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Discussion in 'Small Animal Classifieds' started by grangepetcentre, Jul 2, 2009.


  1. grangepetcentre

    grangepetcentre PetForums Junior

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    Keep your pets cool this summer.

    This ingenious product is designed to keep your pets cool in the hot summer months allowing them to drape themselves over it’s snuggly shape.

    Whilst this product has been manufactured for rabbits and guinea pigs, it will also be suitable for other animals, even humans.

    The Ice Pod is 21cm in diameter.

    Normal price £12.99

    Special offer price only £9.99!

    post & Packing £3.95

    Grange Pet Centre
     

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  2. Pampered pets

    Pampered pets PetForums Senior

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    someone said they were only £4.99 in p@H il have to look as i will need 22 of them!!!!
     
  3. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    They were on offer at P@H at the weekend. But online they were out of stock.

    I just checked their website and it says they are no longer available. They do cooling tiles though.
     
  4. Marcia

    Marcia PetForums VIP

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    I don't like those ice pods. My chins chewed them up. I prefer to use cooling tiles and terrercota pots :)
     
  5. happybunny22000

    happybunny22000 PetForums Member

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    my p@h still have them
     
  6. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    I think its just online where they arent available.
     
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    Akai-Chan Banned

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    Or just mosey on down to a tile shop, buy lots of cheap white bathroom tiles and you're sorted :p That's what I've down, the rats love them :)

    Peace
    Akai-Chan
     
  8. toddy

    toddy PetForums Senior

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    Yes I just use normal floor tiles.You can buy much better sizes and they stay cool for ages especially if you have them in a fridge/freezer for a while first.
     
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