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KH Mfg Orthopedic Heated Dog Bed

$48.93
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Product Summary:

 

K&H Manufacturing Orthopedic Heated Dog Bed

 

You couldn’t pick a more supportive bed for your aging or injured dog than the Ortho Thermo Bed. Two layers of orthopedic foam radiate therapeutic heat to soothe sore muscles or joints. Additionally, the foam helps relieve pressure points, and is so thick and supportive that even the largest dogs will not bottom out.

The heat is distributed evenly throughout the bed, and the heater is easily removable when you need to wash the bedding. The unique dual thermostat maintains an even surface temperature of 12-15 degrees above ambient air temperature, to a cozy 102 degrees when in use. It’s not only comfortable for your dog, its energy and cost efficient. This bed is recommended for indoor use only.

 

Features:

·         Two layers of thick orthopedic foam in a heated bed

·         non-slip bottom

·         Great for aging or injured dogs

·         Dual thermostat to maintain balance with air temperature

·         Energy-efficient

·         One-year limited warranty

 

 Item Specifications:

 

Sizes:

 

Medium 27”L x 17”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 15 cents!)

Large 37”L x 27”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 15 cents!)

X-Large 43”L x 33”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 36 cents!)
 
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I have an older dog and he loves snuggling in and being warm. So I thought this would be a wonderful treat to my little man who I know will love it!!!
Kelly T on Feb 2, 2016
I wanted a warming bed for the dogs in the event I am not home early enough to bring them in. They spend the day outside and I want them to stay warm.
Kimberly Z on Nov 14, 2015
Best price I could find online.
amber l on Jan 20, 2016
Ummm, to keep my dog warm being that it's a heated dog bed.
KIMBERLY F on Nov 4, 2015
Can this warmer be used in an outside doghouse??
Kathleen M on Oct 2, 2014
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Does this stay plugged in all the time or do you have to unplug it when not in use? Wondering if it only heats up when the pet is on it.
A shopper on Jan 7, 2015
Best Answer: Mine sstays plugged in all the time and heat is on all the time. Bought for an Anatolian Shepherd, when he's not on it, the cats pile on. The dog and cats are allowed on the screen porch (not in the house), so heat is needed for them 24 hrs in the winter. It works very well. Sometimes they share the bed. E
Reply · Report · Eileen B on Jan 14, 2015
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Is this a plug-in bed warmer?
A shopper on Oct 31, 2014
Best Answer: yes,no control needed,pressure sensitive,only on when dog is on it ,plug it in and forget it.
Reply · Report · Robert K on Nov 2, 2014
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How thick is this bed?
Nicole b on Oct 26, 2015
Best Answer: without measuring it, I would say about 3-4 inches. It is a wonderful bed and really helped when our old arthritic dog had to stay in the garage when we were not home and overnight. (she had accidents and the garage is easier to hose out). I you have reason to need a warm bed for a pet, you will not be disappointed in this one.
Reply · Report · Tracy W on Oct 26, 2015
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Is is this bed electric? Do you have to plug it in?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2014
Best Answer: yes it is electric and you have to plug it in. But my dog is older and out of the chewing stage so that is not a concern about biting the cord. It has helped my dog with her bad hip. Plus when she is not on it, the other dogs use it, they love the heat.
Reply · Report · Lynn A on Dec 17, 2014
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do u have XX large beds?
penny c on Oct 29, 2015
Best Answer: Medium 27”L x 17”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 15 cents!)

Large 37”L x 27”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 15 cents!)

X-Large 43”L x 33”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 36 cents!)
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Oct 29, 2015
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is this big enought for a Great Dane?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2015
Best Answer: Medium 27”L x 17”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 15 cents!)

Large 37”L x 27”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 15 cents!)

X-Large 43”L x 33”W x 4”H

(the average monthly electrical cost is ONLY 36 cents!)
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Oct 29, 2015
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Wondering about using it outside; but in a waterproof dog house??
A shopper on Nov 9, 2014
Best Answer: Hello, Per the manufacturer guidlines this bed is not recommended for outdoor use. If you search outdoor heated beds on our site, it will bring up options for what your needs are.
Reply · Report · Dana MStaff on Nov 10, 2014
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