Dog House Heaters
If you live in a cold climate, keeping your dog house warm is critical for not only for your pet's safety but for comfort as well. A dog house heater is the most effective way to ensure your dog's shelter stays warm enough to keep him safe no matter how low the temperature drops.
Some dogs just love to be outside, others can't be trusted indoors when you aren't around. If your dog spends any significant amount of time outdoors in cold weather you need to provide a dog house shelter for your dog. In more mild climate zones a simple shelter is all that's needed, but if you live in a northern climate where the temperature drops and you have ice and snow, you probably need more than just four walls to keep your dog safe.
A dog house heater is a simple and cost effective way to ensure your dog's well-being. Dog house heaters run off a simple wall outlet power source. Dog heaters are regulated by a thermostat control just like your indoor heating system. The thermostat can be set to keep the temperature inside the house anywhere between 60-80 degrees.
Installing a dog house heater is easy. Simply run an extension cord from the nearest power outlet to your dog house. Mount the dog house heater in an appropriate spot inside your dog house, plug it in, and set the thermostat. We recommend installing a pet door in the opening of your dog house when using a dog house heater to keep the warm air inside the house. Don't forget to ensure some ventilation too!
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