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K&H Self-Warming Lounge Sleeper Pet Bed

Original price $55.99
Current price $39.98
Color: Sage/Tan
  • Self-warming material returns body heat to your pet
  • Bottom made of non-slip material
  • No electricity needed
  • Fill material made from recycled bottles
  • Machine washable, simple care
  • Self-warming pet bed measures 16" x 20"
  • 1-year limited warranty


Using our special multi-layer self-warming material, the K&H Self-Warming Lounge Sleeper will keep any indoor pet warm and cozy. Metalized insulation inside the bed's pillow reflects a dog's or cat's own body heat.

Any pet will love this bed for its comfort as well. The outside is made of a poly/cotton blend while the sleeping area is covered in a soft microfleece. The bed's pillow contains a soft, extremely comfortable polyfil made from recycled bottles. Its sidewalls provide a cushioned feel that's perfect for dogs or cats that like to snuggle.

The Self-Warming Lounge Sleeper comes in several size and color options. Larger sizes with the checkered pattern also include a removable liner that makes washing easy.

Care & Instructions

Washing Instructions

Wash entire bed in the washing machine, cold water, gentle cycle.  Line dry or dry in dryer on no-heat cycle.

Product Q&A

What is your self-warming material composed of?

The self-warming material is actually metalized plastic, similar to that in which you’ll find in space blankets. This metallic property basically allows the pet’s body heat to reflect back to your pet.

Could a self-warming product be used outside?

While our self-warming products are great for the indoors, they are not designed to return enough body heat for the cold outdoor temperatures of winter. Rather, they are designed to elevate the temperature of a pet bed that is already around room temperature.

For outdoor pets, we recommend using the Lectro-Soft Outdoor Heated Bed, Lectro-Kennel, or Extreme Weather Kitty Pad. These are made for the outdoors and will provide enough heat for an outdoor setting during the cold winter months.