Dog House Heater
A dogheater can make the difference between a sick pet and a happy comfortable pet. As with human heaters, a dog heater must be checked, serviced, and maintained regularly if it is going to be safe.
The risks of a heater are always real and should never be taken lightly. Dogs love to be warm and not cold but be sure not to over heat your dog either. Every breed has their own special needs as size and hair length etc… do have an effect on the heating needs of the individual dog.
I was watching my dog's reaction to his heatedand having a good laugh at his trepidation. It is important to let the dog get used to his dog heater. Also watch to see that your dog isn't panting or showing any other signs of overheating. Remember that when a dog sweats he loses moisture so also be aware of your dog's water intake.
You should always take care not to put anything on top of your dogheater as anything on top of it can be a fire hazard.
If you have a multi roomed dogyou have to make sure that when your dog heater is installed that there is a good warm air to all parts of the . If your dog is just one room then it is of course easier to heat and requires less expense. Also you can always get a combination heater-air conditioner-dehumidifier. This also is a way to save money in the long run on your dog heater.