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Aldi's sell-out Doggy Ice Cream is back in stores tomorrow

Callum Jones

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Aldi's sell-out Doggy Ice Cream is back in stores tomorrow

Featured Image Credit: ISABEL INFANTES/AFP via Getty Images / Aldi

Back by extremely popular demand, Aldi's sell-out Doggy Ice Cream is back in UK stores from tomorrow (8 August).

Yep, you heard that right - tomorrow!

With seemingly hotter weather hitting the UK later this week (I know, finally), many of us will be enjoying a cold treat to cool down.

Luckily, these days cold treats are not just limited to us humans, now some of our furry friends can also join in on the fun.

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Dogs are certainly not left out of the fun this summer. Credit: Aldi
Dogs are certainly not left out of the fun this summer. Credit: Aldi

Last year, budget supermarket Aldi released Doggy Ice Cream - though it almost instantly sold out across the country.

The popular treat sold out in record time with nearly 30 tubs every minute, meaning the fridges emptied pretty quickly last June.

Many dog owners wondered if the treat would return this year, and now the supermarket chain has confirmed Doggy Ice Cream is in fact coming back.

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Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi UK, said: “Last year we became the first UK supermarket to launch a dog-friendly ice cream, and it was a huge hit with pet owners.

"We’re delighted to bring back a product that is both nutritious and cooling for dogs, just as the sunshine returns!”

The sweet treats are back in store from tomorrow. Credit: Aldi
The sweet treats are back in store from tomorrow. Credit: Aldi
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Doggy Ice Cream will be available in two different flavours - Pea & Vanilla and Carrot & Apple - with a pack of four costing £2.99.

The supermarket says the ice cream is 100 percent plant-based while boasting 'real fruit and vegetables to offer a nutritious snack whilst keeping pets cool during the warm weather'.

Topics: Aldi, Dog, Animals, Food and Drink

Callum Jones
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