3 out of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for K&H Lectro Soft Heated Pet Bed (19" x 24")
Review 1 for K&H Lectro Soft Heated Pet Bed (19" x 24")
My dogs love it.
Date:October 27, 2012
Breed:rescue dogs of undetermined breed.
I have several large dogs that like to be outside and they will not use a dog house but they do like these heated beds and they use them all winter. I will buy again if I need to but the beds are sturdy and wash off well.
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Review 2 for K&H Lectro Soft Heated Pet Bed (19" x 24")
Our dog loves it
By:House of Many Pets
Date:January 26, 2012
Our 15 year old dog sleeps on this all the time. No more burrowing under blankets. She lays on it with a look of pure heaven on her old face.
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Review 3 for K&H Lectro Soft Heated Pet Bed (19" x 24")
Just warm enough.
Date:December 7, 2010
Breed:6 cats, varying "styles", and a bunneh.
When I first went hunting for something to keep warm a feral cat who I've been feeding, I thought I needed an item that reached higher temperatures than this bed does. Come to find out, the best warmer for a pet is something that maintains heat just above body temp, which this one does beautifully. Somehow, and I'm not sure how yet, the bed maintains a few degrees warmer than room temperature when plugged in, but not in use, yet when your pet climbs aboard, it rises to about 102F. Perfect!
To adjust the inflation, you simply plug it in, open the little valve in a corner of the bed, and it automatically inflates very gently as it warms over a period of 15-30 minutes. Then you press down gently on the center of the bed to release a bit of the air (to eliminate a ballooning effect when your pet gets on it) and shut the valve. Slip on the provided fleece cover and it's ready to go!
This kitty LOVES the bed. I'm unable to touch her in order to bring her to it though I can get close, but she found it the first night all by herself and uses it every night. It's not frigid here in California, but it's still darn cold at night and Cow seems appreciative. Me too!