PetSafe Heated Wellness Pad for Pets
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Petsafe Heated Wellness Pad For Pets

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Tags: petsafe, pet heating pad, senior pets, products, care & safety, older pets, older dogs, older cats

PetSafe's Heated Wellness Pad has an electronic thermostat that cycles on and off to maintain perfect temperatures and reduce energy consumption. When your pet wants a little warmth and comfort, place the pad with the yellow label side facing up (typically, 90°F). When your pet needs greater warmth and therapeutic comfort, place the pad with the red label side facing up (typically, 102°F). Ideal for arthritic and senior pets to relieve stiff joints and soothe sore muscles. Completely safe with a water resistant enclosed heating unit and chew resistant power cord. Wellness Pad is easy to clean with a removable machine washable cover and the heating unit wipes clean with a damp cloth. The pad can be used alone or with a regular pet bed for additional comfort.
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The PetSafe Heated Wellness Pad provides a safe, comfy option for naptime.

March 15, 2011 3:46 pm | By Zootoo Editor CynthiaLo

No matter what the weather is like outside, some pets just need a little bit of extra warmth to soothe hip and joint pain or to comfort them as they snuggle. For an easy, safe way to make your pet’s napping spot cozier, try the Heated Wellness Pad for Pets from PetSafe.

Like PetSafe’s Heated Sleeper Bed, this pad provides a safe alternative to potentially dangerous spots that tempt pets, such as radiators, stovetops, or laundry dryers. But unlike the Heated Sleeper Bed, the Wellness Pad can be used on its own or tucked into an existing pet bed – saving you the trouble of buying a new bed that you might only use for part of the year.

Although the Wellness Pad is electric – a drawback for some owners who might prefer a non-electric thermal option – PetSafe has included safety features to ensure that your pet’s napping spot is doesn’t have unnecessary risks. The power cord is sturdy, and an electronic thermostat keeps the pad at a stable temperature.

Another nifty feature of the PetSafe Heated Wellness Pad is the dual temperature option – with one side running about 10 degrees cooler than the other. For multi-pet households, in which one cat may just want a snuggly spot, while another might need more serious pain relief, this feature is especially helpful. Our tester cats happily settled into both options, and began to show a preference for the Wellness Pad over their existing beds.

The pad’s fleece cover is also easy-to-clean – after several washes, the material stayed soft and fresh.

Simply put, for older pets, or pets who are seeking sources of heat throughout the house, the PetSafe Heated Wellness Pad is a secure, easy-to-use option.

Pros: Fits into most pet beds; machine-washable cover; dual-temperature option.

Cons: None.

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