Pet Pads have a universal fit for bucket or bench seats. Easily move one Pet Pad between multiple vehicles as needed.
On a side note, as I prepared to write this review, a thunderstorm was brewing in my neck of the woods. Knowing my dog isn’t fond of thunderstorms, I placed his Anxiety Wrap on him, which calms him down 90% of the time. He proceeded to sit on the Cool Pet Pad™ unprovoked. For some reason, he took calming refuge on the cooling pad and napped there for an hour as the storm blew through. Had the electricity gone out, as it has a time or two during wicked storms, I was glad Dexter would have the cooling pad if the air conditioning and fans didn’t work.
So when we learned about from The Green Pet Shop at last month’s Global Pet Expo, we were definitely interested in trying it out with Tiki and Irie. The Cool Pet Pad is, as the name suggests, a cooling mat for your dog (or cat). But here’s what makes this non-electric mat unique: you do not need to refrigerate the mat or get it wet for it to work! All you do is spread the mat out and let your dog lie down. The weight of your dog activates the non-toxic gel inside the mat and it remains cool for three or four hours.
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The pad is filled with a non-toxic gel that is activated on contact and is perfect in the car on a hot day to help keep your dog cool. The Cool Pet Pad is easy to carry and will fit in cars, creates, and beds and will wipe clean as needed. Available for small, medium and large dogs.Whether placed on apartment floors, in kennel crates, or on toasty car seats, this pad keeps pets comfortable. It’s designed to remain 5–10 degrees cooler than room temperature, giving pups a cool napping spot during warm-weather months.Pet Pads are constructed with a rip-stop nylon backing, quilted to heavy-duty denier waterproof, PVC backed woven polyester. Sandwiched in between is soft, high-loft, insulated padding. An abuse resistant 2 inch black web binding is double needle sewn around the Pet Pad.What he will be less remembered for is Leonard Nimoy’s Pet Pad, a store he opened in Canoga Park, Calif., in 1969. It apparently only stayed in business for a year or two. (The property, next door to a theater on , is currently a beauty salon.)Whether placed on apartment floors, in kennel crates, or on toasty car seats, this pad keeps pets comfortable. It’s designed to remain 5–10 degrees cooler than room temperature, giving pups a cool napping spot during warm-weather months.Many people place self heating pet pads in areas where feral cats frequent, as they allow the cats a warm place to sleep without freezing to death.