You know what we don’t often think of when we think of Queen Elizabeth II? Dog perfume. But in honor of her Jubilee, we may have to start.
According to People Magazine, the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk has a gift shop that offers visitors an opportunity to purchase small gifts to commemorate the Queen and the royal family. And while there are quite a few products that have been released as part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, such as a Sparkling Wine, a Teddy Bear, Mugs, and more, there are certain products that are truly standing out from the crowd.
And for us, the thing that is truly the stand out product is the dog perfume! That’s right the dog perfume that has royal approval is our stand out product from the Sandringham Estate gift shop.
So what makes this dog perfume so special and why are a bit obsessed?
Queen Elizabeth’s estate is selling a royally approved dog perfume
On top of their already popular The Sandringham Happy Hound Gift Box (this box features a dog toy, game bones, and a pup shampoo), which is perfect for all dogs, this new dog perfume brings us a long-lasting scent that is perfect for both male and female pups.
The dog perfume is called The Happy Hounds Dog Cologne and is in a scent associated with “coastal walks.” There are notes of bergamot (which offers hints of citrus), as well as more musky tones, which seems like a nice blend for a unisex scent.
Wondering how much this perfume for your pup will cost? It is actually quite affordable at approximately $13.53. So not only can you snag a gift for yourself in honor of the Queen, but you can also spoil your pup too. Then again, making your pup smell good might just be spoiling yourself too.
What do you think of a Queen-approved perfume for dogs? Would you buy a bottle of this for your dog? We want to know.