Aldi’s Latest Special Buys Has a Heated Dog Bed to Warm Your Pooch in Winter


Aldi is doing right by both you and your precious pooch this winter with its latest range of Special Buys. Due to hit stores on Saturday, 16 May, the Pet Care collection includes a range of pet products designed to keep them warm, safe and snug.

The star of the show is undoubtedly the dog bed with heating mat. Available in khaki, black or navy, the design features high sides for ultimate pet security and comes with a reversible cushion that cools in summer and heats in winter.

At just $39.99, it’s a small price to pay to keep those shivers at bay during the colder months.

aldi heated dog bed

Another stand-out item in the range is the uber-cuddly snuggle pet bed, available in deep grey, emerald green or dusty pink to suit a range of home styles.

We wish this thing came in human sizes, because nothing looks more comfortable than cosying up inside the PV plush interior and never getting out again. Not even for walkies. Even better, this one is just $9.99 and is perfect for cats, too.

aldi pet bed

And for when you do finally manage to drag your fur baby out of bed long enough to take a walk, Aldi has them covered with a selection of cute dog coats, too.

There’s a water-resistant, guaranteed-to-be-toasty quilted dog jacket in blue, green and black (available in medium and large sizes), for just $19.99, and a more lightweight puffer jacket for smaller breeds in pink, black or khaki for only $9.99.

aldi dog jacket

Further additions to the Pet Care range include a couch protector ($24.99), dog toys ($4.99), and stainless steel bowls, leads, and reflective collars ($6.99 each).

Even better, there’s pet cleaning products, cat treats and food, and a 2kg bag of tofu cat litter ($6.99), which is both completely bizarre, and not something we knew existed.

Head into your local Aldi store on Saturday, 16 May to shop the range of pet products. As always, be quick and prepare to fight from a safe and social distance to ensure you nab what you need before stocks run out.

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