ALDI has new dog toys for sale which can be frozen – meaning your pooches will be kept cool easily while playing.

The toys, which come in either a ball, bone or shark shape, can be filled with water and placed in a freezer overnight to make them cold.

You can then give it to your pooch to chew on for hours while keeping them cool in the warmer temperatures.

For those who don’t want to wait for the toys to be frozen, you can also just place them in cold water for a short while.

The ball measures at 7.7cm, the bone is 18cm x 9cm x 4cm and the shark is 13.5cm x 7.4cm x 3.8cm.

Each one is also just £2.49 each and they can be reused easily, just make sure you clean them out in between uses.

The toys are so popular they have already sold out online – but you can still get them in stores.

To find your nearest Aldi, use its store locator tool.

Shoppers have said the tools are also perfect for dog owners who have puppies.

One posted on Facebook: “The cooling toys double up as teething aids for those of you with young puppies – bargain!”

Wilko also is selling the toys but they cost £3, meaning you save 51p by shopping at Aldi.

Wilko still has the toys for sale online though, so if you can’t get out to the shops, that’s your best bet.

The price doesn't include delivery though, which starts from £5 for standard delivery.

Aldi's not the only shop which is selling cooling products for animals.

B&M has cooling mats on offer for cats and dogs – and they cost just £5.

They come in a variety of colours and shapes, which are all fruit themed, so you can choose the best option for your pup.

Lidl meanwhile has a £20 sun bed for dogs.

It promises to protect furry friends from rays of up to UV 50 and also ventilates your dog.

And Pets at Home has a new range to keep pooches cool – including a doggy paddling pool.

Aldi has several offers available to its shoppers.

Its outdoor play range for kids include Frozen water guns and giant connect 4 game.

The supermarket also is selling a stainless steel pizza oven – but it will set you back £500.

And recently it slashed the price of its essentials food box from £25 to £20.

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