THE weather is finally starting to warm up, and now your furry friends can really enjoy it too thanks to B&M.

The bargain retailer is selling loungers for dogs for £14.99, and they’re perfect for summer.

 Let your furry friends join you in the garden this summer with their own lounger

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Let your furry friends join you in the garden this summer with their own lounger

The raised beds are actually suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and will help your pets maintain their body temperature.

If you’re worried about parasites and insects in the garden, their fur should be protected from that too.

The beds are available in grey and green and they come in the size of 129cm x 80cm.

They’re available at B&M stores nationwide. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.

 A shopper shared pictures of her two dogs loving the sun loungers on Facebook

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A shopper shared pictures of her two dogs loving the sun loungers on Facebook
 The beds come in grey or green

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The beds come in grey or green

They were spotted by a shopper in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook, who shared pictures of her two dogs and wrote: “£15 from B&M. Friends have paid £69 for beds just like these.. and so far they seem fab.

“Deffo a bargain to keep their bones off the hard floors.”

Other users quickly joined the conversation, and the post has so far racked up more than 1,000 comments.

One user said: “Would be handy for Bonnie for comfortable sunbathing.”

While another added: “Be good for shadow in the garden.”

The B&M beds are currently the cheapest we could find of its size. For example, an outdoor pet lounger sets you back only £10.57 at ManoMano, but it’s much smaller measuring 77cm x 61cm.

Meanwhile, you’d have to fork out £17.99 at Amazon for a bed measuring almost the size as B&M’s at 114cm x 76cm.

B&M is also selling a garden fountain for DOGS – and they can use it themselves.

Here’s how to know if your pet is coping with the heat and the warnings signs to look for.

Meanwhile, be careful about walking your dog on the beach this summer as it could land you a hefty fine.

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