Amazon Is Selling Heated Pet Blankets To Keep Them Snug As A Bug At Christmas
We've got to that stage in winter when no amount of hot water bottles, 15 tog duvets or cashmere socks can soothe that deep, bone-shaking chill.
So spare a thought for our pets, who have to make do with just their God-given fur come the cold period.
Pet brand Pecute is selling a electric pet heat pad which is perfect for all kinds of pets, from newborn puppies/kittens to elderly cats/dogs, pregnant pets, pets recovering from injuries and arthritic pets.
The temperature controller can change the heat setting from 30°C up to 50°C depending on just how toasty your pet would like it.
It's also totally safe for even the most mischievous of pets, made from a bendable stainless steel and cladding hose and designed to be chew-proof and pull-resistant so there's no fear of electric shocks for your pets.
The blankets - which come with two covers: a navy and chestnut brown - are being sold on Amazon for £22.99 with free delivery.
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And what's more, there's currently an offer on for 15 per cent off Pecute's Pet Calming Beds when you purchase one of the heat mats.
"Cosy and warm and the best feature I like about it is how easy it is to keep it clean. Very convenient," wrote one happy customer.
"Dog seems pleased with my purchase. Two covers is great, facilitating washing without taking the head pad out of service," raved another.
A third shared: "I bought this pad for two my cats. Large size is enough for them both together.
"It is often rainy and they come back from outside with their wet bellies so this heating pad is useful for them to dry faster. Also I had to give a bath to one of my cats and it help me to keep it warm after this.
They added: "I am very pleased about the quality of the pad as it seems thoroughly designed and has a good range of temperatures. It is waterproof so safe to use."
We guarantee your pet will love you forever with this present.
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