The Green Pet Shop Dog Cooling Pad is weight or pressure activated. As soon as your pet lies down, the cooling effect starts. It will last up to 3-4 hours per use and will last for years. It will recharge itself automatically after a brief period of non-use.
NEW! Save on Cooling Pad and Cover Bundles! Get a specially designed cooling pad cover that fits perfectly over your cooling pad at a reduced price! Small and Medium/Large Cooling Pad covers are green and Medium, Large and ExLarge covers are blue.
Add the DoggieCoolCollar for only $20 so your dog can keep cool anywhere
The Green Pet Shop Dog Cooling Pad received the KeepDoggieSafe Seal of Safety for it's high quality materials, instant cooling, green design that doesn't require water or electricity.
Choose the size of your Dog Cooling Pad based on how your dog sleeps. If your dog lays flat, choose the larger size, if your dog curls up, drop down a size. We recommend adding the cover to protect the pad. We have created value bundles to save you money on the covers
The cooling pad soothes pain, swelling, discomfort and stress. As well as soothing the following conditions: Heat Stroke, Hip Dysplasia, Cushing's Disease, Allergies ,Post Surgery, Senior Dog issues
One (1) Green Pet Shop Dog Cooling Pad
If you choose the bundle, you also get a specially designed Green Pet Shop Dog Cooling Pad Cover
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Small: Breed - Toy/Cat Dimensions -11.8 x 15.7
Medium: Breed - Dachshund 25lbs Dimensions - 15.7 x 19.7
Large: Breed - Boxer 70lbs Dimensions - 35 x 23.6
ExLarge: Breed - Great Dane 100lbs+ Dimensions - 45 x 27.5
The size of the pad reflects the actual size of the mat. A smaller dog can activate any size pad. Choose the size of the pad based on if your dog rolls around a lot or not. the goal is to keep the dog on the cooling area. On a hot day, they will quickly attract to the pad. We have heard that at first they are not sure but owners have put treats or their pillow on it to teach them that it's a great place to cool down.
To prevent your dog's nails from tearing the pad, we recommend putting a lightweight sheet or pillowcase over the pad
If the pad tears, use duct tape or a patch similar to a tire patch to fix it.
PLEASE NOTE: We will not accept returned pads with scratches or holes
Arthritis doesn't discriminate; it doesn't care if you're human or canine, the effects are the same. There may come a time when you notice he just isn't as spry as he used to be, or has trouble getting up after laying down for a while. He may seem a bit grumpy when usually he's a very happy dog. These could be signs of arthritis. As a matter of fact, arthritis affects a whopping one in five adult dogs in the U.S. and is one of the most common ailments veterinarians see.
Since your dog can't tell you he hurts, it's up to you to figure it out. He gives off non-verbal signs that he's in pain or that something isn't right. Signs of arthritis include:
If you notice any of these symptoms for more than a week or so, take your dog to the vet for a proper diagnosis and to begin a treatment plan immediately. Arthritis in dogs is treated in much the same way it is treated in humans, and the sooner you seek help, the sooner his discomfort can be alleviated.
Your vet will use a physical exam and x-rays to make a definitive diagnosis of arthritis. Once that is done, a treatment plan will be put in place to help reduce the pain and swelling associated with arthritis and slow the progress of the disease. Treatment options may include:
Arthritis is one of the oldest diseases known to man. With diet and exercise, proper weight management, and an early diagnosis with a treatment plan, dogs with arthritis can live full, happy lives.
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