Perfect for providing targeted therapeutic heat where your pet needs it most. Comforting warmth is great for aging pets or pets that require additional warmth. Internal thermostats regulate the heating system to the veterinarian recommended level of 102.5F degrees. The ultra-soft RoyalMink™ and micro-suede cover is zippered and machine-washable. For indoor use only.
Cover is removable and machine-washable
Set to the veterinarian recommended temperature level of 102.5F degrees
110-volt heating insert
6-foot power cord
Indoor use only
Medium heated pad (model: SBPP14-000-000) is 14" wide x 28" long
Large heated pad (model: SBPP27) is 27" wide x 36" long
Sunbeam® Heated Pet Pads is rated
3.7 out of
Rated 5 out of
Animals love itI bought one for my dog and one for the cat. They now prefer the pads, stead of the furniture.
Date published: 2015-12-05
Rated 2 out of
sunbeam heated padI bought this about a moth ago heater works fine however the zipper comes loose very easily and everything comes out had to replace padding twice finnally bought bed pad and placed heater inside bed had a better zipper
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 5 out of
Heated pet padI love these pads. I have the small and large one. I breed Ragdoll cats and it is perfect temperature for all my babies.
Date published: 2014-06-29
Rated 1 out of
non-functionalBought one of these just before my dog was to whelp a litter of puppies in order to help keep the puppies warm. Plugged the pad in to place in "puppy holding pen" when pups were being whelped and it did not work at all. Left in plugged in for over an hour - no heat - zero. Fortunately we had a "people" heating pad to fall back on. Seemed like a good idea - regulated temperature and nice soft cover but could have been disastrous for us if we did not have a back-up.
Date published: 2016-10-29
Rated 5 out of
Sunbeam® Heated Pet PadsI would have bought this Item if there was any place to do so. No pricing on the items, no recommended places to buy. Looks exactly like the right style and size but nothing on where or how to get it. WAY TO GO SUNBEAM
Date published: 2015-06-27
Rated 4 out of
Paco Mom from
Pricey, but worth it in our case...We are transitioning, having decided to sell our city home and use the proceeds to build a larger home on acreage in the country. We're living in a trailer while we build. Our Paco, a large 85 pound mixed breed, had been accustomed to sleeping indoors at night, but there wasn't any room for him in the trailer so we put his dog bed and doghouse in the large steel garage adjacent to our trailer. When the weather began to turn colder, we had to take Paco inside the trailer at night and it was very cramped and uncomfortable for us all. Then I found one of these large size heating pads at PetSmart. Didn't love the $70 price sticker at all, considering a heating pad for humans is only $30 or so, but I bought it anyway and slipped it under his doggie bed in his doghouse in the large steel garage outside. Some nights drop to the mid 30's now, and he still snores happily and loudly away and his fur is warm to the touch outside in the shed. In the morning, he looks well rested, relaxed and chipper and we know he's gotten a good nights sleep. We're about three weeks from completing our house. Once it's done, Paco will be inside with us much of the time, but in the meantime, we can sleep comfortably at night inside knowing he, too, can sleep comfortably at night outside. This was a great find and I will always keep one around for our Paco now for use in the winter. He seems very comforted by it. CONS: I would not use this product without some kind of pad over it as it's bumpy and probably not comfortable for your pet what with the electrical wires inside, like an electric blanket only thinner. I do think it's a bit overpriced. The cord could be a bit longer also. We're using an extension cord out in the garage. If it were thick enough to use on its own, had a longer cord, and sold for about $20 less, it would get a 5 star rating from me.