A puppy heat pad is the most common way these days, that litters are kept warm from birth.
Joint issues such as arthritis and rehabilitation from injury are an exceptionally common occurrence in pets. As the cat or dog ages, degeneration to the capsule will occur which hold the adjacent bones together caused by general wear and tear to the joint. This is the cause of the condition, arthritis – the inflammation and friction in the joint cause’s pain and discomfort to the pet which, left untreated, will continue to deteriorate and cause suffering to the pet. Arthritis is very common in larger breeds of dog – such as Labradors, German Shepherds and Great Danes and therefore it is useful to think about preventative measures earlier on in their lives before the pain and discomfort starts to set in. It is not as widely known, but cats will also suffer from arthritis as they age, particularly those who have been very active when they were younger.
It is possible to help support your pet with medication from your veterinary surgeon such as anti-inflammatories or joint support however you can help your pet with some changes in the home too! Warmth is a huge benefit to joints that are painful, therefore providing a warm bed with a constant temperature will give your pet a comfortable place to rest, improving circulation to extremities and helping maintain body temperature – an ideal solution for this is to use a pet heat pad.
Petnap supply premium pet products and can offer pet heat pads for your cat or dog. Available in three different sizes and powered by mains electricity, the Flexiguard Heat Pad for cats and dogs is designed to be left on continuously at an economical running cost.The Cosi Cover is the ideal thickness to ensure the even spread of warmth across the Flexiguard Heat Pad and maintain a temperature close to that of the body temperature of the pet.