Lots pf people treat their dogs like kids, which is generally disturbing to those of us that have actual kids. If you treat your pooch like a diva this pet bed is ideal for you. The bed uses a thermoelectric device to produce warm or cool air.
It is able to produce a temperature range of 60 to 102 degrees F via air distributed throughout the high-density orthopedic memory foam.
Supposedly no air is blown directly onto your pet and the fan is quiet so your dog won’t bark at it or refuse to sleep in this $250 bed. Now that I read all the specs, this dog bed is nicer than my bed. There’s something just not right about that. Via Coolest-gadgets
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