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As part of the budget supermarket's Big Pet Event, a load of new products will be released on Thursday 20 August.
The pet stairs will only set you back £12.99 - a small price to pay to make it easier for your pet to chill with you in front of the telly.
Whether your beloved ball of fur is getting on a bit and has lost some of its mobility, or is still a baby, the grey and black steps will make things easier if it can't quite manage the jump.
And that's not all. If, like me, you can't help but spend loads of money on your pet, there are a few great value items that will hit the shelves.
One of those is an automatic ball thrower.
If you get sick of playing 'catch' after the first few throws, but your dog inevitably thinks it's the most fun activity on the planet, you're in luck - this device does it all for you.
At £29.99 (online only), you can't argue with value for money, and it will help tire out your pet and burn off some of that seemingly endless energy.
Aldi is also selling a mini dog paddling pool - perfect for helping them to cool off through the summer. That handy little treat comes in at £22.99.
You can see the full range on the Aldi website.
Luckily, you don't have to worry about it being a complete let-down - unlike two-yer-old newfoundland Darcy.
The poor pooch found out the hard way that if something seems to good to be true, it probably is, when her owner bought her a pet paddling pool, only to find it was the size of a water bowl.
Darcy is a big fan of playing in water, so much so that her owner Chelsea Sparks decided to present the dog with her own paddling pool to cool off in during the summer.
But much to Darcy's visible disappointment, it turned out to be too small for even a tiny dog to play in, let alone a massive Newfie.
Chelsea, who is a lawyer, said: "Darcy absolutely loves water. Every time we take her to the dog park she gets straight in. So when the weather picked up my stepdad ordered her a pool online.
"He described the pool as a 'bargain' and said we may have to wait a little longer than usual as it was coming from China.
"When it was delivered we didn't know what it was as it was folded up so small. When we realised it was the dog pool we thought it was hysterical. We then put the pool next to Darcy and took a photo."
All's well that ends well though, they bought Darcy a replacement that she could actually use.
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