Is Queen Elizabeth Seriously Selling Cologne For Dogs?

It is no secret that the queen is a dog lover, but has she really come up with a special scent for these animals?

Over the years, Queen Elizabeth II has had over 30 corgis, her favorite breed, and it all began with her family's pet, Dookie, in 1933. A little over a decade later, the queen's father gave her a corgi named Susan, which led to 14 generations of these canines!

These furry friends always had their own room and had their meals prepared by a personal chef, but sadly, the line has come to an end; the last royal corgi, Willow, died in April 2018, and after its birth, Queen Elizabeth stopped breeding the pups, as she didn't want to leave any dogs behind when she died. Still, she was given a dorgi, a mix of a dachshund and a corgi, after Prince Philip died, and she received another corgi on her birthday last year, as reported by Reader's Digest.

The scent is a unisex one that will remind dogs and their owners of walks on the beach

And now, Queen Elizabeth II is offering up a unisex dog cologne.

According to The Sun, it is called Happy Hounds Dog Cologne, and its scent is that of "coastal walks." It is an official product of the Sandringham Estate, and it can be purchased at the gift shop of the queen's country house in Norfolk, England, for £9.99.

Norfolk Natural Living, the brand that made the cologne, stated, "Coastal walks is a rich, musky scent with citrus notes of bergamot. It's unisex, so can be used on male and female dogs, and it's really long-lasting."

Currently, the online shop features items like an exclusive London dry gin, a tea and biscuit gift set, limited edition teddy bears, and The Sandringham Happy Hound Gift Box, which comes with a dog bone toy, dog treats made from the estate's venison, and dog shampoo that is made in Norfolk, as well.