Aldi is selling hooded parka coats for your pets

IF you're worried about your dog getting cold now the weather has turned you might want to consider Aldi's new parka jackets for pets.

The discounter has launched brand new coats for pets and they even come with furry hoods.

The jackets are available in three colours: grey, navy and khaki.

Each colour option comes in two sizes, large / extra large and small / medium.

The larger sizes cost £14.99 each while the smaller sizes come in at just £9.99.

Here's the full list of jackets available as well as links if you want to buy one.

  • Khaki jacket – large – £14.99 – buy now
  • Khaki jacket – small – £9.99 – buy now
  • Navy jacket – large – £14.99 – buy now
  • Navy jacket – small – £9.99 – buy now
  • Grey jacket – large – £14.99 – buy now
  • Grey jacket – small – £9.99 – buy now

The large measurements are: Back: 46-53cm, Chest: 70cm, XL: Back: 56-64cm, Chest: 80cm.

The smaller measurements are: Back: 31-36cm, Chest: 55cm, M: Back: 36-43cm, Chest: 60cm.

All the coats are made of 96% Polyester, 3% Nylonand 1% ABS.

The Sherpa lined parka style coats have a faux fur trim, pockets and brass effect details.

The closures are easy to use and made of velcro, however, the jackets are hand wash only so you can't just bung them in the washing machine after a muddy day at the park.

All the coats are online only and can be pre-ordered now with a expected dispatch date of October 8.

Standard delivery from Aldi then takes three to five working days and costs £2.95 – although it's free if you spend over £30.

Named day delivery and same day delivery costs £3.95.

Pets at Home has a range of puffa jackets for dogs, but it is slightly more expensive than the Aldi range.

We couldn't find an parka jackets similar to the Aldi collection anywhere cheaper online.

You can shop entire Aldi's pet clothing range here.

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