Her Majesty, who is an avid animal lover and has had pet dogs since she was a child, is selling the new dog treats in her estate shop. The biscuits, which are baked locally, are called Game Bones and come in a paper bag with the Royal crest.
The packaging says: “Complementary Dog Food & Occasional Treats for Dogs” and states they are “additive and preservative free” as well as “tasty” and a “training aid.” She has also launched a Queen Elizabeth pets range of dog accessories made from Sandringham Royal Tweed and leather.
Pooches in the parkland can look effortlessly stylish while enjoying a walk, wearing an elegant coat made in Sandringham Royal Tweed or a smart leather collar with matching lead. Dogs of all shapes and sizes can snooze on Sandringham fleece blankets or cosy up for the night on a Tweed dog bed. The 11-piece collection includes a leather key tag, a leather clip, accessory pouch, bandana, bone toy, treat pouch and collar, all ranging from £6.00 to £49.99.