Wednesday, April 15, 2009

How to keep your pet Warm

The arrival of winter brings many small tasks into consideration, tasks that involve warming up ourselves and our pets, and staying disease free!
There are many ways to do this, one common one is the incorporation of heaters into our living spaces. But, with the amount of energy these machines consume, we are forced to think up alternatives, so we cover ourselves and our pets in extra blankets, we close all the windows and doors to keep heat in and we all congregate in one room, laying close and feeding off body heat.

There is a new product on the line that seems to offer an alternative to these methods though, and that is a infrared light that hooks into the ceiling, offering your pets a wonderful cosy red spotlight that only heats their bodies, and not the room. The infrared light is also known for its healing properties, as it reduces pain and inflammation. For more info consult the April issue of Animal Talk.