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    Quote Originally Posted by TonkaTruck28 View Post
    Has anyone tried the HyperKewl cooling vest? Or any cooling vest?

    We have a cooling vest..bought from the same company that seeks the pad and cooling collars. Ours is made of little beads that swell when soaked in water. I put mine in fridge and we used it suing a power outage in the summer..lt stayed cool..not cold about 6 hours. It's the same technology the military uses in soldiers vests etc.
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    I know it's a run out/overstock type of store. But I saw cooling pads for sale recently at Tuesday Morning here in Wisconsin. I'm thinking it was under $30.00. So if you have a Tuesday Morning in your area it might be a good place to look for getting one at a bargain price.

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    This sounds awesome!! I am extremely paranoid with regards to overheating so this is right up my alley! Thank you so much for the info.

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    I purchased my cooling mat from the Green Pet Shop http://thegreenpetshop.com and it is amazing! I am considering buying a second one. I purchased a large for Winston and he is 63 pounds.

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    Harlea has the GPS one and she loves it. We will probably get another one to take with us when we travel as the kitties like to lay on it too.

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    I got one for Bacon, put it on the floor for him to check it out. He walked over, took one paw swipe and it and sliced the plastic cover right open.

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    How did I miss this? Linus needs one of these since he's the constant "hot dog" and refuses to lay on orthopedic pads since they make him too hot!

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    Just received Tanks cooling pad today(too bad it got here a week too late, since we had a big heat wave here in NYC last week)
    He is still getting used to it sniffs it here and there, lays only his chin on it. I noticed when he steps on it, he would pause for 5 min then move. Lol. Thanks for the info. Love this forum


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    Quote Originally Posted by JeannieCO View Post
    David they work great. I was hesitant at first too but they're wonderful. So worth the $$. During the summertime Wilson only sleeps on it at night.
    Jeannie I know it has been a while but are you still a fan of the cooling mats? Still holding up? Ralphie

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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphieBoy View Post
    Jeannie I know it has been a while but are you still a fan of the cooling mats? Still holding up? Ralphie
    Yes I am and I need to get Wilson another one for this year. He'll lay on it all year round too. The only down side is they don't seem to last more than 1.5 years. They get hard eventually. Wilson will still lay on it though. I like the brand I've been buy though so I'll continue to stick with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphieBoy View Post
    Jeannie I know it has been a while but are you still a fan of the cooling mats? Still holding up? Ralphie
    Wanted to say, I just ordered Wilson an XL (that's the size I usually get for him so he can fully stretch out). Amazon has the best prices on them now.

    Amazon.com : The Green Pet Shop Self Cooling Pet Pad, Extra Large : Pet Bed Mats : Pet Supplies
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeannieCO View Post
    Wanted to say, I just ordered Wilson an XL (that's the size I usually get for him so he can fully stretch out). Amazon has the best prices on them now.

    Amazon.com : The Green Pet Shop Self Cooling Pet Pad, Extra Large : Pet Bed Mats : Pet Supplies
    How big is the xl? I think I'm gonna get Ty one now that summers coming.... I ordered him an orthopedic bed for the winter, I got the XL, when it came in I nearly fell over, its big enough for a child. LOL it takes up the entire corner of our bedroom, LOL

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