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Customer Reviews for K&H Coolin' Pet Gel Pad

K&H Coolin' Pet Gel Pad

Ultimate affordable cooling pad for petsKeeps your pet cool in the heatCan be used alone or on top of any pet bed
Average Customer Rating:
4.667 / 5
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3 out of 3(100%)reviewers recommend this product.
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Customer Reviews for K&H Coolin' Pet Gel Pad
Review 1 for K&H Coolin' Pet Gel Pad
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Seems to work

PostedJuly 8, 2014
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from New Hampshire
I was skeptical, but the gel pad seems to work. Our dog, who hates the heat, will lie in her crate on hot days when the gel pad is there. It seems to draw the heat from her body, so it warms up. At that point she goes and finds another cool spot on the wood floor or kitchen linoleum, giving the pad time to cool back down. In a while, she returns to the pad. If I notice her moving, I flip the pad over so the cooler side faces up.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 2 for K&H Coolin' Pet Gel Pad
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5 / 5
5 / 5

Coolin' Gel Pad

PostedJune 23, 2014
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from Omaha
This pad is excellent - really works. My dog has a rather thick coat of hair, but loves to go outside. However, he heads for the shade or a cool spot of ground to lay down. He now goes for the gel pad. I like that it is not fabric, but a sort of vinyl, and therefore it is easy to clean off.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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Review 3 for K&H Coolin' Pet Gel Pad
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4 / 5
4 / 5

Plan ahead....

PostedJune 12, 2014
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from Menifee CA
This is my third gel pad - each from different manufacturers. My little dogs definitely like these - we live in a very hot climate in the summer, and I got the largest pad so they can move around if their little spot gets warm.
The pads work on the premise of cooling themselves so for instance if the surfaces come in contact with each other (i.e. folding the pad in half) they have the potential to actually form condensation. The last two I had formed black mold from being wet.
I strongly urge anyone buying a gel pad to hang on to the box and the receipt and "flag" your calendar just before one year from when you bought it to check the condition. It will probably be packed away during the winter months and that's when the damage typically occurs,
Each company has their own version - this one is newly available merchandise, so the company really has no history with it.
I would recommend this to a friend!
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