If you are a fan of the British Royal Family in any way, then you might be like many of us who follow their social media accounts. But for some fans of the royals, it doesn’t stop at just direct members of the royal family, we are also following social media accounts for places as well. And this includes following the Royal Parks Twitter.
For those unfamiliar with the Royal Parks and exactly why they have their own Twitter account, they explain it briefly in their bio on the social media platform. They describe themselves as, “the charity that looks after London’s eight Royal Parks.” It’s really as simple as that.
So when events take place in the parks that might have an impact on the people who utilize the parks for any reason (including dog walking), they let everyone know. And the Royal Parks are doing their part to keep dogs safe and happy ahead of a planned celebration of Queen Camilla’s birthday on July 17.
The Royal Parks tweets out a message about a planned gun salute for the queen’s birthday
In a tweet posted by the Royal Parks on July 16, they shared the news that,
"To mark Her Majesty The Queen’s 76th birthday, there will be a spectacular 41 Gun Salute by @KingsTroopRHA in The Green Park at 12 noon tomorrow, Monday 17 July.Please avoid the area at this time if you are walking a dog as the gun fire is very loud and can be startling."
We love the fact that they took the time to specifically address the people walking their dogs and letting them know that this might not be the best time to have your dog at the park.
The fact that they made sure to mention how the gunfire might startle someone’s pup is very important and something that we love to see. It definitely shows a level of caring that we appreciate and we can imagine that dog owners who might usually take their pups to The Green Park might also feel the same way.