Osborne Pet Supply Launches New Website

Osborne Pet Supply invites visitors to explore their new website. The new site has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with easy to use navigation and improved functionality throughout, allowing easy access to detailed product and industry information. Osborne Pet Supply, a division of Osborne Industries, Inc., located in Osborne, Kansas, is excited… Read more »

The Benefits of a Temperature Controlled Heating Pad

At Osborne Pet Supply, we are often asked if our Stanfield Heat Pads have an internal thermostat. Our animal heating pads don’t, but here’s why. Our heating pads are a temperature controlled product designed to provide a constant amount of heat throughout. A temperature controlled heating pad is a more reliable, safe, and economical solution… Read more »

Keep Pets Warm with Animal Heating Pads

As the snow melts and temperatures begin to rise, love is in the air for our furry friends. Spring is the time when cats, dogs, and other pets conceive and birth their young, and it’s crucial for them to be comfortable, safe, and warm during this time. Preparing your home for the arrival of baby… Read more »

Keep Animals Warm with Heated Pads Outdoors or In

Spring Has Sprung! Spring promises brighter sunshine, warmer weather, and most importantly, new baby animals! Although Spring days might be sunny, temperatures can still drop pretty low in the evening, making it extra important to keep both adult and baby animals warm. Osborne pet heating pads make it simple to keep your animals warm. Whether… Read more »

Osborne Acquires International Electrical Safety Certifications for the Stanfield Heating Pad

April 8, 2015 – Osborne, Kansas – Osborne Industries, Inc., a leading manufacturer and distributor of pet products, has been awarded international electrical safety certifications on the Stanfield® Heat Pad, the company’s electric heating pad for pets, tortoises, and other animals. In the CB Report, CA/16933/CSA, issued November 11, 2014, the Osborne Stanfield Heating Pad… Read more »

Osborne Industries Presents at Export Promotion Meeting

March 17, 2015 – George Eakin, President and CEO of Osborne Industries, Inc., presented a seminar to the attendees of the Northwest Kansas Regional Export Promotion Meeting on the campus of Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan., on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Eakin presented on Osborne Industries’ experience in exporting its livestock equipment products… Read more »

Keep Your Pet Warm This Winter With Osborne’s Canine Canteen and Stanfield Heat Pad

When temperatures start dropping, what does that mean for your pet? Osborne Pet Supply has you covered with products that can keep your pet’s living environment warm and safe during the coldest weather. Two of our acclaimed products, the Stanfield heating pad and our original Canine Canteen, are ideal solutions for cold weather circumstances. While… Read more »

Corbett Named Vice President of Osborne Industries, Inc.

Osborne, Kansas – January 7, 2015 – Osborne Industries, Inc., a diversified manufacturer of pig production equipment and thermoset-molded plastics, is pleased to announce that Vicki Corbett has been named Vice President, CSM. A long-time employee and Osborne resident, Corbett first began with Osborne Industries in 1978, as the receptionist, before transitioning to customer service… Read more »

Are Heating Pads Safe for Your Pet?

What surface temperature should I expect from a Stanfield Heat Pad? In a home environment that is maintained between 60 to 70°F (15 – 22°C), the surface of the heat pad is 90 to 100°F (32 – 38°C) without any temperature control. However, it is recommended to always use a temperature control. Allow about one… Read more »

The Easiest Way To Keep Baby Animals Warm This Spring Spring Has Sprung!

Spring Has Sprung! It’s Spring! The season when the the weather begins to warm, things get greener, and most importantly, baby animals are born! In many ways, spring is the perfect time for animals to have their offspring, but there is a downside. Spring has chilly nights and more rainfall than any other season, making… Read more »