ALDI has new dog toys for sale that can be frozen, which means your doggies will easily stay cool while playing.
The toys, which come in the form of a ball, bone, or shark, can be filled with water and placed in the freezer overnight to cool them down.
You can then feed it to your dog to chew on for hours while keeping it cool in hot weather.
For those who don’t want to wait for the toys to freeze, you can also just place them in cold water for a short while.
The bullet measures 7.7cm, the bone measures 18cm x 9cm x 4cm and the shark measures 13.5cm x 7.4cm x 3.8cm.
Each also costs just Â£ 2.49 each and they can be reused easily, just be sure to clean them between uses.
The toys are so popular that they are already sold online, but you can still buy them in the store.
To find your nearest Aldi, use its store locator tool.
Buyers said the tools are also great for dog owners who have puppies.
One posted on Facebook: âThe cooling toys also double as a teething aid for those of you with young puppies – great deal!
Wilko also sells the toys, but they cost Â£ 3 which means you save 51p by shopping at Aldi.
Wilko still has the toys for sale online, so if you can’t get out to the stores, this is your best bet.
The price does not include delivery, however, which starts from Â£ 5 for standard delivery.
Aldi isn’t the only store selling pet coolers.
B&M has cooling mats for cats and dogs – and they cost just Â£ 5.
They come in a variety of colors and shapes, all of which are fruit themed, so you can choose the best option for your puppy.
Lidl meanwhile has a Â£ 20 tanning bed for dogs.
It promises to protect furry friends from up to 50 UV rays and also ventilates your dog.
And Pets at Home has a new range for keeping doggies cool, including a dog paddling pool.
Aldi offers several offers to its buyers.
Its outdoor children’s play area features frozen water guns and a giant connect 4 game.
The supermarket also sells a stainless steel pizza oven – but that will set you back Â£ 500.
And recently he slashed the price of his box of essential food from Â£ 25 to Â£ 20.