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Heated Dog Beds – Corded


Your dog needs some extra warmth. Maybe they are young or old, a heat-seeking breed like a greyhound, whippet, chinese crested or chihuahua, an arthritic dog or just a warmth-loving dog like my Pip.

For whatever reason, one of the milder forms of heated beds – self-warming, cuddle, cave, cozy dog blanket or nontoxic microwavable insert – just isn’t quite enough. You need the steady and reliable heat of a corded bed.

Below are a few of the best-rated heated dog beds. These beds are for older, non-chewing dogs. My Pip, who totally loves to be toasty, would adore one of these.

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K&H Thermo-Pet Cuddle Cushion

  • Recommended for indoor, household use
  • Easy care poly filled bed
  • Removable heater for washing
  • Low wattage, energy efficient

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K&H Thermo Oval Snuggly Sleeper

  • Indoor pet bed with electric hot pad
  • 5-inch thick bedding keeps pet comfortable
  • Removable, machine washable cover for easy maintenance
  • Safe plush heated pillow insert for winter warmth
  • Available in 2 sizes and 2 colors;
  • UL listed
  • 1-year warranty 

Thermotex Infrared Large Heated Dog Therapeutic Pet Bed

– Post surgery recovery
– Arthritis, bursitis, and strains
– Muscles or joints that are causing pain.
– Animals who need extra warmth.
– Inexpensive to operate: Thermotex Therapy Pet beds cost around 7 cents a day to operate for 24 hours.
– Machine Washable Lining: Removable cloth liner is easily removed for washing.
– No Burning:Thermotex Therapy Systems are thermostatically controlled and will never overheat.
– Safety and simplicity of operation: Just plug the unit into any 110 volt outlet, set on low and leave it.
– Uses 110 volt power; 35 watts.
All Thermoplex Dog Beds

Author: Sarah

Sarah Wilson, Dog Expert, offers experienced-based dog info with humor. Author of 8 books, seen on PBS, Sarah knows all about dogs. {Pip} is her rescue dog.


  1. I wonder if our dogs would like a heated dog bed. I’ve always worried about the cord (same worries as with electric blankets). But I bet as they get older, a dog bed might be nice for them.

    • I hear you, Kimberly, and am glad we have the self-warming option and cozy blankets, as well.

      Pip is not a chewer so I would feel safe using a bed with a cord for her – in her younger days, not a chance. Now, as she is aging, she might really enjoy one.

      We all have to make the right choice for our dog and our situation. When in doubt, consulting your dog’s vet is always a good choice.

      Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to checking out your blog. 🙂


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