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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.


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