.
Outdoor dogs develop nice thick coats, but often need supplementary heat during cold winter nights. Heating pads are often attached to the sides of kennels. Because they respond to the temperature generated by a dog's body, they safely shut down once they approach the dog's body temperature.
Common features of these beds: