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Cooling Dog beds are a good option to consider. While a dog bed is nice and soft, it might also be too warm. This is why many people notice their dogs prefer to lie on tile or concrete floors when it's hot out. However, a cooling dog bed can offer the comfort and softness of a typical dog bed with the coolness your dog craves. Cooling dog beds often use a gel-like material or simply water to keep the bed feeling cool. These beds are especially great for senior dogs as an alternative for hard floors.
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The Pressure- Activated Green Pet Shop COOL PET PAD is weight or pressure activated. As soon as your 4 legged friend lies down the cooling effect starts. It will last up to 3-4 hours of constant use and will last for years. It will re-charge itself automatically after a brief period of non-use. The gel in the Cool Pad is non-toxic. The Cool Pad is approx. 1/4 inch thick. You may freeze it, soak it, refrigerate it to make colder, or re-charge faster but this is not necessary. The gel is also bio-degradable. The pad is made out of nylon. The pad is activated by the dog's weight. So you can get a larger bed for a smaller dog if they move around. Every area that their body comes into contact will be cooled. A small dog can activate any size pad, it's pressure-activated not weight-activated by the size of the bed.
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DIY Dog Cooling Pad Sewing Tutorial - Need to keep your dog cooled off this summer? Here is a DIY Dog Cooling Mat Tutorial that will keep your pooch cool while he's outside with the family. It's great pet bed for warm weather climates. It's easy to make and only requires basic sewing skills.Because cold air is denser than warm air, it sinks to near the floor or ground. Therefore, you may find that sleeping on the floor on a hot night is a few degrees cooler than sleeping in your bed which is higher up. Or for a more dramatic difference, if your bedroom is upstairs consider sleeping downstairs on a hot night.