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Self-Warming Dog Beds: Reflected Heat

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Labrador Puppy SleepingSelf-warming dog beds reflect the pet’s own body heat back to them using a reflective inner liner.* This creates a subtle warming for pets who are lying on it while having no cord to worry about. Keep in mind that the bed will not feel warm to your touch, so don’t be surprised.

The beds listed here are well rated and are good choices for older dogs, dogs recovering from surgery, arthritic dogs, dogs who like to be warm but you don’t, for whatever reason, what a corded bed or for a bed that you want to put someplace where electricity isn’t easy to come by such as in a car crate in the winter.

K&H Lounge Sleeper Self-warming Pet Bed
K&H Lounge Sleeper Self-Warming Pet Bed

  • Self-warming material radiates heat back to your pet
  • Non-slip bottom for stability
  • Warmth with no electricity needed
  • Fill made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Two colors available
  • Easy wash and care

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K&H Self Warming Leopard Dog Bed
K&H Self Warming Leopard Pet Bed

  • Self-warming material radiates heat back to your pet
  • Great for cats or small dogs
  • Warmth with no electricity needed
  • Easy wash and care

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K&H Self Warming Lounge Sleeper

  • Self-warming material radiates heat back to your pet
  • Non-slip bottom for stability
  • Warmth with no electricity needed
  • Fill made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Easy wash and care
  • 2 Sizes (Medium & Large), 2 Colors
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K&H 18-Inch Round Self-Warming Comfy Sleeper
K&H 18-Inch Round Self-Warming Comfy Sleeper

  • Self warming material radiates heat back to your pet
  • High sidewalls for security
  • Available in 3 sizes and 2 colors
  • Pillow style cushion sleeping surface
  • Easy wash and care
  • 3 Sizes/2 Colors
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Self-Warming Dog Crate Pad

K&H Self-Warming Pet Crate Pad

  • Self warming radiates heat back to your pet
  • Corners are slit to allow perfect fit in any crat
  • Soft microfleece top for comfort and non-slip bottom for stability
  • Easy wash and care
  • Available in 6 sizes and 3 colors
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* The inner liner can be crinkly so some dogs (and cats) may avoid it at first. Sprinkle the bed with a few treats (or a bit of catnip for cats) and they will soon get used to the sound. This isn’t usually a major issue.

Author: Sarah

Sarah Wilson, Dog Expert, offers experienced-based dog info with humor. Author of 8 books, seen on PBS, Sarah knows all about dogs. {Pip} is her rescue dog.

3 Comments

  1. We have dogs who tend to get hot easily, but it’s summer time. I wonder if they would appreciate a bed like this in the winter. I think our Sydney would.

    Thanks!

  2. Exactly what I need for Henry’s crate. COLD floors in here. Do you have a recommendation for something under the crate to help block cold?

    • Great question. Any insulator will help – thick layer of newspaper, throw rug or towels. I definitely put things under my crates when they are on cold floors. Can’t hurt and, at the very least, makes me feel better.

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