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KH Mfg Self-Warming Gray Dog Crate Pad

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Product Summary:

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K & H Pet Products Self-Warming Gray Crate Pad™
 
The K & H Pet Products Self-Warming Gray Crate Pad™ is a self warming pad which provides warmness produced from your pet’s body heat. The 4 corners are slit in order to allow perfect fit for your pet in any crate. The topside of the crate pad is equipped with supple and inviting micro fleece, while the bottom side has a non-slip fabric which allows your pet dog to cling in for a longer period of time. The whole pad is very easy to wash and care.
 
Features:

  • Corners are slit to allow perfect fit in any wire or plastic crate
  • Self-warming material radiates heat back to your pet
  • Soft micro-fleece top for comfort
  • Non-slip bottom for stability
  • Easy wash and care
Item Specifications:

Color:

Gray
 
Sizes:
Full pad: 14"W x 22"L, Inner: 9.5"W x 17"L
Full pad: 20"W x 25"L, Inner: 13.5"W x 18.5"L
Full pad: 21"W x 31"L, Inner: 16.5"W x 26.5"L
Full pad: 25"W x 37"L, Inner: 18"W x 29"L
Full pad: 32"W x 48"L, Inner: 27"W x 40"L
Full pad: 37"W x 54"L, Inner: 31"W x 46"L

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My dog chews 'fluffy' things....I'm hoping she won't chew this.
Barbara B on Jul 26, 2015
Zoe has been stiff lately when she gets up from her bed and this is just what she needs for her old bones ;)
bxrmom on Apr 4, 2015
r little dogs likes to be warm when sleeping so I am going to try this pad.
tracey i on Jun 14, 2015
Best price on these pads for travel crates.
Susan B on Feb 3, 2015
Why is this pad so thin????
A shopper on Mar 1, 2014
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How does it heat?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: It is a self warming mat. It uses the dogs own body heat to keep them warm. Our dog Buster is an 70lb Border Collie and he loves it. It use to be a hassle to get him in his crate at night but now he's excited to go lay on his mat. I highly recommend the mat.
Reply · Report · Rosemary S on Nov 14, 2014
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Will this pad work to keep my tortoise warm? He's cold-blooded.....
Turtle on Dec 3, 2014
Best Answer: I'm not thinking so. The blanket consists of material reflecting body heat. Similar to my Columbia Omni Heat Winter jacket. So without body heat it would have nothing to reflect. I hope this helps.
Reply · Report · Joan C on Dec 3, 2014
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Self-warming?? HOw does it work?
Tania M on Jun 29, 2014
Best Answer: As the dog lays on it the pad collects the heat into the material
Reply · Report · Misty R on Jun 30, 2014
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Is this mm made from foam rubber, the inside, with a cover on the outside. Is the cover washable?
shelley h on Sep 28, 2014
Best Answer: The whole thing is washable. I don't think there is foam inside, it's pretty flat but soft.
Reply · Report · LYNNE R on Sep 29, 2014
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Is it suitable to summer use, or will it make the dog too hot?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2014
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Will this self heating pad be safe for a small dog with health issues?
Don't want to do anything to cause harm or more health issues.
A shopper on Sep 28, 2014
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