We sure do love our pets. It can be quite amazing just how much some of us will do for our furry friends.
Take, for example, the Fauna Sauna heated spa beds for dogs or cats. These beds have high sides or back that are actually heating panels. The shape of the beds keeps the warm air centered on a resting dog who decides to take advantage of the warm and soft padded bed.
Some More Detail (The Carlyle) The Fauna Sauna heated pet beds offer a spa-like experience for your pet. Radiant heat comforts your dog and you have no need to worry about burns. The heating elements are incorporated into the sides of the dog beds and the back of the cat bed. The cushions are not heated. However, the sides of the bed are designed to keep the air from escaping, allowing your dog to stay warm without the need for a heated cushion.
At the time of this writing, Fauna Sauna offers four heated spa beds for pets. They include The Regent, The Carlyle, The Pierre,and The Fauna Sauna Pro. The first two, the Regent and Carlyle, are double sided beds while the Pierra is a bed with a single back. Read more about the Pro model below.
These beds are neither cheap nor lightweight. Each bed costs over $450 (list price), and weights around eighty (80) pounds.
Fauna Sauna Pro (Pro) The previous three models are all pet beds. The Fauna Sauna Pro, however, is a single compact unit that can accommodate larger dogs that cannot fit in the beds. Instead of being bed shaped, it looks more like a couple of large rectangular lights that are not turned on.
The Fauna Sauna Pro would be a great addition to any vet’s office for the small and larger pets that are waiting in the waiting room before a visit on a cold day. The top panel can be adjusted to almost any angle and can then be collapsed into the bottom panel for easy transportation.
Healing Benefits (The Pierre) The heat waves generated by the warming panels incorporated into the Fauna Sauna products are specially configured to provide optimal health benefits for your pet. Heat therapy is a preferred method of treating an array of ailments from arthritis to hip dysplasia to skin irritations. These products can relieve all sorts of pain without worrying about burning since the type of heat given off by the panels is radiant heat and not conductive heat.
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Kayleigh has always loved animals and has spent time volunteering at the local dog shelter. The love of her life is her four year old Rottweiler, Lizzie. She enjoys writing for YeePet.com since it combines her love of animals with one of her favor...
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