10 Best Dog House Heaters

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Top 10 Dog House Heaters

1
Akoma Hound Heater Dog ( Protector And Mounting Template)
Product Highlights:
  • thermostatically controlled heater for dog house
  • long-lasting, 300-watt heating element
  • heat shields protect your pet from getting burned
2
Climatesafe 200W Electric Dog ( Fan Settings For Pet Houses)
Product Highlights:
  • 200 watts of heating and fan power
  • simple wall mount installation - no venting required!
  • internal fan with 3 settings
3
Precision Pet By Petmate ( Dog House With Adjustable Feet, 4)
Product Highlights:
  • weather-proof construction: cabin dog house's sealed protective coating, raised floor, and slanted asphalt roof provide protection from the elements and keep the cabin comfortable and dry
  • durable and sturdy: with solid wood and stainless-steel hardware, the outdoor dog shelter is strong and sturdy for long-lasting protection
  • versatile feet: wooden dog house's adjustable feet balance on all surfaces for easy placement
4
Akoma HeatNBreeze Dog House ( Black 10" X 10" X 4.5")
Product Highlights:
  • breezer fan-30,000 hr. rated life at 18 watts
  • heating element, 50,000 hr. rated life at 150 watts (replaceable)
  • thermostat +/- 4 degrees f
5
Pet Heating Pad LargeElectric ( Cover,Overheating Protection(Square 50cm, Blue) ...)
Product Highlights:
  • heating pad for dogs and cats : the pet heating pads are suitable for senior pets, arthritic pets, new born pets, pregnant pets or animals recovering from illness or injury.provides a warm and comfortable place for your pet to sit or sleep during the cord winter.
  • easy to use : the electric heating pads have visible led indicator,which displays temperatures of heating pads accurately,thermostatically controlled to warm your pet's body. convenient for you to lower and raise the temperature. and this warm mat has 7 level adjustable temperature(25 to 55degree),in winter, the most healthy and favorite temperature for pets is 36-43℃(96.8 -109.4℉),so we recommend to set 40℃/104℉ for your pets.
  • more safety : the heated pet bed is designed in low voltage(12v) for safety, the progress of heating is slow to warm,need to take almost 10 minutes to heat up when your pets lay on it. 55℃/131℉ overheating protector to prevent the high temperature burn, heating slowly on balance, more secure to use.
6
KH Lectro Soft Heated ( Bed (19" X 24"))
Product Highlights:
  • outdoor heated dog bed with soft orthopedic foam. includes free fleece cover
  • thermostatically controlled to automatically respond to tempature changes to warm to your pet's normal body tempature
  • ideal for sheds, garages, barns, or any sheltered area your outdoor pets hang out
7
ASL Solutions Deluxe Insulated ( Palace With Floor Heater)
Product Highlights:
  • 2-4 inches of real foam (styro/eps) insulation in each and every panel
  • easy pass-through, self-closing, well fitted insulated door (not a "flap")
  • dog palace sized for medium to large dogs (lab thru small st. bernard)
8
ASL Solutions Dog Palace ( (0.75" H X 18" W X 18" D))
Product Highlights:
  • 40 watts keep your dog warm and toasty all winter
  • water resistant to be safe through all seasons
  • built-in thermostat and fuse provide a safe temperature
9
Suncast Outdoor Dog House ( To Assemble - Perfect For Backyards)
Product Highlights:
  • outdoor dog house: attractive dog house for pets up to 70 pounds is perfect for your backyard, patio, deck
  • durable: constructed of resin material with a crowned floor to keep your pet safe from all weather elements
  • easy assembly: dog house snaps together easily so your pet can enjoy their new home right away
10
KH Pet Products Original ( Outdoor Heated Pet Pad, Large)
Product Highlights:
  • outdoor dog heating pad includes free fleece cover
  • thermostatically controlled to automatically respond to tempature changes to warm to your pet's normal body tempature
  • ideal for sheds, garages, barns, or any sheltered area your outdoor pets hang out

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