Tag: pet health

How Reptile Temperature Regulation Works

Take a look outside…what’s the weather like today? If it’s winter where you are, chances are it’s pretty cold. If it’s summer, our best bet is it’s probably warm. Either way, odds are your core body temperature is right around 98.6° F. As humans, we shiver or sweat when our bodies become too cold or… Read more »

The Do’s and Don’t’s of Kennel Ventilation Systems

Good ventilation is essential to keeping boarding kennels safe, healthy, and efficient. When a ventilation system is not working to its full potential, poor air quality is detrimental to both the animals and kennel operators. When it is working properly, a ventilation system reduces unpleasant odors while reducing the concentration of infectious airborne diseases. There… 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 »

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 »