Aldi has launched the cutest pet house and it comes with a balcony!

An Aldi shop sign seen on August 30, 2018 in Cardiff, United Kingdom.
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This sweet pet house is sure to sell out fast...

This summer, Aldi has been stocking everything we need to make our furry friends feel more at home.

And, as part of its Pet Shop line, the budget retailer has announced the launch of the cutest Pet House with an actual balcony.

So, why not treat your pet to the ultimate snoozing hideaway? It's currently an online exclusive at just £39.99!

Pet House With Balcony
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The Pet House With Balcony is a fashionable place for your four-legged pals to call home and will make a welcome addition to any household.

The latest specialbuy piece can be set up indoors or out - the perfect hideout for keeping pets dry and comfortable throughout the year.

Since the feet are adjustable, you can raise or lower the home to allow your pooch to move around freely.

Pet House With Balcony



Keep in mind that Aldi Specialbuys tend to sell out fast, so if you're interested, pick one up quick!

And if you're interested in something slightly more conventional they also have a selection of sweet pet beds at a bargain price. The Medium Plush Pet Beds are just £10.99 and are made with ultra-soft fabric so your furry friends can get the rest they need.

Medium Plush Pet Bed
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The beds are also machine washable and come with a removable cushion for easy cleaning.

With the rainy British weather expected to warm up this bank holiday, Aldi has also added sun loungers for your four-legged buddies.

This Aldi Specialbuy is only £19.99, but you'll need to hurry because they've previously sold out fast!

The mini canopy bed is perfect for both indoor and outdoor use and will keep your pet cool during the last days of the summer heat, how adorable!

Kudzai Chibaduki
Features Writer

Kudzai Chibaduki joined Future as a trainee news writer for Good To, writing about fashion, entertainment, and beauty. She's now a freelance fashion wardrobe stylist and helps direct magazine photoshoots.