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Aldi is selling pet stairs to help your dog get up on the sofa – but shoppers are divided

Budget supermarket Aldi is well known for its affordable deals on everything from homeware to gardening gear. The retailer launches new deals every week, twice a week, revealing what’s coming up in its famous middle aisles. The products can also be bought online and preordered before they launch in stores – which adds to the anticipation as shoppers rush to get the latest products for less. 

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Launching in stores today is Aldi’s big pet event, with the latest products to keep pets happy in the home and outdoors. 

The new deals have been available to pre-order online this week, but some products can only be found in stores. 

Animal lovers will no doubt be impressed with the new range, which even includes two sets of pet stairs which have already sold out online, but may be found in stores. 

The stairs are just £12.99 each and are available in two designs – and they’re much cheaper than you’ll find elsewhere. 

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Aldi pet stairs

Aldi is selling pet stairs for your dog (Image: Getty/Aldi)

Aldi pet stairs

Aldi’s pet stairs also offer storage (Image: Aldi )

Though the concept isn’t new, others retail for upwards of £20 on other websites – making the deal well worth snapping up if you think your pet needs them. 

The stairs are designed to help older pets who can’t jump so well, or furry friends with shorter legs, to get up onto the sofa, chair or bed more easily. 

The stairs are available in either a Sherpa fabric or a soft plush fabric, which are both in a modern grey shade, and are suitable for smaller dogs that are under 15kg. 

But they’re not just useful for your pet, as the stairs also feature lids that come off to reveal storage inside – so you can keep all those pet toys and bits and pieces hidden away while giving your pet a leg up when they need it. 

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Some fans have been excited about the launch after spotting the Special Buy on social media. 

“Wow these look great!!! These pet stairs are perfect for older dogs who might need a bit of help getting up to the sofa or the bed,” posted one on Twitter. 

Others simply commented “Take my money” when they saw the news – but others weren’t so impressed. 

“Pet stairs and pineapple cat igloo!!! What’s wrong with the world???” tweeted one shopper. 

The tweet refers to the rest of the range, which includes a yellow pineapple-shaped cat “igloo” bed, as well as other more luxurious pet beds and toys. 

Aldi popup play pen

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The range includes a pop-up play pen for your pet (Image: Aldi)

There’s also a pop-up playpen for pets in the range, on sale for just £22.99 in different colours. 

The pop-up pen allows you to keep your pet safe and in one area wherever you are, and features storage pockets on the side. 

Aldi is also selling a pop-up pool which will be ideal if another heatwave comes along, with a tap built in for quick drainage. 

There are also plenty of bumper packs of pet treats and snacks in the Special Buys event to keep them happy. 

Cat igloo

Aldi has also launched a pineapple cat igloo (Image: Aldi)

As well as the pet event, Aldi also has a kitchen range live this week that looks a lot like the more expensive Smeg products. 

The retro style kitchen appliances on offer include a microwave, kettle and toaster, costing under £85 for all three. 

There are also storage canisters with chic chalkboard labels as well as frying pans, cutlery and kitchen scales. 

The products are available to preorder now online, and will go in stores on Sunday. 

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