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Heated Bolster Dog Bed - Heated Dog Pad
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Heated Bolster Dog Bed
Heated Dog Pad
For Dogs & Cats Small dogs
Usage Heated Bolster Dog Bed Usage Heated Dog Pad Usage
Benefits
  • Dogs love to curl inside the oval shape
  • Bolster provides neck support Low wattage (6 watts) helps conserve energy and prevents bed from becoming hot
  • Heater inside is removable for year-round use
  • Cover and heater are both removable to simplify washing
  • Cats love to sneak in and feel the warmth of this cozy oval bed too
  • Tested for safety
  • Great for all small dogs, but especially arthritic or senior dogs
  • Helps dog stay warm on cold wintry days, or plug-in heating pad can be removed for the warmer months
  • Heat is only activated when dog sits on pad (as little as 1lb of pressure will activate the heating pad)
  • Available in two colors (Sage or Mocha)
  • Provides a portable resting area
  • Convenient size fits almost anywhere
  • Tested for safety and does not cause fire
  • Mat cover and heating pad are both removable for easy washing
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