Queen Elizabeth II markets a perfume, only intended for dogs



Queen Elizabeth II has a great passion for the canine breed. To mark her 70 years of reign, she decided to market a perfume intended for them.

Queen Elizabeth II has just launched Happy Hounds cologne for dogs. It’s a dog cologne – one of the products you can buy at Sandringham Estate, the Queen’s second home. Next to the Queen’s plates and Union Jack keychains, you’ll find this luxury scent designed for your pooch. As a dog lover, it only makes sense that Queen Elizabeth would create a product for your fur babies.

This cologne evokes the smell of a walk by the sea. “It is a rich and musky fragrance with citrus notes, bergamot in particular”, says perfumer Norfolk Natural Living, who created it. He specified that she was “unisex and could therefore be used on males or females, for long-lasting wear”. For optimal use, the manufacturer recommends spraying the product on a freshly washed and dried dog.

The 200 milliliter bottle is available now for 9.99 pounds (about 12 euros) in the official gift shop at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, owned by the Queen. Note that the Sandringham Royal Estate label also sells a set including a dog shampoo, an embroidered tweed bone-shaped toy and game treats. No wonder for this animal fan, who has owned nearly 30 corgis in her lifetime.

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