Aspen Pet self-warming beds utilize the same technologies used in items like space blankets to create a safe, convenient way for pets to stay comfortable in cold climates. Warm and cozy fabrics include faux lambs wool plush with contrasting corduroy.
This clever bed uses a special interior layer to reflect your pet’s own body heat.
Lightweight for easy transportation.
Made from polyester construction with a no-slip bottom.
Same technology as space blankets but without the cords!
No electricity required.
Not intended for use by children. Pets can chew items unexpectedly. Remove bed immediately if torn or damaged. Seek veterinary attention if any material is ingested.
Our 21 yr old cat recently had a stroke and we needed to keep her feeling warm and safe. This bed was perfect and she absolutely loves it!! She's now able to get around on her own and continues to use HER bed. She gets really upset when our boston terrier tries to sleep in it. We've washed it several times and there hasn't been any problems. When our cat spilled smelly tuna through the bed, we washed it in warm water and then put it in our dryer, with no problem whatsoever.
on Feb 27, 2020
I bought these for when I'm camping in cold places with my dogs so they'd have some insulation and they LOVE them. They have ended up using them at home too. One actually stuffed hers in her crate and climbed in on top of it and my very old dog sleeps on hers every day (she gets cold easy).
The cover isn't removable but I just throw the whole thing in the wash and dry on low heat. Comes out looking like new.
Note: do not buy this for a dog that likes to shred stuff. It's not designed for that
Cute Pet Bed
on Mar 11, 2020
My cat isnt really fond of it. Longest he has been in it is just to walk across it to get where he is going and my dogs are too big to fit. Beautiful design, made very well and I'm sure other people would have great success with it! My boy is just too spoiled with the couch and our bed to use it.
My cat loves it!
on Mar 7, 2020
I bought this figuring my cat wouldn't use it, but wanted to try it anyway. My cats typically don't use stuff that I buy (like many cats) but my male tabby loves this bed. I catch him napping in it several times a day. I'm shocked, yet very glad he enjoys it so much!
Kitty loves it
on Feb 1, 2020
I bought this for my outdoor cat's shelter but it was too big. My indoor kitty hopped into it almost immediately and she loves it. I felt underneath her and it really does feel warmer than a normal bed but not by a lot. Its a little big for my 10 lb cat. This size might be better for a small to medium sized dog. I'm thinking about buying the little round 19in for her soon
really wanted this to work
on Feb 25, 2020Top 250 Contributor
I bought this bed for my cat and thought she would love it based on all the reviews but it was the exact opposite reaction, she actually hates it! She won't even try to sit in it and gets upset if I put it near where she lays. She really doesn't like this bed and I can't figure out why.
Mine, Mine, Mine
on Feb 1, 2020
My male cat, Noodles, has never liked any manufactured pet bed. Nope, not that one has been his mantra. I set this bed by the sofa and he was in it in a flash, and like a dog he turned around in circles before setting down. He's in it all the time and, although he will occasionally share it with one of the girls, no one is allowed to sleep there unless he's in there too.
Smaller than Underwood
on Feb 12, 2020
Make sure you read the fine print outlining the "interior " measurements. It is much smaller, especially as the sides sorta fold inward. Very soft and looks nice but the inside fabric is also very thin. If you have a dog that burrows...nails may tear the fabric pretty easy. Just buy one size larger.
cat loves this bed
on Feb 2, 2020
I originally bought this for my chihuahua who is always cold but it quickly became the cat’s bed (even though he has never used any other bed I’ve bought him, in typical cat fashion). We put it in front of the window and he likes to curl up in the sun, next to radiator, and spends his whole day there.
I guess they're fine, but my cats are picky. What's a mother to do?
on Jan 12, 2020
I bought these because two of my cats live in the sunroom which, despite its name, gets cold in winter (it's enclosed, no wind or rain, but not well insulated). They'd been sleeping in "nests" I made of coiled-up blankets. I thought I was doing them a favor by getting them actual cat beds.
I put their new self-warming beds down and they hopped in, and then they looked at me like, "Is that all there is?"
Now and then I catch them sleeping in them, but they prefer their old nests.