B&M have launched pet cooling mats and loungers just in time for summer

How great are these?

Discount superstore B&M is making summer better for our furry friends.

They’ve recently started selling sun loungers and pet cooling mats, making it even easier for your pets to join you outside as the weather starts getting warmer.

The pet cooling mats in particular are very nifty, and according to their website, they ‘automatically cool when your pet sits on it, helping to keep them cool and comfortable in hot weather’. It’s as easy as that.

They’re available in-store for only £4.99, and you can choose from fun orange, watermelon or kiwi designs.

pet bed

Credit: B&M

Not only are they excellent at keeping your pet cool, the website also states they can ‘help with allergies, heat stroke, skin conditions and post-surgery’.

One important thing to note about the mats though, is that the store recommends checking for any wear and tear and to stop using if damage appears.

If you really want to treat your pet, you can also buy a pricier version with extra padding for added comfort and it comes infused with citronella essential oils that are meant to act as an insect repellent and help you pet relaxed - not a bad life...

These cost £12.99 and are available with a flamingo or water print. They're roughly 85cm by 52cm and are designed to sit in a pet crate

If your pets prefer joining you in the sun, then the loungers are the perfect option. The £14.99 raised beds can be used both indoors and outdoors, and are designed to maintain your pets body temperature.

Available in grey and green, they blend in with your garden and are a great way to keep your pets off the hard ground when hanging outdoors.

It also helps them to avoid parasites and insects that might be lurking around at ground level.

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Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV, Goodto.com, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.