Heated Dog and Cat Beds
Give your pet the same luxury treatment you would want for yourself with our selection of heated pet beds. Your cat or dog will absolutely love these cozy warm beds, as they find a place to call their very own!
Larger sized older dogs often have hip problems or arthritis, and these pet beds can be incredibly soothing to your older dog. Younger dogs will also love to curl up on one of these warm cots because the temperature is comforting throughout many seasons. Cats will love the warmth these beds radiate, keeping them cozy during their many cat naps throughout the day!
Our extensive selection includes outdoor and indoor options for your pet, depending on their needs. The Heated Dog Mat and Heated Pet Cushion provide lightweight, washable options that are great for both indoor and outdoor use. Your cat will find a comforting resting spot in the Thermo Kitty Heated Sill, while man's best friend will be forever grateful for the Heated Orthopedic Dog Bed.
The heated pet beds provide support, comfort, and pain relief for dogs and cats of all ages and sizes. Give your pet the gift of warmth, and watch as they happily snuggle up in their cozy new bed!
As much as we love our pets, we’re not always great at telling when they’re in pain. We often miss the warning signs, either because we don’t know what they are or because we simply don’t like to think about them hurting. In addition, most pets will hid the pain or overcome it in their happiness to see you, play with you, and cuddle with you.
According to the Pfizer Animal Health Survey (conducted in 1996) nearly 10 million dogs suffer from some form of arthritis. Another study stated that 1-in-5 dogs suffered from it. As many as 20 percent of cats suffer from generalized pain, like stiff joints and swelling, and just like you this can be a result of age, weight, stress or heredity. Many times the disease is only noticed when it reaches an advanced stage.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Heated Pet Beds and Pet Pain:
What are the warning signs of a pet in pain? When in doubt, be sure to ask your veterinarian. Some things to look out for include a loss or rapid gain in appetite, or lack of willingness to do normal, everyday activities like walking or running, climbing stairs, or chasing a ball. Other signs include favoring a limb, difficulty sitting or standing, and a decrease in alertness. If you touch them in a sore spot, they may yelp or growl. Any changes in your pet’s personality or in activities stated previously should be brought up to your pet’s veterinarian.
Are any dog breeds more susceptible to arthritis? What about cats? Almost all animals, like humans, develop issues with mobility as they age. Dogs are more susceptible than cats, and large breeds more so than small breeds. Some breeds that commonly have problems include Retrievers, Labs, Rottweilers, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Mastiffs, Huskys, Bulldogs, and Rhodesian Ridgebacks.
What are the benefits of a Heated Pet Bed? Heat therapy helps our pets in much the same way that it helps us. It increases blood flow, relaxes sore muscles, eases pain and decreases pressure on muscles and joints. Pets that suffer from separation anxiety can also benefit, as can outdoor pets on cold nights.
How is a heated pet bed different than an orthopedic pet bed? Some of the beds offered on GoodDeals.com are built specifically for pets in pain. Memory foam pet beds are great for evenly distributing your pet’s weight. Therapeutic foam pet beds deliver total body comfort.
Is a therapeutic pet bed the same thing as an orthopedic pet bed? For our purposes, yes. How hot should a heated dog bed be? Heated pet beds should warm your pet to the veterinarian recommended temperature of 102 degrees. Don’t worry about using the same bed during the summer and warm fall days- the headed cat and dog beds we offer are easily unplugged and detached from the bed when the heating element is not needed.
See our line of portable heaters & warmers for home or office. Stay warm this winter!