Morrisons has revealed that it is now selling ice pops for dogs to help keep them cool during the summer months.

The news comes as Aldi announced last week that it will be selling ice cream for dogs in two flavours.

Woof & Brew Ice Pops are made with natural, herbal ingredients and they’ve been developed in partnership with vets to make sure they are suitable for dogs to eat.

A pack of six costs £5 making them less than £1 each at Morrisons while they usually retail at £6 on Amazon and specialist pet retailers so you can save yourself some 20% by adding them to your weekly food shop.

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Jaymie Broughton, Morrisons Pet Care & Treats Buyer, said: “With the summer predicted to be a hot one, we want to help customers look after their pets and ensure that no-one misses out on having fun in the sun.

"These Woof & Brew Paw Pops are perfect for cooling down dogs in the heat and are the cheapest price on the high street.”

The Northern Echo: A dog licking its lips after trying the Woof & Brew Ice Pops (Morrisons)A dog licking its lips after trying the Woof & Brew Ice Pops (Morrisons)

Customers can benefit from the supermarket’s ‘when it’s gone, it’s gone’ offers on toys, accessories and pet bedding as part of its Pet Event which started this week and ends on Sunday, July 10.


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Here’s a list of some of the highlights from the Pet Event at Morrisons.

  • Lily’s Kitchen 1KG Dog Food – Was £7.50, now £5
  • Harrington’s 5Kg Adult Dog Food, reduced to £8 from £9.90 – save 19% 
  • Dreamies Cat Treats 60g, reduced to 89p from £1 
  • Naturo Grain Free Chicken & Potato with Vegetables Adult Dog 2kg, 2 for £10 usually costs £8.25 each 
  • Pedigree Treats, 89p reduced from £1.65 

For more information about the supermarket’s Pet Event, you can visit the Morrisons website.

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