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Post by Mercedes55 on Thu Jul 18, 2013 8:45 am

Rooney, Roxy&Pip wrote:Thanks for the advice on chill pads. I now have two, i cleared the stock in two argos stores. Cheapest i have seen is ebay £14.99 and £2.99 postage. 

I also ordered a chillow mini for my partner which is fab too. I did read that u are not suppose to empty the water out of them as u lose what ever the put in them.  Would have liked the chillow for the dogs but not at £55 for a small lol!

I think the chillow pillows are overpriced for what they are.  I had to phone the company yesterday as I got a bit confused as to how much water it should have in it.  As mine hadn't been used for a number of years most of the water had evaporated and instead of weighing 1.9kg it was only 160grams!  I was a bit worried about filling it again as it also said to throw it away if it had mould in it or had a smell to it.  Well mine has a slight smell inside, but I guess that is bound to happen after having water in it for so long.  My daughter in law bought one at the same time that I got mine and within a week had managed to puncture it, so I wouldn't buy one again and I wouldn't spend what they charge for a pet one as I really can't see how they justify their prices.

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Post by simbalove on Thu Jul 18, 2013 2:14 pm

@Liz b wrote:Got mine this morning they r good bit small for Henry lol

 think if they can just get their tum on it it will help teddy hug  Have seen big ones (different make) on ebay for about £23-26 - they come from abroad but the seller has very good positive feedback Very Happy

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Post by Liz b on Thu Jul 18, 2013 2:33 pm

He can fit Half on it so by so bad Maggie ran away with the mat and barked at it .... They don't really get it ha ha it but will do when they finally lie down on it.
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Post by Mercedes55 on Fri Jul 19, 2013 11:34 am

Here is Daisy on her chill pad which came this morning Very Happy 



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Post by simbalove on Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:14 pm

I bought another two so I can keep two in the car and two in the house Very Happy

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Post by Liz b on Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:19 pm


Pig making use of hers after running around the table with daisy
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