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Argus Electric Large Pet Heat Pad

$119.99

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SKU
I131362
Pet
Cat
Care instructions
To clean use a damp cloth to wipe soiled area. Do not immerse int water. Do not dry clean or wash.
Bed Type
Heat Pad
Description

Gentle heating for your pet that feels the cold, especially ideal for elderly, unwell or new born pets.

With heavy duty plastic to protect your pet, it easily Wipes clean with a damp cloth.

Heat output: 8 watts, 230V. 

Note: When plugged in, the pet pad won't immediately feel warm and will not feel warm while exposed to air.

Dimensions: 53cm x 33cm

NOTE:

  • The current IP rating of the Argus pet pad is IPX1 – Dripping water (Vertically falling drops) shall have no harmful effects.
  • Argus Heating recommends that the Pet Pad is not used outside of this rating.

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